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STOKER HAT-TRICK SINKS WEST RAINTON IN DI­VI­SION ONE DERBY FOR FIFTH WIN OUT OF FIVE

Sunderland Echo - - Football -

Burnside WMC made it five wins out of five in Di­vi­sion One thanks to an im­pres­sive 4-1 derby suc­cess at pre­vi­ously un­beaten West Rainton.

Ta­ble-top­pers Burnside opened the scor­ing through man of the match Max Stoker, who swiftly scored his sec­ond to put the vis­i­tors 2-0 up in 10 min­utes.

Stoker com­pleted his hat-trick in the sec­ond half, and Cal­lum Munro added a fourth. Rainton put up a good fight and Graeme Brenk­ley hit their reply. Jamie Bowes starred for Rainton.

Hilda Park broke the dead­lock on 45 min­utes on their way to a 3-0 win at Sacriston WMC.

Adam Camp­bell Bell slid home the opener af­ter Jamie Gor­don and Luke Roberts linked well. Chris Wat­son dou­bled the lead, un­selfishly played in by Camp­bell Bell, who slid home the killer third on 75 min­utes.

Framwell­gate Moor WMC won 3-1 at New Bran­cepeth WMC, with two goals from Steven Kitch­ing putting them in con­trol by half-time.

Chris Welch kept Bran­cepeth in the game, but star man James Smith fin­ished nicely for the clinch­ing third Fram goal. Keeper Jon Ord was the hosts’ top per­former.

Durham County were con­vinc­ing 3-0 win­ners at home to Cox­hoe Red Lion.

Star man Bradley Hird and two-goal Jack Carr did the dam­age. Ian Brabon shone for Lion.

Het­ton So­cial Club ran out 6-1 win­ners against Wit­ton Gilbert WMC in the only Third Di­vi­sion game.

A good de­fen­sive per­for­mance kept Wit­ton in the game at 2-0 at half-time.

A su­perb,solo goal from Scott Bradley re­duced the deficit, but a quick break­away got Het­ton two ahead again and three late goals con­firmed their suc­cess.

Star man Matthew Kane, Gary Medd, Bran­don Fin­ni­gan, Daniel Scott, Robert Fen­nick and Robert Mayo net­ted for Het­ton. Joel Lay­ton shone for Wit­ton.

De­pleted Sher­burn Vil­lage pro­duced a spir­ited fight­back from two goals down to earn a Pre­mier Di­vi­sion point at home to Houghton Town.

Joe Simp­son and Jamie Tay­lor net­ted for Sher­burn in the 2-2 draw, with Jamie Ab­bott star­ring.

Wash­ing­ton Cross Keys en­dured a dis­ap­point­ing per­for­mance as Sacriston Cricket Club de­servedly picked up a 2-0 away win. Keeper Ian Brown stood out for Keys.

Sedge­field St Ed­mund’s and Bran­don Sports Club had a pul­sat­ing 2-2 draw.

Bran­don struck first, but Glenn Don­ald­son lev­elled. Saints’ Cal­lum Smith failed from the penalty spot, but Kevin Hodg­son con­verted a sec­ond spot-kick.

Su­perb goal­keep­ing from An­thony Sowerby kept Bran­don in the game and they lev­elled five min­utes from time.

Michael Fort and Lee Blades net­ted for Bran­don.

Ous­ton Cherry Tree made it three wins out of three with a 4-0 home vic­tory against Fer­ry­hill Celtic.

Ryan Drum­mond’s first­time vol­ley through a crowd of play­ers made a sev­en­th­minute break­through and two goals in two min­utes just be­fore half-time sealed the deal.

Micky Ross and Matty Simp­son set up An­drew Clark­son for 2-0, then cen­tre-half Tom Gray rose to head in Ross’s cor­ner.

Celtic ral­lied to hit the post twice, af­ter Clark­son had a penalty saved but Kris Carr, but Clark­son added a fourth goal from Drum­mond’s fine cross.

