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Pots and Slots get a final spot.

BLYTH& WANSBECK SUNDAY LEAGUE WANSBECK Pots and Slots booked their place in the George Davison Cup final with a hardfought semi-final win away to Ashington Grand.

The Grand found the visiting keeper Luke Glasper in outstanding form keeping them at bay with some outstanding saves. Goals from Richard Hall and Stephen Frater settled the tie. David Jones was star man for the Grand.

In the semi-finals of the JD Marnock Cup, Forest Hall met Red Lion Eardson, with Stakeford Cherry Tree taking on Blyth South Beach.

Red Lion and Blyth South Beach won through to the final.

Forest Hall and Red Lion went all the way to penalties before the Lion won 5-4 - Forest Hall's third shootout sickener this season.

Joe Kennedy scored for Forest Hall, with Paul Noon on target for the Lion in normal time.

The Cherry Tree put up a brave fight against the Beach before going down 2-0. Adam McTaggart was star man for the Cherry Tree.

Goals for the Beach came from Steven Craig and Cutis Miller. Ryan McKee was their star man.

Only two games were played in the Premier Division. Cramlington Phoenix just overcame New Delaval and Newsham by the only goal scored by Louie Sneddon. Star players were Ross Chambers for the Phoenix, with Stephen Forrester for the Newsham side.

High Street was heading for a point at home against Ashington Bubbles. However, they conceded two late goals to go down 5-3. On target for the Street was Kyle Sutton (2) and star man Anthony Goldie. Leading the scoring for Bubbles was Kris Allington with a hat-trick. Further goals came from Brent Aisbitt and Anthony Wright. Craig Penny was their star man.

In Division, One Marden Residents went down at home 5-2 against Ashington White House. Goals for the Residents came from Grant Richardson and Mark Hunter. Liam Parr was their star player.

Scoring doubles for the White House were Andrew McLennen and Gary Brotherton. Gavin Armstrong scored their other goal. Gary Brotherton was their star man.

Newbiggin Bankhouse won again at home, this time 2-0 against Blyth Isabella Colliery. Wayne Grassie was star man for the Isabella.

On target for the Bankhouse were David Jobson and Kevin Halliday. Once again, Karl Davison was their star man.

Newsham Victory and AE Phoenix produced a thriller of a game as they shared six goals and the points. On target for the Vic were Scott Bushby (2) and Brenden Ruane. Kevin Chapman, with a hat-trick, replied for the Phoenix.

Blyth Last Orders shuffled their side around for this fixture at home against Cramlington Green.

However, they came unstuck when they went down 3-0. Chris McCartney was star man for Last Orders. Goals for the Green came from star man Mark Herron (2) and Karl Boughen.

Tomorrow the league is holding its first cup final at Bedlington Terriers' ground.

The Alan Davison final will be between Ashington Bubbles United and Burradon and New Fordley (kick-off 10.30am).

The league is looking for teams for next season. Contact league secretary Frank Scantlebury on 07939 102 986, or email frankscantlebury@yahoo.co.uk

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 29, 2014
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