Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Off-Key Town Have No Answer to the Kings of the Park

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Off-Key Town Have No Answer to the Kings of the Park

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Kingston Park moved back into title contention with a fine win over Blyth Town in the Under-10 League.

Abbie Bohlam, Chloe Johnson, Lucy Tait, Georgina Farndell, Jade Anderson, Lauren Driver and Holly Jackman all hit the net for the Kingston Park side.

Meanwhile, Newbiggin Hall continued their unbeaten run with a 6-1 victory over Bedlington Juniors Dolphins thanks to goals from Anna Rogers (3), Leigh Stuart (2), with Joanna Armstrong adding the final goal for Newbiggin.

Ellen Dixon was on target with the consolation goal for the Dolphins.

Meanwhile, Cramlington Juniors Bugatti's remain in top spot with a victory over Wanspont.

Carly Lowes did score for Wanspont but this was never enough as the Bugatti's replied through Laura Blake, Laura Gunn, Francessca Ness, Lauren Watson, Philipa Casey and Sydney Robertson.

Jade Dixon scored an all- important goal to give Forest Hall their first point of the season. It might have been all three if it were not for a deserved equaliser from Girl-of-the-Match Molly Turnbull for CJ Maseratti's.

North Shields Juniors got back to winning ways defeating Bedlington Sharks 4-1.

Charlotte Nighlin netted twice and Lucy Garner and Alex Roberts notched a goal each for Shields, while Lucy Dixon got the consolation for the Sharks.

North Shields continue to press the leaders of the Under-12 League Premiership with an impressive 4-1 win over Newcastle Celtic.

A Rebecca Hansen hat-trick and a goal from April Hunter was enough to settle the game.

However, Megan Pyper got on the scoresheet for Celtic.

Newcastle Rangers came out 6-2 winners over Hexham after Rosie Young (3), Beth Milne (2) and Abbie Joyce scored for the Rangers. Jenny Wilkes netted the two goals for Hexham.

Unbeaten Cramlington Juniors Porsches came out on top as something had to give against Blyth Town Whites who were also without a defeat.

A Natalie Atkinson goal proved to be the winner in this hard-fought contest.

The three points drove the Porsches top but there will be further changes before this competitive league ends.

A Ruth Bell hat-trick, a brace of goals from Jenny Brown and single from Anna Gibson gave Wideopen a 6-1 victory over Wansbeck in the Championship. …

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