Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Joel's a Real City Slicker

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Joel's a Real City Slicker

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PINPOINT RECRUITMENT JUNIOR LEAGUE UNDER-11 TO UNDER-13 DIVISIONS JOEL PEARSON celebrated a hat-trick as Newcastle City Milan defeated Newcastle EE Whites in Division One of the Under-11 League.

There was a comfortable Division Two home win for Whickham Panthers over Kingston Park, Cameron Fergus coming out of goal and hitting a hat-trick.

Heaton Hawks welcomed Coast Soccer but ended up pointless following strikes from Dan Forster and Leon Nelson.

Another three-goal marksman was Jack Fishburn in Cramlington Town Yellows' success against Newcastle East End, Andy McDonald also bagging a brace.

Corbridge United gained three points in Division Four with a home victory over Ponteland United.

In Division Five, Thomas Allsopp Jaden Sparrow were on target as Ellington overcame Bedlington CSC.

Seaton Delaval Dynamos continued their encouraging start to the Division Six season when they saw off Montagu Badgers thanks to trebles from Jake Cairns and Jack Alexander.

Forest Hall Eagles accounted for Prudhoe YC at West Lane, courtesy of a Michael Beeby hat-trick, two from Robbie Bassington and a Harry Donaldson finish - Prudhoe could only reply through a Luke Gracie goal.

Morpeth SC Milan just edged out Haydon Bridge 1-0 in Division Three of the Under-12 League, Sean Kelly the player on target.

Montagu Pirates managed three goals against Newcastle Westgate in their Division Four through Yannick Aziakonou (2) and William Foley.

However, they were outdone by a James Hepple strike and a five-goal haul from Callum Lawson. Stobswood notched through Louis Shanks against Corbridge, but the Northumberland side triumphed thanks to Joe Hughes and Jack Arnold.

Newcastle City Milan enjoyed a 2-0 home success against Newcastle EE in Division One of the Under-13 League.

Red House Farm took on bogey side Prudhoe Reds but emerged victorious, with Jamie Holmes netting four times and Robbie Williamson and Joe Robson one each.

Prudhoe's counters were put away by Harry Maddocks and James Hutton. …

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