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Non-League round-up.

Byline: By Malcolm Pratt

West Allotment Celtic missed the opportunity to go third in the Arngrove Northern League First Division when they lost by the only goal at Horden CW last night.

Andy Bowes struck on 29 minutes heading home a corner by Darren Atkinson.

Alnwick Town remain second bottom of Division Two following a 3-1 defeat at Norton and Stockton Ancients where they took the lead after 16 minutes as Ian Common rounded goalkeeper Jamie Todd and fired into an empty net.

Alnwick were rocked as Tyson Masters scored two goals within a minute and their hopes ended 11 minutes from time when Martin Thompson headed Norton's third goal.

Morpeth Town reached the second round of the ANL League Cup with a 3-1 victory at Brandon United who scored first through Chris Lawson.

The visitors equalised within a minute through Chris Rue and took the tie with second-half strikes by Michael Latimer and Andy Bowman. Thornaby defeated Northallerton Town 4-1 in the second round after Stephen Cochrane had given the visitors an advantage by scoring first. Chris Lynch, Neil Campbell, Michael Jameson and Nicky Mohan all netted to steer Thornaby home.

Spennymoor Town went through to the second round of the Craven Cup with a 2-1 success at Guisborough Town.

Justin Perry and Andrew Gibson were on target for Spennymoor with Callum Reavley replying for Guisborough.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Nov 17, 2005
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