North Sunderland, Lowick and Amble through in Anderson Cup

It was cup day in the North Northumberland League with teams involved in Anderson Cup and Runciman Cup first round action.

Monday, 17th October 2016, 11:04 am
Updated Tuesday, 25th October 2016, 2:29 pm

In the Anderson Cup there were wins for Lowick, Amble and North Sunderland.

And in the Runciman it was Embleton, Craster Rovers and Ashington Town Miners who both progressed through to the second round.

Anderson Cup 1st round

LOWICK UTD 4

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SHILBOTTLE CW 3

(After extra-time)

Lowick made progress following extra time after what was at times a hot tempered match .

Leading by the odd goal of three at half time, Shilbottle came back to level the game before the final whistle.

In extra time it was Lowick who made the most of their chances to progress into the next round .

AMBLE ST CUTHBERT 10

ROTHBURY 1

A youthful Rothbury side proved no match for Amble as the final scoreline suggests .

Five goals in each half for the home club with only a Ben Storey goal proving scant consolation for the visitors .

Liam Ramsey four , Reece Ramsay three, Connor Stroughton two and a Dan Moyle goal made up the final Amble total .

BELFORD 0

NORTH SUNDERLAND 5

The visitors were the better team throughout this match with Belford keeper Morgan Lindsay making some good saves during the game to keep the final score down .

Three goals ahead at half time the visitors made sure of progress with two more before the final whistle. Goalscorers for North Sunderland were Ross Stanton three , Robert Scott and Kevin Elliott .

Runciman Cup 1st round

ASHINGTON TOWN MINERS 3

SPRINGHILL 1

This was a good end to end game with Daniel Virtue giving the visitors the lead but Ashington hit back with goals from David Drysdale and Bradley Higgins to lead at half time.

The second half was just as close with a Scott Neal goal sealing the win for the Miners .

EMBLETON WR 5

WOOLER 1

This was a cracking cup tie between two fully committed sides.

Two early goals gave Embleton the lead but a Kevin Cumming strike saw Wooler pull a goal back before half time.

The visitors shaded the second half and it was the final 10 minutes before Embleton made sure of the result .

Goalscorers for Embleton were Phil Grey and Johnny Colley with two apiece, plus a goal from Jordan Turnbull .

Stand in referee Paul Yeadon earned praise from both teams for his performance during the match .

ASHINGTON WEST END 1

CRASTER ROVERS 8

West End started well but still found themselves three goals down at the break .

They did pull a goal back through Aaron Wright but a late collapse saw them concede five more before the final whistle.

Scorers for Craster were Harry Woolhouse (2) Richard Stanwix (2), plus single strikes from Jake Lewney, Jordan Furness, James Hedley and Glen Robson .

Fixtures

Bilclough Cup 1st round:

Craster v Highfields; Ashington Miners v Tweedmouth Harrow; Amble St Cuthbert v Lowick; Shilbottle v Embleton; N Sunderland v Ashington West End; Springhill v Rothbury.

All cup games kick off at 1.30pm.