Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Hall Not Well after an Easy Day for Welfare; TYNESIDE AMATEUR LG

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Hall Not Well after an Easy Day for Welfare; TYNESIDE AMATEUR LG

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IN the big game at the top of the table, second-placed Forest Hall YPC were beaten 4-0 by third-placed Stobswood Welfare.

That meant Ellington remained at the head of the table despite their match being postponed.

Jesmond returned to action with a 4-0 win over Wideopen and District A - even managing to miss two spot kicks.

Scott Maddison, Louis Tiplady, Adam Duckworth and Charlie Young were their goalscorers.

Ponteland United Reserves took a 2-0 lead before the break at West Jesmond with counters from Gary Oliver and Kittisak Spratt.

Marc Cowley pulled one back in the second half but Pont hung on for the three points.

Haltwhistle Jubilee saw off visitors Killingworth YPC Cobras 6-0. Thomas Wilkie opened the scoring before Gregg Irwin added a hat-trick and Paul Wilson and Kieran Robley completed their tally.

Newcastle Chemfica Amateurs beat Newcastle Medicals 3-1 thanks to a Martin Edmond hat-trick, David Macmillan countering for Medicals. …

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