Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Battling Coachman Refuse to Be Dazzled by the Sun

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Battling Coachman Refuse to Be Dazzled by the Sun

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THE Coachman ended Sunniside's 100% record in Division One by holding them to a 1-1 draw.

Scott Swanston gave the Coachman the lead in the first half before Scott Robson levelled in the second.

Wallsend Labour moved into second place with a comfortable 6-1 win against Dunston Social.

Dan Chambers hit a hat-trick with Michael McMullen netting twice and Dan White rounding off the victory. Dan Hay replied for Dunston.

Beaconsfield drew 4-4 with the Queens Head.

Ben Hall notched twice for Beaconsfield, with Michael Walters and Carl Johnson also netting.

Liam Corbett nabbed two for Queens, Jamie Roadson and Connor Collins one each.

Highlander moved joint top of Division Two after a comprehensive 11-2 victory over Low Heworth Four Trees.

Top scorer Matthew Grayson kept up his recent form by bagging three, while his strike partner David Wilson netted twice. Wayne Benson also scored twice with Gary Graham, David Marrs, Craig Lowdon and Jamie Pagget all adding one each. …

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