Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Beating the Burn Is Hall Right for Forest; REPORTS FROM THE JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCENE Datastor Killingworth MIni League

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Beating the Burn Is Hall Right for Forest; REPORTS FROM THE JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCENE Datastor Killingworth MIni League

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FOREST Hall Blues started slowly in their Under-Eight Winter League game against Seaton Burn - but managed to go in at half-time 1-0 up thanks to a strike from Connor Allen.

In the second period, with the wind on their backs, Hall took command.

They would have stretched their lead further on more than one occasion had it not been for Lewis Spark in the Seaton Burn goal, who pulled off a string of fine saves. Ryan Butcher eventually put some daylight between the teams with a strike from outside the box.

Spark was again called into action as he saved a penalty from Connor Hewitt and, despite further pressure from Hall, they were unable to add to their tally.

KYPC took on Seghill in very difficult conditions but both teams showed excellent skills.

KYPC took a two-goal lead into the interval with a Jack Armstrong brace.

Connor Myers pulled one back in the second half, but KYPC held on for all three points.

Burnside United were 3-1 down going into the final period of the game against FC Cullercoats.

Then Ryan Prauschke saved the day with two great strikes to round off his hat-trick as Burnside managed to salvage a point, Luke Lyons scoring three times for Cullercoats.

Forest Hall Reds beat New Fordley 6-1 and Coast Soccer overcame Burradon 7-0.

Burnside United Bisons were crowned champions of the United Under-10 League.

Shanklea finished runners-up after their 3-0 victory over Burradon B, Craig Fisher, Cameron Blacket and Luke Taylor on target.

Ponteland United Barcalona took on KYPC Olympiakos.

KYPC started the stronger and got off the mark with a Daniel Scott effort.

Then a long-range strike from Miles McGrady opened up a two-goal advantage, followed by a Douglas Priestley effort from a set-piece corner.

Just prior to half-time, Bradley Ives nicked one back for Barcalona to give them some encouragement going into the second period. …

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