Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Pier-Ing into Semi

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Pier-Ing into Semi

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Amble Pier 81 reached the semi-final of the Lewin Cup by beating Bedlington Station Railway 3-2.

Brad Wake scored twice and Ricky Hume added the other for Pier 81, while goals from Richard Wilson and David Cavigan kept Railway in the game.

The top two met in Division One as leaders Lynemouth travelled to reigning champions Red Row Brick Club.

The visitors took another big step to reclaiming the title by winning 2-0 to maintain their flawless campaign so far.

Adam Kent and Marc Richardson were on target for Lynemouth as they racked up their 16th league win.

Pegswood Ex-Services took advantage of other results to move up to second with an emphatic 10-1 win over long-suffering bottom club Guide Post Social Club.

David Coleman had given Guide Post the lead, but Lee McAndrew hit four goals, Carl Sanders two, and there were further goals from Shaun Henderson, Matthew Cummins, Graham Younger and Martin Nicholson.

Morpeth Shooter's Bar also gained maximum points by beating Bedlington Northumberland Arms 5-2, thanks to goals from Dave Wardlaw, Alan Morton and a Peter Southern hat-trick. Andrew Sleeth hit two in reply.

Two goals from Kris Grey and one from Stevie Home gave Newbiggin Coble Inn a 3-0 win at Ashington & Ellington SC.

Two of the front runners went head-to-head in Division Two as Alnmouth Argyle met Ashington Reunited and they could not be separated as the game finished 1-1.

Colin Bickerton was on target for Alnmouth, while the Ashington outfit registered through Dean Johnson.

Ox Inn, Middleton went level on points with Ashington Reunited ( who remain top on goal difference ( by winning 6-2 at Shoulder of Mutton.

North Seaton Elephant got back to winning ways with a fine 4-2 win at Newbiggin New Ship. Ian Taylor and Jonathan McEnaney got on the scoresheet for New Ship, but Scott Murray (2), Dave McKenzie and Lee Fish all netted for Elephant.

Angler's Arms, Weldon Bridge won their third consecutive game since breaking their duck this season as they beat Morpeth Chantry 2-1 thanks to a Michael Rutherford double-strike. …

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