Hoggy hits a hat-trick for Inn

Sunderland Echo - - Sport -

Mur­ton Col­liery Inn en­joyed their big­gest win of the Chilla Pizza Peter­lee & Dis­trict Sun­day Pre­mier Divi­sion sea­son, ham­mer­ing Sea­ham Marl­bor­ough 8-1.

Gavin Hog­garth claimed a hat-trick and Stephen Turner a brace, along with fur­ther ef­forts from Ryan Pin­der, An­drew Up­per­ton and Paul Hen­der­son, Niall Crosby re­ply­ing for the Marl­bor­ough.

Also in the Pre­mier Divi­sion, the Eas­ing­ton derby went the way of the Col­liery Club Me­chan­ics, who beat the Lane WMC 2-1 with goals from Nathan Gra­ham and Thomas Bott, while Scott Hen­der­son net­ted for a Lane WMC side for whom Jor­dan Gar­side was sent off.

The three points took the Me­chan­ics out of the rel­e­ga­tion zone.

In the First Divi­sion, a nine-goal thriller saw Eas­ing­ton Leather Cap come out on top when they de­feated Het­ton Lyons FC 5-4 with a brace from Joe Taboun to­gether with goals from Carl Stephen­son, Jor­dan Wil­liams and sub­sti­tute Wayne Mi­callef.

Liam Wal­lace, Kieron Bri­don, John Purvis and Craig Pat­ter­son were on the mark for the Lyons.

Eas­ing­ton South­side reached dou­ble fig­ures af­ter they ham­mered strug­gling Hor­den Le­gion 10-0, the Le­gion now hav­ing con­ceded 106 goals this sea­son.

Shot­ton Com­rades’ pro­mo­tion hopes suf­fered a huge set­back when they were sec­ond best against South Het­ton Cricket Club, go­ing down to a 6-1 loss.

This was the first league de­feat of the cam­paign for the Com­rades, whereas the Cricket Club have yet to lose, al­though they have only played four in the league.

Michael Kennedy was the goalscor­ing hero for the Cricket Club when he helped him­self to a four-timer, while Alan Curl and Liam Houghton were also on tar­get, with Gary Pen­ning­ton net­ting a con­so­la­tion goal for the Com­rades.

In the Sec­ond Divi­sion, Win­gate Howden stay top of the ta­ble and have a three­p­oint lead af­ter they en­joyed a com­fort­able 6-1 win against Thorn­ley Har­rys Bar.

Jamie Ben­nett’s bril­liant hat-trick was sup­ple­mented by fur­ther goals from Dan Gor­ton (2) and Jake Devine, while John Rit­son replied for Har­rys Bar.

A hat-trick from Stephen Fletcher and an ef­fort from John Kennedy paved the way for Eas­ing­ton Vic­tory to pick up three points in a com­fort­able 4-1 win over Sher­burn United, whose re­ply came from Tom Clark.

Si­mon Jacobs’ hat-trick and Ian Sin­clair’s goal gave New Sea­ham Westlea a 4-0 vic­tory over Haswell Oddfel­lows Arms.

East Durham FC suf­fered an­other crush­ing de­feat, this time against Sea­ham Park­side, los­ing 13-0 with Kevin Price and sub­sti­tute Dean Bul­mer both scor­ing four goals apiece while Con­ner Mu­timer (2), Robert Berry, Matthew Mus­tard and Martin Robson com­pleted the rout.

And in the Durham County Sun­day Cup, Daw­don Wel­fare Park joined Peter­lee Catholic Club in the third round af­ter a brace from Cal­lum Munro and an ef­fort from Paul Mil­ner saw them en­joy a com­fort­able 3-0 win against Nor­ton Vil­lage.

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