Northern Football Alliance round-up (Saturday, November 15, 2014)
NEWCASTLE BUILDING SOCIETY PREMIER DIVISION
Malcolm Morien took his goal haul for the season to 27 with a four-goal blitz for leaders Blyth Town against Red House Farm.
Chris Lisle bagged a brace and Connor Andrews added the other as the South Newsham side stretched their lead at the top to a bumper 16 points.
Musgrove and Dominic Solomon fired in for Hebburn Reyrolle as they came from behind to win at Seaton Delaval, who had led thanks to a Karl Neallings-Lazzari strike.
Alex Benjamin struck twice for Killingworth Station as they beat Northbank. Paul Dunn and Louis Howe grabbed the others, with Nicky Routeledge (two) and Ricky James hitting replies.
NIKE DIVISION ONE
Second-half set-piece goals from Lee Cuthbertson (two) and Dan Hill gave in-form Birtley Saint Joseph’s a good win at Cramlington Town – their fourth on the bounce.
Johnny Moss, Luke Ferguson and Richard Smith netted in second-placed Cullercoats’ win over Newcastle Chemfica, who had Steve McLaughlin and Martin Dixon on the scoresheet, while Pete Hall (two) and Andrew Dalton fired in for Bohemians in their success against Newcastle Uni.
BAY PLASTICS DIVISION TWO
Callum Ancrum, Ryan Ferrier and Kyle Austin crashed home for Willington Quay Saints as they surprised Longbenton. Chris Sword bagged a brace for the Bulls.
BAY PLASTICS GEORGE DOBBINS LEAGUE CUP, ROUND THREE
Wallington were surprised at First Division Bedlington Terriers Reserves as goals from Ryan Cockburn and Jordan Burgess sent them crashing out. Dan Thompson pulled one back.
Lee Ludlow, Chris Rue and an own-goal from Liam Stubbs ensured a quarter-final place for holders Shankhouse at wallsend Boys Club’s expense – Nicky Whitelaw grabbing a reply.
Rutherford had Bailey Hunter dismissed but netted through Ryan Crocker, Steve Wilson and Zak Atkinson as they beat Walker Central. Chris Hamilton pulled on back in the last minute.
Ross Muter struck twice in AFC Newbiggin’s win over Seaton Burn with Brent Aisbitt and John Bone getting the others.
BLUEFIN SPORTS BILL GARDNER MEMORIAL TROPHY, ROUND ONE
Lindisfarne Custom Planet stormed back from a two-goal deficit to win a thriller at West Allotment Celtic A.
Ridi Muteba and Ben Jackson gave the hosts and early advantage but Johnny Storey, Nigel Morris, Paolo Black and Michael Hedley hit back, before Muteba added a second late on.
Shaun Young, Shaun Sager and David Gowing all hit doubles in Grainger Park’s victory at Cramlington United. Michael Rankin and Andy Davison added the others with Niall Younger (two) and Martin Kelly netting for United.
Ryan McKee (two), Chris Laidlaw, an own-goal and Joe Betts saw Percy Main through against Wideopen, who struck through Jarrod Dowd.
Ponteland United advanced by the same scoreline against High Howdon, Ethan Bewley and Gary Cook both netting twice and Paul Jones getting the other with Chris Marshall netting a consolation.
A goal in each half from Ross McAuley and Adam Bravey (pen) saw Whitburn Athletic through at Swalwell.
RESULTS (Saturday, November 15)
NEWCASTLE BUILDING SOCIETY PREMIER DIVISION: Ashington Colliers v Whitley Bay A pp, Blyth Town 7 Red House Farm 0, Killingworth Station 4 Northbank Carlisle 3, Seaton Delaval Amateurs 1 Hebburn Reyrolle 2.
NIKE DIVISION ONE: Gosforth Bohemians 3 Newcastle Uni 1, Cramlington Town 0 Birtley St Joseph’s 3, Cullercoats 3 Newcastle Chemfica Ind 2.
BAY PLASTICS DIVISION TWO: Forest Hall v Alnwick Town Reserves pp, Longbenton 2 Willington Quay Saints 3.
BAY PLASTICS GEORGE DOBBINS LEAGUE CUP, ROUND THREE: AFC Newbiggin 4 Seaton Burn 0, Shankhouse F C 3 Wallsend Boys Club 1, Gateshead Rutherford AFC 3 Walker Central 1, Bedlington Terriers Reserves 2 Wallington 1.
BLUEFIN SPORT BILL GARDNER MEMORIAL TROPHY, ROUND ONE: West Allotment Celtic A 3 Lindisfarne Custom Planet 4, Percy Main Amateurs 5 Wideopen And District 1, Cramlington United 3 Grainger Park Boys Club 8, Swalwell 0 Whitburn Athletic 2, Wooler v Hexham pp, Ponteland United 5 High Howdon Social Club 1.
CUMBERLAND FA SENIOR CUP: Workington Red House 0 Carlisle City 6.