Lambton Lions rev­elled in an epic Stepy’s Coaches President’s Tro­phy vic­tory, edg­ing home 7-6 at Bishop Mid­dle­ham in a goal-fest.

Dou­bles from Jack Young, star man Ross Mitchin­son and Ben Good­win sparked Lions, with Kieran Dixon also net­ting. John Cook fired a tre­ble for Bishop, backed by Jon Smith, Alex Mit­ton and David Red­fern.

White­hills pro­gressed 4-3 on penal­ties af­ter a bat­tling 3-3 draw at Sedge­field SC.

Ben Smith, David Neal and man of the match keeper Lee Peat, with a last-gasp lev­eller from a cor­ner, bagged the hosts’ goals, with Travis Turner, An­drew Lowes and James Ward re­spond­ing. Jon Brown shone for White­hill, while Steven Bouroumand saved a penalty in nor­mal time and in the shoot-out.

Lee Wright net­ted for in­jury-rav­aged Houghton Chilton Lodge in a 3-1 home loss to New­ton Ay­cliffe Navy Club, with Stephen Hall star­ring.

Het­ton New Inn fought hard with the bare 11 play­ers but they crashed out 5-0 at Fer­ry­hill Com­mu­nity Hub, with Jor­dan Knox their top per­former.

Ushaw Moor Cricket Club won 5-2 at Ch­ester Park Inn, but the tie was close through­out.

Park net­ted first from 20 yards af­ter a scuffed clear­ance by makeshift keeper Gra­ham White, but they were rocked by Kyle Brown’s red card.

The hosts, nev­er­the­less, went 2-0 up from range, but Ushaw made the ex­tra man count and turned it around with goals from James Richard­son, Michael Ab­son, Scott Nat­trass, Paul Tay­lor and Chris Hig­gins.

Con­ner Bell and An­drew Turpin hit Park’s goals, with Garry Stephen­son star­ring.

Ous­ton Ju­niors won a keenly con­tested game 5-4 on penal­ties at Lum­ley af­ter a 2-2 draw.

Star man Joe Fa­ley and Scott John­son twice had Ous­ton on top, but Brett Rus­sell and sub Bran­don Mul­vey lev­el­ling it up.

Bow­burn knocked out Giles­gate Wood­man with a 4-1 win. Ed­die Carr and Jody White, head­ing home Craig Hill’s cen­tre, had Bow­burn 2-0 up at half-time. Carr then con­verted Hill cross for 3-0.

Wood­man missed a cou­ple of chances be­fore re­ply­ing from a free-kick which bounced about the box be­fore be­ing tapped in by Liam Mil­burn.

Bow­burn hit a late fourth, with sub Ray­mond Pirt scor­ing a fine in­di­vid­ual goal.

Sacriston The Shoes matched Ch­ester Garden Farm for 30 min­utes un­til Mar­cus Low­ery’s own goal dou­bled the home lead.

Garden Farm cap­i­talised on a few dropped heads to win 8-3, cour­tesy of Jor­dan Stevens (4), Craig Smith (2) and Bai­ley Hunter. Dan John­son starred.

Tom Illing­worth, Liam Tan­nahill and James Mar­shall replied, with Steven Haswell best for Shoes.

Bearpark won 8-1 at Durham Buf­faloes Head, thanks to Dy­lan Crooks (2), Michael Gib­bons (2), Shane Davis (2), John Blake and Stephen Robert­son.

Grange Villa came from be­hind to beat Durham Rangers 2-1.

Rangers struck on 17 min­utes and they had plenty of the play with­out fin­ish­ing chances, and Alex Stebbings headed home to equalise, fol­low­ing Ben Jef­fer­son’s great cross just be­fore the break.

Joe Mur­ray hit a 65thminute win­ner, con­vert­ing Micky Gray’s cross. Keeper Chris Howey shone for Villa.

Pen­ny­well Com­rades (red and black) get in a shot against Pen­ny­well Vets in the Over-40s League last week­end.

Pen­ny­well Vets (blue) de­fend against Over-40s ri­vals Pen­ny­well Coms

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