Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

CM CARPETS CONSETT AND DISTRICT [..]; Just Plain Sailing for Cricketers

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

CM CARPETS CONSETT AND DISTRICT [..]; Just Plain Sailing for Cricketers

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CM CARPETS CONSETT AND DISTRICT SUNDAY LG ANNFIELD Plain Cricket Club did not quite hit Dipton WMC for six, but they still came out on top in their Division Two derby encounter.

Doubles from Craig Patten and Gavin Graham, along with a Danny Gilbert strike, saw the cricketers edge out Dipton WMC 5-4. Dipton replied with two Michael Brough goals and efforts from Scott Somerville and Gavin Mellons.

Blackhill also went nap but found it much easier disposing of Stanley RAFA 5-1. Finishes from Stuart McKenna, Derek Emery, Duncan McCulloch, Andrew Gailes and Robbie Nichol did the trick, with Chris Wallace replying.

Chester Garden Farm claimed maximum points following their 4-2 success at Stamfordham.

In Division Three, Peter Edgell's hat-trick was the feature of Lanchester Cricket Club's 8-1 home win over Consett Demi.

Richard Pearce (2), Nathan Burnett (2) and Gregg Harrison added the other counters.

Two-goal John Page and Dan High were both on the mark as Consett Fountain beat Hamsteels Inn 3-0. Washington Oasis squeezed out the Black Horse 3-2.

TYNEMOUTH Gunner edged past Ashington Hirst Industrial 3-2 to progress in the Northumberland FA Minor Cup.

They were easily in control of the tie with a two-goal cushion, but slack defending allowed the Hirst to come back at them.

However, they eventually went through thanks to Jay Hussaine, Joe Furey and an own goal.

Ashington Grand defeated High Street 2-1. Wayne Tait and Robert Groves scored for the Grand, Ryan Wigham for the Street.

The second round of the George Davison Cup was STANDARD SECURITY BLYTH AND WANSBECK SUNDAY LEAGUE completed when New Delaval and Newsham entertained Blyth Comrades.

The game was moved to the Comrades'' ground due to a flooded South Beach pitch - and the switch paid off for the Comrades as they won 5-2. Former Comrades player Steven Molloy and Ian Locke netted for Delaval, goals for the Comrades from Paul Huck (2), Steven Bell, Daniel Long and Michael Meins. …

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