Durham Sunday League: Burnmoor push Bowburn hard

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BURNMOOR JFC put up a fine effort before being pipped 4-3 by Bowburn Athletic in the D&P Trophies Knockout Trophy second round.

Anth Armstrong, Grant Craig and James Thompson notched for the hosts, but Alex Quinn, Connor Slater, Kyle Quinn and Richard Brown gave Athletic the edge. Keeper Jabez Gray stood out for Burnmoor.

Ferryhill Celtic came from behind to beat Bede Lodge SC 2-1 in the Stepy’s Coaches President’s Trophy.

Patrick Harrington had Bede on top, but Jonathan Agar and Luke Thompson turned it around.

In a fourth round tie, Luke Anderson’s treble steered Waldridge Park home 7-2 against Esh Winning Cricket Club.

Chris Days (2), Liam Scanlin and Lloyd McGee also notched, with Paul Taylor hitting both consolations.

Pelton RAOB outgunned Chester Britannia 6-0 in the Castle Insurance Alan Smith Memorial Trophy quarter-finals.

Kevin Dixon’s clinical hat-trick was supported by Michael Graver (2) and Adam Quigley.

Sedgefield St Edmund’s beat Chilton WMC 3-0 with second-half strikes from John Maddison, Steven Flockett and Andrew Beamson.

Newton Aycliffe WMC won 5-2 at Coxhoe WMC to reach quarter-finals, with Kieran Megran and Robert Moncur hitting doubles. Liam Cooper also notched.

Dubmire WMC secured a 3-1 JD Taxis Guards Cup second round victory over Kelloe Davy Lamp, who had David Taylor sent off.

Shaun Dower replied to efforts from Elsdon Thompson, Stephen Donkin and Michael Donkin.

Pelton Crown rallied to edge home 2-1 at Lumley Snooker Club, who deservedly led at the break thanks to Ben Haddock’s strike. Liam Mitchell levelled after a defensive error then won it right on time.