Most exciting game of the season so far

Tustain Motors Glendale League round-up

This Saturday saw the most exciting Glendale game of the season so far.

Lowick Panther’s Hugh Tiser scored four goals in a thrilling 6-5 victory against Longhorsley in the U10 section of the league.

Longhorsley, starting the game with only six players, battled valiantly against the odds yet, despite goals by Ruairi Bruton (two) and Alan Roskilly (two), lost to a Lowick side in an 11-goal classic.

Hugh wasn’t the only Lowick U10 player to score four goals as Jackson Robertson also bagged four in Lowick Lions 6-1 victory over Rothbury Rangers.

William Patterson, last week’s four-goal hero, scored again for Seahouses yet finished on the losing side against Alnwick Pythons thanks to goals by Eithan Balmbra and Cameron Nichols. Pythons beat Seahouses 2-1.

Thomas Grey and Liam Nesbitt each notched a brace for Wooler as their team defeated Lowick Wildcats 6-1.

At the top of the U10 table it was ‘as you were’ with Berwick Juniors, Alnwick Vipers and Rothbury Rovers maintaining their 100 per cent league record.

Berwick beat Felton 5-0, a score repeated by Alnwick Vipers against Shilbottle.

Five was also the number of goals Rothbury Rovers scored against Lowick Tigers, Fraser Rutherford scoring a hat-trick for the Coquetdale side.

The U12 section again saw results that underlined the competitive nature of the division.

Eyemouth defeated Lowick Pumas 1-0 with Jammie Mark scoring the single goal.

The Leopards were another Lowick side that suffered defeat against Longhorsley. The Leopards went ahead but could not stem a Longhorsley come-back that was capped by super sub Alex Senior scoring the winning goal.

However, the Lowick Eagles swooped to snatch victory over Wooler. Goals by Dion Trafford, Dylan Newton and Edward Jones meant that the Eagles extended their unbeaten run to three games.

It was Dylan Newton’s goal that last week halted the hitherto magisterial progress of Tweedmouth Amateurs, and the Amateurs got back to winning ways by defeating Seahouses 5-0. Incredibly all five of the Tweedmouth goals were scored by a different individual.

Rhys Dixon, Jamie Heath, Thomas Malcolm, Will Short and Brian Tait all appeared on the score sheet for the Amateurs.

The U14 division saw Rothbury return to winning ways.

Rothbury, defeated by Alnmouth last week, bounced back with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Seahouses.

Nathan Coundon scored Rothbury’s only goal right on the stroke of half-time in a game where Rothbury enjoyed a lot of possession but were frustrated by a Seahouses goalkeeper in excellent form.

The only other game in the U14 section saw Lowick Rangers defeat Berwick Juniors 6-1.

William Warcup won Lowick’s man-of-the-match award for his decisive two-goal blast.