Felton crash to 28-goal defeat

Felton v Bomersund'Felton's Tony Brown in action on Sunday
Felton v Bomersund'Felton's Tony Brown in action on Sunday

Morpeth Sunday League round-up
Division One

Only two games took place as the scheduled league game between Amble Dock Hotel and Pegswood was called off when Amble could not field a full team. As a result, Pegswood have been awarded the three points.

Wharton Arms Bedlington defeated Morpeth Chantry 7-1 away from home thanks to a Josie Bolam hat-trick and single goals from Joe Moscrop, Simon Cunningham, Phil Gowens and Chris Dobey. The Chantry reply was scored by Phil Morrison.

In the second game of the day, Bedlington Barrington Arms recorded a 5-1 away win against Ashington RAOB. David Scott scored a hat-trick and Dylan Williamson helped himself to a brace. Jamie Thompson scored Ashington’s sole goal.

Division Two

Bomarsund recorded an amazing 28-0 victory against Felton with goals from Kris Grey (16), Ross Muter (three), Mick Angus (three), John Bone (two) and solitary strikes from Andy Thompson, Liam Brown, Chris Waters and Colin Milelland.

In the division’s only other game Blackthorn Rovers overcame East Chevington 3-0 thanks to goals from Richard Stobbart, Kevin Rainbow and a dubious penalty from David Hepple.

The rest of the day’s fixtures were made up of semi-final games as the league once again tried to complete its cup obligations.

In the Dobfar Cup semi-final, Riverside Lodge defeated Alnmouth Argyle 4-1, with the goals from Chris Martin, Dan Thompson, Alan Hicken and Nathan Williamson. Alnmouth’s consolation was scored by Steven Hogg. Riverside Lodge face North End Trap in the final on May 5.

In the Lewin Cup semi-final, Amble Tavern edged out Stobswood 3-2 with a brace from Sean Taylor and a single goal from Lee Harker. The Stobswood replies were scored by Calvin Flanigan and Stefan Tweddle.

In the Challenge Cup semi-final, Red Row defeated Shakespeare Tavern 3-0 thanks to Kevin Bell (two) and an Adam Shanks penalty. Red Row now face Bedlington Barrington Arms in the final on May 19.