Madd about this victory; ALL THE LATEST ACTION FROM THE REGION'S SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUES North East Sunday League.CHRIS MADDOCK scored all three goals for Westerhope Comrades in their 3-1 D Division win at Dundees Ltd.
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Darren Williams (born 28 April, 1977 in Middlesbrough, England) is an English footballer who plays for Bradford City.
Williams began his career at York City, but made his name at Sunderland, for whom he signed in 1996. also hit a hat-trick for Lochside in their 5-0 victory over The Bush, Adam Malloy notching the other two goals, The Trap defeated Red House 5-1 with Mark McCarry scoring a treble.
Butters drew 2-2 with Northumbrian Piper, and Balloon, despite having a player sent off in the first half, triumphed 2-1 at Wallsend Comrades - both goals coming in the last four minutes from Mick Stephenson.
In E Division, John Gilpin John Gilpin (18th century) was a real-life character whose exploits became legendary and featured in a well-known comic ballad by William Cowper of 1782, entitled, The Diverting History of John Gilpin. Cowper had heard the story from a friend. hit Benton Black Bull for seven without reply, Daniel Quinn (3) and Ben Lockey scoring.
Mark Nesbit scored twice for Leazes Inn in the 3-1 success at Ship Inn, and Benton Wheatsheaf beat Worswick Street 2-1.
John Redhead nabbed all three goals for Northern Lights, who defeated Tyneview Park 3-2, with Merrick Hammill replying with a double.
Blucher Social won 6-2 at Wallsend Engineers, David Drinkeld hitting four goals, while Paul Weddle hit a hat-trick for Lemington Labour in the 4-0 defeat of Byker Bees.
Grace Inn came out on top 5-4 at Dog and Parrott in F Division.
Wesley Richardson (3) and Darren Lescot (2) scored for Grace, and Mark Tobin hit 2 for Dog and Parrott.
Ian Walker Ian Michael Walker (born October 31, 1971 in Watford) is an English footballer currently playing for Bolton Wanderers. Biography
Walker is the son of former Wales goalkeeper, and Norwich City and Everton manager Mike Walker. bagged a brace for The County in their 3-2 defeat at Wallsend Town A.
The Ship drew 2-2 with Hazlerigg Victory, while the Wheatsheaf defeated Mauretania 5-0 with Peter Paxon notching twice, as did Michael Whittaker for Independent Reserves in their 4-0 victory over Robin Hood Robin Hood, legendary hero of 12th-century England who robbed the rich to help the poor. Chivalrous, manly, fair, and always ready for a joke, Robin Hood reflected many of the ideals of the English yeoman. .
Walker Jubilee are joint leaders of the Premier Division after a 3-1 victory over Willows, John Campbell nabbed two goals, while Blakelaw Social were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Slatyford Tenants.
Saltwell Social also drew 1-1 with Walbottle Campus, Spy Bar defeated Scotswood Social 3-1 and Craig Pleasant celebrated the only strike to give Springbank Social victory at Greenside green·side
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Daryl Leach put away a hat-trick for Daisy Hill in the 5-2 result at Westbourne Social.
In B Division, Vallum were 4-0 home winners over Throckley United, Dorset Sports defeated Rising Sun 2-0 and Chris Hamilton was on the mark with a hat-trick for Hillheads in the 5-2 defeat of Lemington Social.