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MORPETH Mighty Oaks moved into second place in Division One by defeating YAV Sunderland 5-2. Within 25 minutes of the start they were 4-0 up, Harry Campbell and Lewis Tanney both bagging braces.

YAV came out fighting after the break and scored twice through Shumon Rahman and Deonte Jam.

Josh Bell nabbed a late goal as Oaks squeezed in between leaders Stockton Salvation Army and third-placed Jubilee Church Teesside.

Saint John's Snod's Edge triumphed 5-2 at Heaton Saints.

The Newcastle team took the lead after just five minutes through Dan Embelton.

Minutes before half-time Joe Ashworth equalised for Saint John's.

Two minutes after the restart Ashworth registered his second to fire Saint John's in front.

Lee Findley, Dean Adams and Jack Henderson all scored to give Saint John's the points.

In Blyth, Family Church drew 4-4 with Hope Church Sunderland.

Lewis Turnbull put Church in front within 15 minutes and three minutes later Adam Henshall made it 2-0. Andrew Reid increased the advantage to 3-0 before halftime.

Blyth came out with guns blazing in the second half and within two minutes Carl Philips-Dixon had pulled a goal back.

Reece Halliday and Brooklyn Mole squared the match at 3-3 but, with all the hard work done, Blyth let in Church - who went back into the lead through Henshall.

With the match moving into the last five minutes, Scott Reynolds scored to ensure a draw.

North Shields Community Christians progrssed into the quarter-finals of the National Christian Cup with a 5-3 result after extra time against Manchester outfit Kings Church.

Kings went ahead, only for Adrian Wood to equalise.

Again King Church went in front and again minutes later Mitchell Renny levelled to take the game into extra time.

Wood, Renney and Luke Parker then struck to seal victory for the North Tynesiders.

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 29, 2019
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