Healthy Greens Just Cannot Be Beaton

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Healthy Greens Just Cannot Be Beaton


Wallsend bc Greens continue unbeaten in Division One of the Under-Nine League.

They cruised to victory against Cramlington Blue Star with goals from Ethan Middleton, Billy walker, Kieran Halland, Ashley Brooke, Jack Hunter, Lowis Homes and Will Thompson.

Cramlington Sao Paulo moved up into second by beating mid-table North Shields Milan.

Alex Martin netted a hat-trick and further strikes from Connor Stewart (2), Ben Middleton and Aaron Tweddle were enough. James Blackburn managed to pull one back for Milan.

A first win of the season was recorded by FC Tynemouth when they defeated neighbours Wansbeck Juniors 3-0.

Bedlington Juniors Roma beat FC Morpeth by the same score. James Morris (2) and Patrick Docherty on target.

A 3-1 verdict was notched up by North Shields Monaco against CJ River Plate which meant they are still in with the leading pack.

Rory Spencer grabbed a double and Billy Horne also found the net. Lewis Marshall put away the consolation for River Plate.

Whitley Bay Whites moved above Blyth Town Greens after beating them 6-0.

Ben Shaw scored two and with Harvey Scott, Jack McAndrew, Lee Smee and Joel Laviers also on the scoresheet.

|n Division One, Ashington AFC had to be at the top of their game against a weakened but battling Cramlington Cobras Roma side. …

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