It’s a 10 for West End against Wind­scale

Sunday Sun - - Football -

SUN­DER­LAND West End hit Wind­scale for 10 with­out re­ply on home turf.

Bryan Nor­ton and Mark Robin­son both col­lected the match ball for their re­spec­tive hat-tricks.

The home side were 4-0 up within the first 25 min­utes.

Kevin Gor­don scored af­ter five min­utes.

Eleven min­utes later, West End went two in front when Nor­ton opened his ac­count for the af­ter­noon.

Adam Dryza then made it 3-0 when he scored in the 23 minute.

And Wind­scale had barely any time to catch their breath as Robert Hall scored in the same minute.

If the vis­i­tors thought their op­po­nents were go­ing to ease off them for the sec­ond-half, Nor­ton’s sec­ond just af­ter the restart con­firmed that as wish­ful think­ing.

Robin­son then grabbed his first in the 47th minute be­fore Nor­ton com­pleted his tre­ble, four min­utes later.

The West End striker then matched Nor­ton’s goal scor­ing tally with two goals in two min­utes.

James Fairly then added a 10th for the hosts, 10 min­utes from time.

Heb­burn Town Re­serves missed the chance to close the gap to two points over lead­ers Cleator Moor Celtic.

The Hor­nets fell to a 2-1 de­feat at Darlington Re­serves, who won for the first time since beat­ing Wind­scale 5-3 on Septem­ber 14.

Darlington led at the break be­fore Heb­burn re­sponded.

But the sev­enth-placed side went on to grab the win­ner when Dale Mil­burn struck late.

A goal in ei­ther from Jamie Tu­mity Hartle­pool saw them move into ninth with a 2-0 vic­tory at Prud­hoe Town.

Tu­mity broke the dead­lock mid­way through the sec­ond­half when good work from Mike Snow­don set up the at­tacker.

He then dou­bled his tally in the sec­ond-half when Kieran Camp­bell aimed an eye-ofthe-nee­dle pass through to Tu­mity, who rounded the keeper be­fore shoot­ing into an empty net.

Boldon CA ce­mented their fifth place po­si­tion with a 4-2 away win at South Shields Re­serves.

Gateshead Leam Rangers moved ahead of the Mariners into 13th place.

It was a 3-1 win for Leam Rangers, who as a re­sult made it three con­sec­u­tive wins in all com­pe­ti­tions.


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