North Northumberland Football League round-up (Saturday, February 7)

North Northumberland Football League news and reports.
North Northumberland Football League news and reports.

DIVISION ONE

Red Row Welfare 7 Lowick United 1

Lowick’s inexperience showed as they conceded seven goals. Three down at the interval, things didn’t improve in the second half, with a Paul Woods goal their only consolation. Goalscorers for Red Row were Sean Black, three, Kevin Bell, two, and single strikes from Max Anderson and Darren Smith.

Alnmouth United 4 Rothbury 0

Alnmouth continued unbeaten in the league after their 11th win of the season. A Matty Robson goal gave them the lead at half-time with Sheldon Flanighan, Andrew Murray and Peter Murray all on target during the second half.

Highfields United 0 Wansbeck AFC 5

Highfields’ run of poor form continued as visitors Wansbeck AFC netted five times without reply during this fixture. Two goals down at half-time, the visitors then netted three more to take the points and move up into third place in the table. Goalscorers for Wansbeck were Chris Philips, Ryan Wilson, Carl Atkins, Jamie Graham and Michael Freathy.

Bamburgh Castle 4 North Sunderland 1

Danny Johnson gave Bamburgh the lead with Jack Convery equalising for the visitors before half-time. At the beginning of the second half, David Mitchell restored the Bamburgh lead, with Johnny Johnson and a second from Danny Johnson wrapping up the points for the hosts at the end of a good game of football. Full match report.

ROBSON CUP, QUARTER-FINALS

Belford 4 Craster Rovers 6

A strong first-half performance saw Craster net four times, with Belford only managing one in reply. Belford had the better of the second half, netting three times, but Craster scored two more to take the tie. Ross Moore, Ryan Lillico, Kevin Greshon and Dan Tully were the Belford marksmen, with Phil Grey and Michael Brown with two each, James Wollett and Mathew Sullivan the Craster goal-scorers.

Lynemouth Anglers United 2 Tweedmouth Harrow 6

From kick-off, Harrow went on the attack, giving Lynemouth no time to settle. Nick Storey netted from the penalty-spot for Lynemouth, but the visitors netted three times during the half. It was much of the same after half-time, with Scott Neil scoring for Lynemouth, with Harrow scoring three more before the final whistle. Goalscorers for Harrow were Andy Burgon, Kurt Yule, Craig Anderson, Jordan Richardson, Josh Dixon and Johnny Gill.

Springhill 4 Wooler Reserves 0

Springhill made progress with a comfortable win against Wooler. Two goals up at half-time, they completed the win with two further goals before the final whistle. Chris Jenkins, two, Wayne Donaghy and Michael Antcliffe were the Springhill marksmen.