Worrall on Mark as Welfare Defeated; Division One
RED Row Welfare endured a traumatic week - after losing 4-0 at home to Percy Main they were trounced 12-1 by Northbank in Carlisle.
Mark Worrall claimed a double hat-trick for the Cumbrians, whose other goals were scored by Simon Elston (2), Matt Read, John Mason, Mark Graham and Andy Rogerson.
Whitley Bay A lost their 100% record in suffering their first defeat away to newly-promoted Killingworth YPC.
Killy beat their highly-rated visitors 1-0 despite having centre-forward Paul Dunn sent off after only 10 minutes.
The Bay failed to make their numerical advantage count and were felled by Craig Harley's winner for their hosts.
While Whitley suffered a setback, Stocksfield went three points clear of them at the top as they secured their sixth league win on the trot.
Away to Gosforth Bohemian Garnett, the Tyne Valley outfit had to battle hard to secure a narrow 2-1 victory.
The Bohs, hammered 8-1 in midweek by Whitley Bay A, opened the scoring with Danny Sherwood seizing on a loose ball to give visiting goalkeeper Shaun Sagar no chance.
Stocksfield pulled themselves level on the stroke of half-time when a clumsy tackle upended Danny Beresford and Wayne Stewart converted the resultant penalty.
Time was running out when Phil Murray set up Beresford to score Stocksfield's winner.
Stocksfield, however, were left reeling by the news summer signing …
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Publication information: Article title: Worrall on Mark as Welfare Defeated; Division One. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England). Publication date: September 3, 2008. Page number: 45. © 2009 MGN Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2008 Gale Group.
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