Glendale League round-up
In the U12 Division, Tweedmouth secured a significant victory, eager to complete back-to-back title victories.
In a titanic encounter, goals from Rhys Dixon and Thomas Malcolm were enough to secure a 2-1 win.
Lowick’s Declan Waite scored their solitary goal.
Elsewhere in the U12s, Eyemouth continued their unbeaten streak with a 4-0 goal-fest against Wooler.
Eyemouth had been struggling to score in recent matches and Wooler were the league’s early leaders so the manner of the victory was a huge fillip for the Seasiders.
Kai Spouse, Scott Kennet and two goals from Jammie Mark were the goals that clinched the win.
Alnwick Town beat Seahouses 6-1 with double salvoes from James Chrisp and Reece Gaines and Longhorsley beat Lowick Ravens (5-0).
The U10s is not quite so clear cut as there are three teams riding high at the top of the league.
Alnwick Pythons beat the Felton Foxes 5-0 with Matthew Conway scoring two of the goals. Cameron Nichols hit a contender for goal-of-the-season.
Pythons squad: Tyler Cooke, Jake Richardson, Jack Pentleton, Eithan Balmbra, Reuben Law, Matthew Conway, Matthew Stewart, Harvey Patrick, Connor Jones, Cameron Nichols. Man-of-the-match Eithan Balmbra.
The Pythons are joined by Lowick Kestrels, who beat Wooler 6-2, and Felton Falcons, who defeated Berwick 4-2.
Felton Foxes had their biggest test of the season against Berwick, but two goals struck in the last five minutes of the game from Emrie Yasar and Matthew Dyson have the Foxes dreaming of title success.
The U14 division sees Lowick Falcons and Berwick Juniors at the top of the table.
Lowick Falcons beat Wooler 5-0 with goals from Buster Briggs and Niall Jones.
Rothbury were the happiest team in the entire league on Saturday when they secured their first positive result of the season.
Well done to Ben Saxon whose return to goalkeeper in the Rothbury side has seen this upturn in their fortunes.