Beaten Mill just cannot keep out of Harm's way; STANDARD SECURITY BLYTH AND WANSBECK SUNDAY LG.
ASHINGTON RAOB reached the semi-finals of the NFA Sunday Cup with a 2-1 win over Billy Mill of the Cramlington and District Sunday League.
Kyle Downey put the Buffs one up with a shot from the edge of the box and former Durham cricketer Ben Harmison increased their lead.
Billy Mill pulled a goal back with just minutes remaining.
Amble Tavern's last-four clash at Haltwhistle Jubilee was called off earlier in the week and has been rearranged for Sunday, October 23.
Before that, Tavern are in FA Sunday Cup action against Witton Park Rose and Crown on Sunday at Morpeth's Craik Park (2.00).
In the first round of the George Davison Cup, North Shields Pineapple secured a 6-2 home victory over Ellington Plough.
Charlie Thompson and Jay Dalton bagged braces and Chris English and Jordan Marshall completed the scoring.
Jack Philips and Max Robinson replied for the Plough.
There were four games in round two of the Alan Davison Cup.
Ashington Sporting Club were no match for a rampant High Street, who triumphed 10-2. Robert Watt and Calum Mulligan netted for the Sporting Club, Anthony Goldie with seven for the Street and further goals from Duane Dunn, Eoin Ridley and Chris Laidlaw.
Bebside Inn also went through with a 6-1 success against visitors Ashington Station Lounge.
Daniel McDonald nabbed the consolation for the Lounge, strikes for the Bebside from Martin Kelly (2), Jason Hamilton, David Long, Martin Robinson and Joe MacDonnell.
Bedlington Market Tavern prevailed 3-0 at home against Newsham Victory. On target for the Tavern were Calum Donohoe, Kieron Eagan and Reece Farrell.
Broomhill North End Trap came through 2-1 against Marden Residents.
Trap took the lead with a penalty from Kevin Bell but Barry Buckley pulled the Residents level.
However, a defensive mistake proved the Residents' downfall as Darren Smith grabbed the winner.
Earsdon Red Lion triumphed 2-1 against Blyth Town Sunday in the Premier Division.
Ryan Walton and Michael Butcher notched for the Lion, Blyth Town's response courtesy of Ross Gilchrist.
Ashington RAOB, in red, on their way to the semi-finals of the NFA Sunday Cup wth a 2-1 victory over Billy Mill. Pictures: STEVE MILLER
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|Date:||Oct 13, 2016|
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