Rob­son, Cook, Smith and Leader fi­nally get North off the mark

Sunderland Echo - - Sport -

Sun­der­land North fi­nally man­aged to record their first Third Divi­sion vic­tory of the sea­son against bot­tom side Grindon Broad­way, win­ning 4-1.

Rob­son, Cook, Smith and Leader scored the goals to se­cure the win, with John Wil­liams re­ply­ing for Broad­way.

Od­dies lost only their sec­ond league game as they come up against the plucky Lake­side SSC out­fit.

Braces from Bar­rass and Mur­ton gave Lake­side a mas­sive ad­van­tage against Od­dies, who sim­ply weren’t at the races.

Od­dies goals came from Maw and Web­ster, but Matty Mid­dle­miss hit the Lake­side’s fi­nal goal to claim a re­ward­ing three points.

Washington Blue Bell moved up the ta­ble and away from the dan­ger zone with a 3-2 win over Witherwack.

Witherwack found the net through Leem­ing and Green, but John Smith, Wat­son and Mark Smith re­sponded to take the vic­tory.

RCA Grange­town Florists made light work of the Premier Divi­sion base­ment boys Sun­der­land Rail­way Club, win­ning with ease 4-1 win.

Davey Stevens, Atkin­son and McCain were on tar­get for Florists, with Cal­laghan scor­ing a con­so­la­tion goal for the Rail­way.

Red­house Last Or­ders heaped more pres­sure on Ry­hope For­resters with a nar­row 4-3 suc­cess.

Red­house took all three points, thanks to goals from Bul­mer, Stokoe and Tench, who bagged a brace.

The For­resters tried to get back into the game with goals from Nes­bitt and Davies (2), but couldn’t find the equal­is­ing goal.

Dou­bles from Wil­liams and Cal­laghan claimed Wear­mouth CW Ju­niors’ sec­ond First Divi­sion win of the sea­son af­ter brush­ing The Stella aside.

Gav Teasdale hit the Stella’s ef­fort with a great free-kick.

A su­perb Dan Waller penalty set Washington Teal Farm on their way to a win over Ash­brooke Hen­don.

How­ever, Newby replied for Hen­don, but a brace from Jamie Dixon made sure Washington took the points.

In the Sec­ond Divi­sion, Ry­hope achieved their first league win of the sea­son af­ter beat­ing Red­house 2-0.

Daniel An­thony Clarke helped Ry­hope CW with an­other clean sheet, with Lamb and Forster scor­ing the goals to claim the im­por­tant three points.

My­ers earned a very sur­pris­ing 1-0 win over the high­fly­ing Board Inn.

My­ers had a Michael Smith goal to thank to edge his team to the win.

A Karl Ad­di­son hat-trick proved the dif­fer­ence when The Vic­tory Club edged out Washington New Tav­ern 3-2.

The away side replied through Roberts and Trewhitt.

Mean­while in the Fourth Divi­sion, Hall Farm Doxy Lad suf­fered a shock 2-1 de­feat to Washington Duke, who saw them­selves moved into third spot.

The Duke had Clark and Stephenson scor­ing the im­por­tant goals, with Hall Farm see­ing Jonny Glen­wright hit the net.

It was an­other de­feat for Washington North Bid­dick and they stay rooted to the foot of divi­sion af­ter ri­vals Washington Cherry Tree beat them 4-3.

Goals from El­liott and Luke Potts (2) gave Bid­dick a life line, but a Shaun White hat­trick and a McAl­lis­ter strike gave Cher­ries the win.

Washington United’s Rhys Wood­ley smashed in a bril­liant tre­ble to make sure AFC Houghton left with noth­ing.

Hag­ger­stone hit the away side’s only goal, while Ryan Matthews hit United’s fourth.

It was goals ga­lore as Whit­burn Pan­thers and Ve­loc­ity The Bur­ton House played out a thrilling 4-4 draw.

Ve­loc­ity nearly claimed an­other league win af­ter Luke Con­lin, Raeper, Jay Con­lin and Neil Mid­dle­miss all scored.

How­ever, they were pegged back af­ter Whit­burn called upon All­man, Malarkey, Chalk and Bays to draw the game level.

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