Addison is at the double as Victory take a stroll in the Park View
The Victory Club were the big winners in the Second Division of the Sunderland Sunday League, winning 4-1 at home to Park View.
Jordan Southern scored for Park, but their poor run of form continued as an Addison double and goals from Thompson and Jackson gave the Vic the points.
Ryhope claimed another win to move them further away from the drop zone as they beat The Grange 2-1.
Jamie Perry had The Grange in front with his early effort but Ryhope called on Harrison and Thompson to score the important goals.
A Jayden Ellis brace saw Ryhope take another win to move them further up the league table, but Myers stay rooted to its foot desperately looking for another win. Earles stood out for Myers. The points were divided in a six-goal thriller between Washington Athletic and Redhouse, with the former indebted to supersubs Cooper and Sinclair for salvaging a draw.
Redhouse looked comfortable with Mitchell on target then Jack Callaghan adding two more, but after Middlemas scored, the replacements were on hand to grab the point.
There were goals galore in Washington as the New Tavern and Kings Arms shared eight in a 4-4 stalemate.
McIntyre, Robinson, Neal and Emmet struck the home side’s goals and the Kings Arms hit back through Barrass (2), Whelan and Dixon.
In the Third Division, a depleted Penshaw Catholic Club side rescued an unlikely point as they came up against the Millfield Free Gardeners.
A bare Penshaw XI fought throughout the game, even after the hosts’ Todd Kershaw broke the deadlock, and the Catholic Club got what they deserved when Ryan Priestman levelled the score with minutes to spare.
Wear United moved into third spot in the league with a convincing 5-2 win over a desperate Grindon Broadway side.
Star man Michael Taylor started the scoring with a fine double for United and they never looked back.
Doleman found the net after coming off the bench, Jack Croucher continued his good goalscoring run with another strike and Walters rounded the scoring off for United.
Magnish and John Williams hit late consolation goals for Grindon.
And Millview CIU’s latest win - 3-1 at home to Washington Blue Bell - sees them now challenging for promotion to the Second Division after moving into second place.
Stuart Dodds hit an early goal for the Blue Bell but Stephen Conlin replied for the Millers before Roberts and Davey Laing made sure with further strikes to take the points.
And, finally, in the Fourth Division there were wins for The Carpet Centre Elite and the Washington Duke.
The Carpetmen leapfrogged rivals Washington Cherry Tree to move joint-top of the league after beating the Tree 5-3.
Gav Murton once again found the net on two occasions and soon after Billy Harrison made it 3-0.
The Cherries replied with goals from Martins and Shaun White but the away team increased their lead with David Fairs and Nath Robinson finding the net before White hit his second for the Washington side.
And the Duke tamed the Whitburn Panthers with an easy 4-0 win, Stephenson, McQuillan, Huggins and Corey Lennox on hand to find the net for maximum points.