Ad­di­son is at the dou­ble as Vic­tory take a stroll in the Park View

Sunderland Echo - - Sport -

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.

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