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Vintage Bugatti race to super win.

The young cubs of Forest Hall Vixens fell to a crushing defeat in a top verses bottom battle against Cramlington Juniors Bugatti's in the Under-10s League.

The Cramlington side were in vintage form and goals from Philipa Casey, Steph Barrett, Sydney Taylor, Laura Gunn, Francesca Ness and Laura Blake were enough.

Joint leaders Kingston Park were also on the mark, beating newly-formed Newbiggin Hall. Abby Botham, Lauren Driver, Jade Anderson and Georgina Farndell netting for the Kingston side.

Cramlington Juniors Maserati's continued their improving form by beating North Shields Juniors 5-2. Darcy Jory scored a hat-trick and Ellen Turnbull added two.

Third and fourth place are held by Blyth Spartans and Blyth Town girls and these positions were reflected in the 2-2 scoreline. Charlene Williamson got the two for the Spartans and E Burns for the Town side.

Newbiggin Hall got back to winning ways in N League beating close rivals in the Under-12 Longbenton Juniors 5-1 to go equal on points with them.

Forest Hall Vipers continue their 100% record beating a battling Kingston Park 3-1. Rebecca Maws and Lyndsey Stobbs finding the net for the Forest Hall side.

The other team with a 100% record in the league is still AE Phoenix ( but only just! They overcame a stubborn Walker Central side 4-3 to remain top having played one more game than Forest Hall. Danielle Trowick (3) and Kayleigh Trowick were the scorers for Phoenix, while Emily Wrightson (2) and Jade Pritchard hit the target for Walker.

In A League FC Tynemouth lost to North Shields Robins by the odd goal in 11. As the score suggest it was a real end-to-end game. Four goals from Jade Clay and a brace from Kirsty Hall were the winners for North Shields, while two goals each for Mishner and Gibson and a strike for Oxnard were the scorers for FC Tynemouth.

Joint leaders Kingston Park were on song as they tore into third-place CJ Mustangs winning 4-1. Hannah Smith, Abbey Shields, Becky Shields and Rachael Tate all found the net for Kingston. Jasmine Trundley got a consolation for the Mustangs.

The other leading teams also won with style. Prudhoe YC comfortably overcoming Blyth Town. Hope Lowdon, Helen Clark, Abi Purdy, Lauren Pymm and Charlotte Hoganson all on target.

Ponteland maintained joint second spot defeating Blyth Spartans on their way. Kody Green, Kay Louise Milner, Toni Harvey and Charlotte Pill scoring for Ponteland while Ashlee May and Abby Wilson were on target for Spartans.

In I League Newcastle Rangers held on to their unbeaten record but only just thanks to a 3-2 defeat of Hexham Erin Middlton, Kate Wood and Beth Milne scoring the winners.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Geographic Code:5JAMA
Date:Nov 4, 2006
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