Peterlee Sunday League: Quarmby packs a punch to inspire Easington Lane success

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John Quarmby grabbed a clinical hat-trick to lead Easington Lane WMC to a big win in the Tommy Burrell Memorial Cup.

John Purvis (2), Jordan Garside and Ryan Taylor also struck in a 7-2 rout of Trimdon Colliery Royal Albion, with Paul Wilkinson and Niall Salmon responding.

Tom Williams and Joe Taboun struck for Easington Welfare in a 5-2 loss to Seaham The George, who relied on Thomas Hobkirk (2) and Marc Ruddick’s treble.

Sub Arthur Dolan fired a superb hat-trick as Haswell Oddfellows Arms outgunned Peterlee Central Club 6-1, with Anthony Armstrong, Carl Stephenson and Ben Davies also on target. Lee Sennett replied.

Peterlee Hearts beat neighbours Acre Rigg SC 5-3 In the George Ivey Memorial Cup, thanks to John Ward (2), Christian Cole, Jarred Jones and Dave Kember. Scott Jackson (2) and sub Steve Benton replied.

New Seaham Conservative Club beat Peterlee Oaklands 8-5 in an epic, with Jonathan Roberts, Dan Gibson, Andy Readymarcher and Ryan Chambers all notching twice.

Scott Danks’ strike proved to be enough for Shotton Comrades to beat Easington CIU 1-0 in the Premier Division Cup.

In the John & Pat McManus Memorial Cup, Wingate Plough Inn saw off Seaham Phoenix 6-2.

Shotton Builders Warehouse moved to the top of Division One thanks to an emphatic 10-0 win against Hetton Social.

Michael Boardman’s brilliant four-timer was backed by Liam Beeston (2), Karl Garside (2), Dave Wilcox and Simon Ward.

Horden Cricket Club crashed 7-1 to Peterlee Catholic Club, with sub Ross Stephenson notching a hat-trick. Alan Smith (2), Shane O’Brien and Ben Pope also notched, with Kyle Johns replying.

FC Peterlee Moorcock had doubles from Dan Sennett and Michael Heckles in their 4-4 draw with South Hetton Cricket Club, whose marksmen were Liam Houghton (2), Nathan Anderson and Brandon Cook.

Dawdon Welfare Park maintained their 100 per cent Premier Division record, crushing Thornley Harry’s Bar 7-0. Robbie Bird’s hat-trick stole the show, backed by Andrew Beer, Kyle Bell, Dan Armstrong and an own goal.

Horden CW Supporters Club defeated Murton Park View 3-1, with Dave Gordon replying to strikes from two-goal Jack Pounder and Jonathan Monaghan.