Last Orders serve up six of the best to Harbour View

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The Harbour View were on the end of a 6-0 drubbing against Redhouse Last Orders in the First Division clash.

A tight game was expected, but Last Orders were on form and goals from Waddle, Newton and braces from Stokoe and Richardson.

In the Second Division, Ryan Noble finished this game with a hat-trick as TC FC beat AFC Wearside 6-3.

Dean Smith (2) and Andrew Davison completed the scoring for TC FC.

John Thubron bagged a brace as Stumble Inn defeated Washington New Tavern 2-0.

Martin Telfer Carpet gained three points with a 4-2 victory over Penshaw CC in the Third Division.

Henderson scored two goals to for the Carpets, but Penshaw replied through Snelling.

It was a close game until the Carpetmen took control. Brooke and James Knight hit goals to increase the lead and Kris Kane hit another for Penshaw, but they could do no more.

The points were shared in an eight-goal thriller between Millview CIU and Washington Colliery.

Millview had a great start after Conlin hit a quickfire brace, but Colliery took the lead when Naisbett, McIntrye and McCully all scored before the break.

Millview got back into the game after two strikes by Alhajeri put them in front once again.

However, Kyle Dinsdale fired a late goal for the Colliery to earn his side a point

Micky Wharton hit a hat-trick in Board Inn’s 8-0 stroll over Sunderland Railway Club.

However, Jordan Dagg fired in four goals goals to really put the Railway Club out of their misery. Sam Whigham rounded off the scoring.

In the Fourth Division, East Rainton are sitting pretty at the top of as their unbeaten league form continues.

Wear United ran out 5-1 winners with Jon Gaunt (2), Lee Gaunt, Fletcher and Andy Shepherd all scoring, with Parkin hitting United’s reply.

Jonny Atkinson was on hand to hit a hat-trick for Wearmouth CW Juniors as they produced a convincing performance to win 5-1 over Ryhope CW.

Huntley and Conlin finished the scoring for Wearmouth as Dan Pattison scored Ryhope’s reply.

Daryll Atkinson put the Saltgrass to the sword with two goals after taking advantage of poor defending by The Saltgrass.

In the Durham County Cup, the Jolly Potters came out on top in the all Sunderland tie against The Victory Club, winning 5-2.

Calvert bagged a brace for the Victory Club, but the Potters were on form as Paul Webster and Steve Wilson both hit doubles, with the final goal coming from Lewis Dodd.