Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

White Good Derby Win! Trio Bag Braces as the Bay Celebrate Bragging Rights against Rivals Shields

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

White Good Derby Win! Trio Bag Braces as the Bay Celebrate Bragging Rights against Rivals Shields

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THEY'RE LOVIN IT Blyth Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League Pin Point Recruitment Junior League Under-14 and Under-15 Divisions WHITLEY Bay BC Whites earned the Under-14 League Division One bragging rights in their derby with North Shields when Andrew Collins, Adam Cass and Louis Strasser were all on target twice.

Newcastle City, meanwhile, saw off Hexham 4-1. Kane Hall, Jack Devlin, Tom Ions and Dillon Brown were the marksmen for City, while Hexham could only manage a Sam Mannion effort in reply. Cramlington Whites were pushed all the way by Newcastle EE before a Thomas Robson strike gave the Whites all three points.

Longhoughton took on Red House Farm in Division Two in a game which ebbed and flowed.

Longhoughton's goals for Chris Gardner, Ryan Pattinson and Jack Gibson were countered by Conor Thompson, James Alderdice and Owen Lewis-Thompson.

Ashington CFC made home advantage count against Blyth Town, Stefan Thompson hitting a hat-trick.

In Division Three, Heaton Hawks were made to fight all the way at Cramlington Jaguars before a Callum Walker effort gave them victory.

Whitley Bay BC Blues enjoyed a home verdict against West Denton, Ashley Brooke, Ronan Attwood and Joe Billham on target with Adam Pickard and Jordan Carr replying for Denton.

Montagu's James Costello (2) and Mark Dodd were on target in a 3-0 Division Four success at Willington Quay.

North Shields Athletic gained a home verdict against Wallsend Community by virtue of finishes from Luke Sinclair (2), Jordan Ellis, Kyle Henry and Dan Laidler.

Wallsend Communty replied through Ryan Spiers.

In Division Five, Red House Farm Lazio enjoyed a home win against Newbiggin CSC, with Andrew Patton and Andrew Larkin on the scoresheet twice.

Kingston Park Bulls gained three points against Bedlington CSC through Daniel Embleton and Matthew Hold, Bedlington replying through Reece Nicholson. …

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