Goalfest as three sides romp home

Sunday Sun - - Football -

THERE was a goal-fest in the North­ern Al­liance yes­ter­day af­ter­noon with three sides hit­ting dou­ble fig­ures.

Premier Di­vi­sion out­fit New­cas­tle Univer­sity led the way with a 10-0 white­wash of Sec­ond Di­vi­sion Coundon & Lee­holme in the sec­ond round of the League Cup, while both Killing­worth YPC (10-1) and New­cas­tle Chem­fica (11-1) romped to home wins in the First Di­vi­sion.

Premier Di­vi­sion lead­ers Seaton Delaval crashed to a sur­prise 4-0 re­verse away to Pon­te­land.

An­drew Carr and Reece Have­lock-Brown scored in the first, and Chris Hib­bitt and Ethan Bew­ley added two fur­ther goals after the break.

Shankhouse cap­i­talised on pro­ceed­ings else­where in win­ning 4-0 away to North Shields Ath­letic to go sec­ond, all four goals com­ing in the first half through Ben Telford 92), Jonny Ed­wards and Kevin West­phal.

Also in the top di­vi­sion Ash­ing­ton Col­liers en­joyed a 5-1 home win over Whit­ley Bay A, goals com­ing from Paul Dunn (2), Ai­dan Lynn David Brown and Gary Bayles, Rea­gan Pat­ter­son re­ply­ing.

And Percy Main de­feated Percy Main de­feated ten-man vis­i­tors FC United of New­cas­tle 2-0. Visit­ing keeper Ben Batch­e­lor saw red be­fore Sam Thomp­son and Rowan Attwood sealed the points late on.

In the First Di­vi­sion, Killing­worth YPC de­feated vis­i­tors Heb­burn Rey­rolle 10-1 to go top on goal dif­fer­ence from Felling as the goals flowed through Robert Nolan (3), Este­ban Lopez (2), Martin Roper, Con­ner Lamb, Kevin Gra­ham­slaw, Dan Steven­son and Joe Bes­ford with the vis­i­tors’ con­so­la­tion com­ing from Michael Poo­ley.

New­cas­tle Chem­fica jumped two places to third on the back of an 11-1 home win over Cram­ling­ton Town who were 4-1 down at the break, Ord scor­ing for the vis­i­tors.

Fer­gus Lynch bagged a hat­trick, while there was braces from Daniel Sher­liker, Steve McLaugh­lin and Alex McKit­t­er­ick, Jozef Mazela and Josh Grice also net­ting.

The re­main­ing First Di­vi­sion game saw a Daniel Whit­field goal seal For­est Hall’s 1-0 win away to New Ford­ley.

In the Sec­ond Di­vi­sion, Blyth Spar­tans Re­serves made it 10 wins on the bounce with a 3-0 win in the derby with Blyth FC, Jack But­ler scor­ing twice and Karl Laz­zari the other on the road, while a dou­ble from Adam Cameron saw Win­la­ton win by the same score at home to Prud­hoe YC, Dean Hall also scor­ing, and the game be­tween Spit­tal and Seghill fin­ished 3-3.

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