McQuillan’s brace Guides the way

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Guide Post outgunned Farringdon Detached to make good progress into the second round of the Durham County Minor Cup.

Guide Post outgunned Farringdon Detached to make good progress into the second round of the Durham County Minor Cup.

Post triumphed 5-2, with a double from Adam McQuillan, supported by efforts from Gareth Johnson, Kris Golden and Michael Curry.

Hall Farm lost out 5-4 in a thriller to go out at Darlington Travellers Rest after extra time.

Two-goal Martin Hope, Carl Burns and Richy Timm all netted for Farm.

Sunderland University came back from two goals down to win 3-2 against Crook Wanderers 3-2.

David Whitehead’s header and an own goal had Uni in trouble, but it was a different story in the second half as Matty Lyons changed the formation and the students hit back through Cameron Ferris.

Ollie Watt levelled before Nick Aiston grabbed a dramatic winner after coming on as a sub minutes before.

Whitburn Village fended off battling Washington AFC 4-3 to squeeze through, while Hartlepool Reserves beat Evenwood Town 4-0.

Oddies earned a 3-1 home win against Killingworth YPC.

Michael Bulmer’s brace and a Martin Thompson strike did the trick, with Dan Cartwright replying.

Table-toppers Durham City Reserves were handed a lesson in finishing as they crashed to a 4-0 defeat at Redcar Town.

Jeremy Allen starred for City but could not prevent a convincing loss, as Ryan Bennions (2), Jamie Lee and Andrew Bell steered the Teessiders home.

Coundon and Leeholme showed absolutely no mercy to newcomers Seaham New Westlea, romping to an incredible 20-0 away win.

Paul Bailes hit seven for ruthless Coundon, backed by five Connor Hughes goals and a Wayne Whitfield hat-trick. Kurt Matthews (2), Chris Howe, Morghan Claydon and Scott Hastie also notched.

In midweek, sub Liam Bain’s hat-trick steered Bishop Auckland Reserves home 9-1 against Farringdon Detached, with Dale Sadler, Reed Molloy, Liam Gill, Alex Cantwell, Scott Fitzgerald and Shaun Pickford also on target.

Durham City Reserves were also big victors as they thumed Whitburn Village 8-0. Mathew Huntley’s hat-trick was backed by Kyle Patton (2), Craig Mountain, Jeremy Allen and Michael Webster.

Seaham New Westlea were overwhelmed 9-0 at Brandon United Development.