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Redcar take the honours in thriller.

THE Lou Moore Trophy kicked off last Saturday.

Redcar Newmarket edged a fivegoal thriller against Stockton West End. Carl Williams and Josh Haley notched for West End, but Ryan Hodgson's brace and Chris Hodgson's goal saw Newmarket progress. It was even closer at Grangetown Boys Club, where visitors Bedale won after a sudden death penalty shoot out. Michael Pickles put the hosts ahead on four minutes.

Lewis Lumley levelled moments into the second half and Dale won the shoot out 5-4. Staithes Athletic surprised Yarm & Eaglescliffe 2-1. Aaron Dale and Ryan Thompson notched for the Coblemen. Jack Dalton had pulled Yarm level.

Staithes' neighbours Fishburn Park lost out by the same score.

Hosts BEADS progressed as Ash McCarthey and Liam Knight found the net.

Boro Rangers took their recent league form into the cup, beating Stokesley Sports Club 3-1. Paul Blake, Jake Large and Joel Guy netted for Rangers. Steve Todd's Stokesley hit back through Isaac Walker. St Mary's 1947 brushed aside struggling Thirsk Falcons 5-1. Saints had Lewis Kaid scoring twice with further goals from Jonny Squires, Ben Cotts and Paul Vaughan.

Redcar Town thumped Kader 6-0. Ryan Bennions fired four, with Jack Chapman and Stu Poulter also on target.

North Riding League Division One action saw Tees Valley Tigers thrash Loftus FC 14-1. Dominic Ellington helped himself to eight goals, Joel Henderson and Felix Bucuresteano hit braces, with Florien Bucuretano and Lee Arif also netting.

Ben Robson (4) and Joe Martin (3) hit hat-tricks as leaders Stokesley Athletic put 11 past Middlesbrough Rovers. Steve Drinkwater, Alex Howe and subs Rob Bell and Alex Grainge completed the scoring.

Harry Smith, Luke Harrison and Jord Purvis scored but Whitby Fishermen were held 3-3 at Lythe, by Loftus Athletic. Jordan Rowe scored twice and Matt Griffin ensured a share of the spoils.

Andy Carr and James Field struck for Boro Rangers Reserves in a 2-2 draw with fellow newcomers Lealholm. Jaime Nicholson and Will Stewart-Cross replied.

Second-placed Redcar Athletic Reserves won 4-0 at New Marske. Alex Maphosa bagged a brace, with Luke Richardson and Owen Clarkson hitting the back of the net also. The Under 19 Divison kicked off on Sunday. There were two big wins as Grangetown Boys Club battered Hartlepool Pools Youth 10-1 and Kader Athletic were thumped 9-1 at home by Northallerton Town.

The Women's Division also started the same day. Jessica Johnson's hat-trick helped Catterick Garrison to a 5-0 win over Brompton. Anneke Hill and Luren Downing also scored.

The day's other clash saw Redcar Athletic Ladies beat Town's equivalent in the Redcar derby. Victoria Sleight and Courtney Taylor bagged two goals apiece in a 4-1 Athletic success.

Lou Moore Trophy: Beads 2-1 Fishburn Park, Grangetown Boys Club 1-1P Bedale AFC, Redcar Newmarket 3-2 Stockton West End, Redcar Town 6-0 Kader Mens, Staithes Athletic 2-1 Yarm & Eaglescliffe, Stokesley Sports Club 1-3 Boro Rangers, Thirsk Falcons 1-5 St Marys 1947 North Riding Football League First Division: Boro Rangers Reserves 2-2 Lealholm, New Marske 0-4 Redcar Athletic Reserves, Stokesley Athletic 11-0 Middlesbrough Rovers, Tees Valley Tigers 14-1 Loftus FC, Whitby Fishermens Society 3-3 Loftus Athletic,.

Under 19 Division: Grangetown 10-1 Hartlepool Pools Youth, Kader Athletic 1-9 Northallerton Town Women's Division: Catterick Garrison 5-0 Brompton, Huntington P-P Harrogate Development, Poppleton P-P York St John University, Redcar Athletic 4-1 Redcar Town
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Sep 11, 2019
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