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AN ADAM Sharp header moved Hebburn Town Reserves to the top of the Wearside League table as they took the honours in the South Tyneside derby against Harton and Westoe CW. Adam Storey hit a hat-trick to help Silksworth CW move up to third with an 8-0 demolition of a Coxhoe side that are now the only team in the league without a win this season.

Harry Munday and James Cook both scored twice and an own goal gave Silksworth their biggest win of the campaign and moved them up to third in the table.

West Auckland Tunns continued their recent improvement as they came away from Hartlepool FC with all three points.

Ash Clarke's brace wasn't enough for the hosts because goals from Liam Blighe, Rhys Porter and Glenn Hendrix helped move the Tunns up to ninth in the table.

Gateshead Leam Rangers produced their best display of the season to win 5-1 at Horden CW. Dean MacCallum scored twice and further goals from Shaun Bell, Robbie Hayes and Carl Taylor gave Anthony Huddart's side an impressive three points.

Boldon CA finally claimed their first league win of the season at the eighth attempt by coming out on top in a seven-goal thriller at Darlington Town.

Samuel Richardson hit a hat-trick and Luke Robinson got the other goal in a 4-3 win that handed Sean Butler his first win as Boldon manager.

Wolviston continued their impeccable start to the campaign by knocking Sunderland West End out of the Total Sport Alan Hood Charity Cup at the Preliminary Round stage.


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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Sep 3, 2018
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