Glendale goes on tour

Lowick Utd Panthers U10's with their new Sponsor local Electrician Lee Mark.
Lowick Utd Panthers U10's with their new Sponsor local Electrician Lee Mark.

Tustain Motors Glendale League round-up

The Premier League called it The 39th Game, an idea mooted to take the Premiership around the world in an extra match that would see games take place in New York, Dubai, Bombay and Hong Kong.

On Saturday, the Glendale League borrowed this idea and, with games at the equally exotic locales of Alnwick, Eyemouth, Shilbottle and Wooler, the Glendale League went on tour.

First up were two U10 games at Alnwick as the Vipers took on Seahouses and the Alnwick Pythons played Rothbury Rovers.

In the first, an Alnwick clean sheet was the platform for a 3-0 win over Seahouses.

In the second, Rothbury Rovers beat Alnwick Pythons as Thorsten Robinson (two) and Gareth Rickaby scored the goals to give Rovers the win.

In the second, a clean sheet for the Vipers was the platform for an Alnwick win over Seahouses.

Next, the Glendale League moved to Shilbottle and, for the second time in three weeks, Rothbury Rangers met Shilbottle, this time in the U10 Championship Cup.

Once again, Rangers triumphed over the Colliers, with Sam Burdis scoring the goals for the Rangers. The score eventually finished 4-2 to Rothbury.

At the same time, Wooler hosted the Lowick Lions against Felton and it was the Lions who roared to victory courtesy of a hat-trick by Kyle Newton and two goals from Kitt Cawthorn.

Finally, Eyemouth hosted Lowick Pumas in the U12 competition and their home advantage proved to be just that as they beat the Pumas in a narrow 2-1 win.

Ethon Sinton scored both of Eyemouth’s goals in their victory.