Pegswood Ex-Services settle for Morpeth Sunday League draw
Lynemouth handed out a footballing lesson to Morpeth Sunday League opponents Bedlington Northumberland Arms by blasting in nine without reply.
Andrew Spratt scored four in the Division One encounter, Gary Brotherton got two, and further goals came from Andrew Johnson, Daniel Taylor and Iain Nickalls.
In a lower-scoring game, Pegswood Ex-Services and Red Row Brick Club had to settle for a point apiece with a 1-1 draw. Josh Gilmartin scored for Pegswood, with Ian Common on target for Red Row.
Linton and Woodhorn Social Club won 2-1 at home to Stobhill Social Club. Goals from Michael Freathy and Paul Keys for the home side bettered a Ross Donnelly strike for Stobhill.
In Division Two, nothing changed at the top as the promotion hopefuls all picked up three points. Blackthorn Rovers won 4-2 at Guide Post Social Club. Top scorer Craig Robinson scored another three, and Vitali Bedarakau grabbed the fourth. Andrew Thompson and Danny Swan netted for the hosts.
Bedlington Barrington Arms beat Wansbeck Riverside SC convincingly 7-2 to maintain their promotion push. David Scott and Dylan Williamson both scored twice, along with goals from Anthony Fife, Lewis Hardy and Peter Logan. Patrick Spiers scored a brace of his own for the Riverside.
Castington gained maximum points with a 2-0 win over Morpeth Chantry, courtesy of goals from Liam Williams and Dylan Russell.
Ellington did their chances of avoiding relegation a power of good with a 9-2 win at Block and Tackle. David Pease and Paul Forrest scored for the Block, but goals from Dean Short (2), Jeff Dixon (2), Steven Wade, Liam Grisdale, Richard Packard, Andy Neill and John James Eke saw Ellington home.
A hat-trick from Sean Palmer and a goal from Jonny Shepherd led East Chevington to a 4-1 win at Bedlington Station. Brian Richardson scored for the home side.
Karl Porter bagged four goals as Bomarsund Social Club defeated Ashington Hirst Industrial 7-1 in Division Three. Ross Muter, Adrian Grey and Kris Tait also registered, with Steven Burt finding the back of the net for the Industrial.
Felton also scored seven at home to Morpeth White Swan. Tony Brown led the way with four goals, Danny Lowes struck twice and Robert Brown scored as Felton won 7-0.
North End Trap enjoyed a 5-1 success at Morpeth Black Bull. Chris Green scored for the Bull, as goals from Graham Todd (2), David Harris, Philip Richardson and Adam Shanks steered the Trap to the points.
Amble Dock won 4-1 at home to Base FC Ashington. Chris Connor (2), David Wenray and David Smith did the damage for the Dock. Jamie Graham scored for Base.
Fixtures for Sunday April 19
Bill Reveley Memorial Cup Final: Bedlington Station Railway v Bomarsund Social Club.
Division One: Amble Pier 81 v Red Row Brick Club, North Seaton Elephant v Linton and Woodhorn SC, Pegswood Ex v Northumberland Arms, Stobhill SC v Booze Brothers, Traveller's Rest v Lynemouth.
Division Two: Castington v Bedlington Station, East Chevington v Block and Tackle, Ellington v Riverside SC, Guide Post SC v Barrington Arms, Morpeth Chantry v Waterford Lodge.
Division Three: Morpeth White Swan v Morpeth Black Bull, North End Trap v Felton.
Thursday April 23
Division One: Amble Pier 81 v Linton and Woodhorn SC.
Division Three: Bedlington Station Railway v Ashington Conchie, Morpeth Black Bull v Amble Dock Hotel.
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