Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Chase Holmes South Tyneside Youth Leagues

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Chase Holmes South Tyneside Youth Leagues

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Leaders Leam Lane Rangers lost their 100% record in the Junior Development Premier League when they came up against Jarrow FC Boys.

It was the Jarrow lads who took the lead when Aidan McGee struck home from a right-wing cross to shock the table-toppers.

Leam responded well and applied heavy pressure but found the Jarrow defence in a mean mood.

Jarrow did have the chance to extend their lead on two occasions but failed to take them ( which proved costly when Dan Wright equalised for Leam late in the second half.

Lambton Lions moved up to third with a 4-2 win over Whiteleas Bulldogs.

Rowan, Wilson, Holly and Harrison were all on target for the Lions. Lowrie replied with a brace for Bulldogs.

Leam Rangers won 2-1 against Hebburn Town.

Jake Trogg and Shay Walker were Rangers' goalscoring heroes while Dylan Flanagan hit back for Town.

Riverside beat Boldon Colts 6-0. A Carr double and individual strikes from Elsbury, Gardner, Forsyth and Blackburn gave Riverside a great start to the New Year.

Things are very tight in the Junior Development Advanced section with several teams in with a shout of the title.

Fatfield FC suffered a setback when they could only manage a 2-2 draw against an improving Jarrow Arrows.

Fatfield could have gone top with a victory ( but the boys from Jarrow produced an excellent performance to claim a share of the spoils.

Adam Hinslea and Liam Amos found the net for the Arrows with Jack English netting both for Fatfield.

Monkton Juniors triumphed 3-0 against Whiteleas Warriors. Barron, Rutherford and Redhead were all on target.

Boldon Colts went down 6-1 to league leaders Lambton Lions.

The Lions were in unstoppable form with Wood (3), Docherty (2) and Cains the scorers. Baxendale replied for Colts.

St Cuthberts recorded a narrow 3-2 win over South Tyneside FC.

Coleby, Kirkup, and Henderson hit home for the Saints with Amess and Powell replying for the Tynesiders.

In the Under-Eight Premier Division, Monkton Juniors stay a point behind the leaders after winning 1-0 against South Tyneside FC.

A Peter Jones cross-shot into the far corner of the net was enough to secure the points for Monkton. …

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