Results tagged “Morpeth Sporting Club” from Northumberland communities - Morpeth
Morpeth Sporting Club defeated promoted Percy Main in the Northumberland Minor Cup final courtesy of a single goal.
The Pin Point Recruitment Northern Alliance Division One title race went right to the wire with all three promotion candidates recording last-day victories. Gateshead Rutherford are the new champions, finishing one point ahead of runners-up Percy Main.
Because Percy Main did not slip up in their last league game, Amble United just missed the promotion cut despite signing off with a 2-1 success at relegation-threatened Northbank.
These girls are proving they're on the ball when it comes to the big game.
That's because the youngsters are the first to have signed up to play for an all-female football team in Morpeth.
Morpeth Sporting Club girls from left: Yasmin Shafiq, Lauren Eadington, Alys Mckee, Kristen Barwick, Natalie Newton, Lauren Whigham carrying Ryan Hill 10 of Morpeth
Last night they took part in their first training session with FA qualified coach Mark Ramsden. But according to Mark, more young ladies from the town are needed to play for the Morpeth Sporting Club - which does not yet have a full football team of girls.
Promotion-chasing Amble United were beaten 3-0 at home by Morpeth Sporting Club in a midweek game in the Northern Alliance Premier Division.
In third place at the moment, Amble United now look like losing out and have picked up only three points from their last four outings.
Newcastle East End netted three times at Morpeth Sporting Club, only to be narrowly beaten 4-3 by their hosts whose winning marksmen were Richard Latimer (2), Dean Nicholson and Chris Tate.
Hebburn Reyrolle extended an unbeaten run in the Northern Alliance Division One to 12 games with their 3-1 victory at Morpeth Sporting Club.
Ray Oshin, Channon North and Simon Jacobs were their scorers, with Richard Latimer grabbing Morpeth's consolation.
A weakened Chopwell Officials team did well to beat Wallington 2-1 at Scots Gap. Chopwell's squad was reduced to 11 players - including manager Alan Brown who was taken off injured after only 10 minutes.
The depleted visitors showed a lot of spirit which was rewarded with efforts by Lee Best (penalty) and veteran Kevin March. Tom McPherson came up with an 80th-minute reply for Wallington.
Gateshead Rutherford strengthened their hand at the top of the Northern Alliance Division One with a 3-1 victory at Wallington.
Unbeaten in their last five outings, Rutherford wrapped up the points with goals by Craig Horsfall, Aaron Sheriff and Kevin Hay with Wallington's reply from Peter Southern.
Meanwhile, Morpeth Sporting Club picked up maximum points, although they remain on the fringes in the battle for promotion.
In a game played on Friday night, Morpeth easily beat visitors Chopwell Officials 6-2 with their counters supplied by Graham Carter (2), Ross Symington, Chris Tate, Karl Snowden and Scott Pocklington.