Unbeaten Pegswood stay at the top of the league

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Morpeth Sunday League round-up

IN the first round of the George Cave Cup, Bedlington Barrington arms recorded a fine 6-2 over Stakeford Half Moon thanks to a Dylan Williamson hat-trick, a brace from man-of-the-match David Scott and a fine goal from youngster Ryan Stafford.

Chris Dobey and Jamie Chapman netted the replies from the Half Moon.

Also in the George Cave Cup, Amble Tavern recorded a hefty 10-2 win away to Felton. On target for the Tavern were Sean Taylor (three) Chris Graham (three) Harry Turvey (two) and single strikes from Matty Graham and Brad Wake.

The Felton responses were both scored by Tony Brown.

In Division One, Pegswood remain top of the league and unbeaten after they defeated Amble Dock Hotel 8-1 thanks to four goals from Ashley McAlpine, a Stuart Marshall double and solitary goals from Mickey Adamson and Ross Donnelly.

In the Division’s only other game, Ashington RAOB won away 6-0 against Village Inn Longframlington with six different players finding the net.

Notching for The Buffs were Sean Gibson, Adam Ryder, Jake Gray, man-of-the-match Liam Davidson, Craig Robinson and Kevin Towers.

Ashington would also like to extend their sincere thanks to Ben Harmison who was playing his last game for the club due to his ongoing cricketing commitments, his efforts this season are greatly appreciated by everyone associated with the club.

In Division Two’s only game this week, HMP Northumberland overcame Amble Blue Bell 3-0 thanks to strikes from Liam McFarland, Sean Morfitt and a Matty Haymer penalty on the stroke of half-time.