Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

In-Form East End Hit a TN of Goals

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

In-Form East End Hit a TN of Goals

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Newcastle East End went 100 up as they maintained their unbeaten run at the top of the Under-13 League Division Four.

They beat Tynemouth 6-0 in convincing style to make it a century of goals for the season and consolidate their 12-point lead.

It took just five minutes for NEE to take the lead, Ryan Richardson heading in an Elliot Dixon cross to bring up their milestone.

Richardson added a second after the restart and the floodgates opened for the city youngsters.

Jamie Mackay, Alex Armstrong and Carl Lattimer took the score to 5-0 before the rout was finished off by Dan Makin, scoring his first of the season.

Wallsend maintained their impressive form at the top of Under-11 Division One, beating North Shields 6-0.

Blyth Town continued their return to form with a 3-1 win over Newbiggin Hall. Matty Eltringham completed a hat-trick.

Kingston Park ran out 6-2 victors over Alnwick Town, while Cramlington Juniors won 5-2 at Montagu, extending their unbeaten run to nine and keeping the pressure on Wallsend.

In Division Two, 10 goals were scored at Killingworth as the Comets triumphed 6-4 against Forest Hall Rovers.

Elsewhere, Heaton Hawks won 5-1 against WBBC Whites and Blyth Spartans triumphed 2-0 at home to Longbenton.

Whitley Bay FC and Throckley Magpies recorded impressive victories in Division Three. Whitley defeated Berwick Rangers 6-1 while Throckley scored six without reply at home to Bedlington Terriers.

Cramlington Juniors ended North Shields' 100% league record in Under-12 Division One with a fine away victory.

The visitors took an early lead when Alex Nicholson tapped home from close range following a parried shot on goal by Calum Donohoe.

WBBC Samba won 6-0 against Kingston Park as Walker Central moved within a point of North Shields, beating RHF Madrid 6-1.

In Division Two, Blyth Town recorded a 3-2 win over Forest Hall Rovers and WBBC Wanderers won 3-1 away to Newbiggin Hall. …

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