Vue take their treble chance
BELLE Vue secured a trophy treble by claiming the Bob Curry Cup – beating Division One side Pelaw Grange Dogs 4-1 in the final.
Dylan Howourth gave Vue a slender one-goal advantage before John Dewhurst doubled the lead.
An own goal gave Vue a third before James Bowman made it four with a header.
Pelaw Grange never gave up and a last-minute David Hawkins strike was their consolation.
There was, however, consolation for the Dogs as they clinched promotion to the Premier Division – finishing runners-up in Division One following a 3-2 success at Teams Club.
Mark Curry, Jordan Stevens and Bri Allen were on target for The Dogs, Josh Archibald and Paul Garthwaite replying for Teams.
Allerdene were 8-3 winners at The Eagle.
Martin Summersatt hit a hattrick, Kieran McPherson a brace with Danny Avilez, Lewis Munro and Joe Turnbull also netting.
David Kennedy, Kevin Poppleton and Dean Wright all registered for The Eagle.
CONSETT Scotch Arms clinched their first Consett Sunday League Division One title.
Counters from Adam Knowles, Andrew Whitfield, Dan Walker, David Parker and Joe Craig secured a 5-1 victory over Consett Demi to wrap up the league with one game to go.
Annfield Plain Demi need a repeat win over Consett Supa Snooker tomorrow evening to lift the Division Three title.
A hat-trick from Jonnie Hewitson, doubles from Kai Hewitson and Jake Hall and singles from Dan Punton and Colin Snailham earned them a 9-1 success against Supa Snooker, who had Andrew Wrightson on target.
Lanchester Cricket Club secured third place in Division Two thanks to a 4-2 result against fourthplaced Winlaton Crown and Cannon.
John Lawson, Steven Smithson, Jack Newton and Marc Clews grabbed their goals.
Belle Vue, who completed a trophy treble by beating Pelaw Grange Dogs 4-1 in the final of the Gateshead Sunday League’s Bob Curry Cup