Sunderland Echo - - Football - Swin­burne Mad­di­son Durham Sun­day League

Hilda Park squeezed past Wash­ing­ton Cross Keys 5-4 on penal­ties, fol­low­ing a dra­matic 4-4 draw in the Durham Sun­day Cup.

Liam Young, Philip Mar­riott, Ross Docherty and Alan Wil­son struck for Hilda, who will host Pel­ton RAOB in the first round proper on Oc­to­ber 29.

De­pleted Houghton Wild Boar All-Stars’ run­came to an abrupt end with a 6-1 de­feat at home to Peter­lee Catholic.

Boar fought valiantly and only trailed 1-0 at half-time. Keeper Jonny Lav­ery pulled off half a dozen ex­cel­lent saves in the sec­ond half, but the vis­i­tors stormed three up be­fore Liam McKit­ten replied. Three fur­ther goals steered Peter­lee through.

Sher­burn Vil­lage ex­ited 5-3 to Whick­ham Coach­man, choos­ing the worst time to pro­duce a very poor per­for­mance. El­lis (2) and Turn­bull hit the con­so­la­tions.

Lambton Lions pro­gressed, beat­ing New­ton Ay­cliffe Sports Club 3-1.

Chilton WMC beat Sun­der­land side Jolly Pot­ters 3-1 and Houghton Chilton Lodge saw off Vic­tory Club 3-0, but Framwell­gate Moor WMC were thumped 6-0 at Black­hall Hard­wick.

Ch­ester Gar­den Farm ex­ited 3-0 at South Moor Sports, while Bede Lodge SC were knocked out on penal­ties af­ter a 4-4 draw at Kirk Mer­ring­ton Half Moon. New­ton Ay­cliffe Navy Club lost 2-1 at Leam Lane.

Dub­mire WMC romped to a 5-0 win at Durham Buf­faloes Head in the D&P Tro­phies Knock­out Tro­phy.

James Gar­diner bagged a brace, sup­ported by Mark Lid­dle, Els­don Thomp­son and Stephen Donkin.

Ch­ester Park Inn fought well but went down 6-1 to im­pres­sive New Bran­cepeth WMC, whose dom­i­nance told as the vis­i­tors tired.

Sam Hen­der­son notched for Park, with Jon Dob­son their top per­former.

East Rain­ton edged through in the Stepy’s Coaches Pres­i­dent’s Tro­phy, pip­ping Ous­ton Ju­niors 2-1 on penal­ties af­ter a 2-2 draw.

Ous­ton went ahead with an early Scott John­son header and dou­bled the lead on 67 min­utes with Matty Cor­nish’s long-ranger.

Rain­ton piled the pres­sure on and hauled them­selves level with goals from Olly Hotchkiss and James Wood to force the shoot-out.

Wit­ton Gil­bert WMC put up a de­cent show against Pit­ting­ton and de­served their late con­so­la­tion goal in a 3-1 de­feat. An­thony Mor­ton stood out for Wit­ton.

Ushaw Moor Cricket Club came through tough tie to win 2-1 at Fer­ry­hill Com­mu­nity Hub in the JD Taxis Guards Cup. Keeper Aaron Hall pro­duced a mag­nif­i­cent se­ries of saves to keep the crick­eters in the game af­ter Fer­ry­hill dom­i­nated the first half.

A change of for­ma­tion in­spired Ushaw Moor’s sec­ond-half surge, with An­thony Bussey mak­ing the break­through af­ter sub Dan Gregg used his pace to get to the by­line and pull it back.

A penalty miss looked to be costly when Hub lev­elled, but Mark English robbed the full-back, ran 40 yards and laid the ball off to James Richard­son, who played in English to fin­ish from close range.

Cox­hoe Red Lion eased to a 4-1 first-round win over Sedge­field SC, thanks to dou­bles from Rob Hur­ton and Jamie Ap­pleby. Leon Green­well starred.

Fer­ry­hill Celtic lost 4-3 in a Premier Di­vi­sion thriller at home to Ous­ton Cherry Tree af­ter lead­ing 2-0 and 3-2 with goals from Marco Lin­hart and Jonny Agar (2).

Left-back Tony Todd was Ous­ton’s man of the match, even though Micky Ross had a hand in all four goals. Ross net­ted with a cracker from out­side the area, plus a penalty, and played Damien McMa­hon through to score and crossed for Olly Forsyth to bullet home a header.

Bran­don Sports Club edged a tight duel 2-1 at Sacriston Cricket Club. Michael Fort headed home an ex­cel­lent Lee Blades cross for Bran­don’s opener, and added a close-range sec­ond fol­low­ing Gavin Mudd’s header.

Sacriston replied with a de­flected free-kick, but keeper An­thony Sowerby and the Bran­don de­fence held firm un­der siege.

Houghton Town bat­tled hard for a point in a 0-0 draw at Sedge­field St Ed­mund’s, with Lee McBeth their star.

Pel­ton RAOB hit three goals in the first 15 min­utes as they beat Fer­ry­hill Dy­namos 4-1. Tom Ol­ley replied as Dy­namos en­joyed an ex­cel­lent sec­ond half.

Burn­side WMC crushed Lan­g­ley Park, who were strug­gling for num­bers, 12-0 in the only Di­vi­sion One game. Craig El­li­son, Cal­lum Munro and MaxS­tok er hit tre­bles, backed by Jon Jordi­son, Shaun Dixon and Grant Craig.

White­hills won 2-0 in a poor Sec­ond Di­vi­sion game at Bow­burn.

James Cat­tell hit the opener fol­low­ing a long Fisher throw, then Jack­son hit a well-taken clincher when one on one with the keeper.

Grange Villa edged home 3-2 against Lum­ley, who were 2-1 up at the break thanks to ef­forts from Jon Bell and Jon Cos­sar, af­ter trail­ing to Ben Jef­fer­son’s early strike.

Liam Mitchell hauled Villa level from Mark Greener’s pass, then scored a car­bon copy to win it. Harry Simp­son starred for Lum­ley, Joe Mur­ray for Villa.

Durham Wood man saw off neigh­bours Durham Rangers 5-3 in Di­vi­sion Three.

Richard Begg was the stand-out per­former, scor­ing four goals in 20 min­utes af­ter Rangers struck first. Dan Hat­ton added a fifth be­fore the vis­i­tors hit two replies.

Cap­tain Thomas Illing­worth played a part in all five goals as Sacriston The Shoes squeezed home 5-3 against Bishop Mid­dle­ham.

Shoes led 3-1 but were pegged back to level be­fore Jak Gor­don’s well-placed free­kick and Jack Moon’s sec­ond goal sealed the win.

Liam McEl­don and Illing­worth also scored, with Jon Steel, Ash­ley Jenk­ins and Ar­ran Mur­doch re­ply­ing.

Bearpark pro­duced a much-im­proved per­for­mance to win 3-2 at Het­ton New Inn, with John Blake (2) and Dy­lan Crooks net­ting. Luke Stevens starred

Pen­ny­well Com­rades (yel­low) take on Wear­mouth CW Old Boys in the Over-40s League last week.

Wear­mouth CW Old Boys (blue) bat­tle Pen­ny­well Com­rades Over-40s.

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