But­ler did it as West End dump Moor out of cup

Sunday Sun - - Football -

SUN­DER­LAND West End sent Wear­side League lead­ers Cleator Moor Celtic out of the Monkwear­mouth Char­ity Cup with an im­pres­sive 3-1 win at Ford Quarry.

John But­ler hit a brace and Bryan Nor­ton got the other West End goal, with Dar­ren John­ston scor­ing for the Cum­brian out­fit.

In-form Heb­burn Town Re­serves were knocked out of the cup by an im­pres­sive dis­play from Red­car Ath­letic.

Brian Ste­wart scored twice and both Adam Pre­ston and Stu­art Brown grabbed a goal each as Ath­letic came away from South Ty­ne­side with a 4-0 win.

Silksworth Col­liery Wel­fare came out on top in a five-goal thriller against Hartle­pool FC.

Bran­don Alder­son, Jona Hodge and Dave Stevens were on tar­get for the Wear­side out­fit.

The visi­tors made a spir­ited come­back, as Mike Snow­don re­duced the deficit and Jamie Tu­mil­ity made it 3-2 with min­utes re­main­ing.

But Silksworth held on to qual­ify for round two.

For­mer Tow Law Town striker Kai He­wit­son was on form as his hat-trick helped An­n­field Plain to a 3-1 win at South Shields Re­serves.

And Wind­scale pro­duced their best per­for­mance of the sea­son as Ryan Byrne and Lewis Jolly were on the score­sheet in their 4-1 win over Cox­hoe Ath­letic.

There were also two Wear­side League fix­tures played yes­ter­day.

Boldon CA thumped six goals past strug­gling Stokesley SC, scor­ing three times in the last five min­utes in their 6-0 win.

That so­lid­i­fied their po­si­tion in the top five of the Wear­side League.

There were also six goals in the league’s other fix­ture as Philip Otele and Tony John­son both hit braces in Wolvis­ton’s 4-2 win at Dar­ling­ton Re­serves.

Rich­mond Town were in North Rid­ing Cup ac­tion and they se­cured a 3-0 home win against North­bank thanks to two goals from Wayne Gredziak and one from 16-year-old Nathan Simp­son.


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