Sunderland Sunday League: Carpets floor outgunned GBSC

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MARTIN Telfer Carpets earned another great win, thumping much-fancied GBSC 5-1 in Division Four.

Jon Moore and Steve Trotter both hit doubles and Troy Metcalfe got the next. Dodds replied for GBSC, who had Fletcher sent off to cap a miserable day.

Jordan Ridley was star man as he hit four goals for Ashbrooke Sports Club in an 11-3 romp at Sunderland Railway Club.

Ashmore, Ross and Brannen rallied Railway, but Ashbrooke proved too strong and Collinson (2), Michael Brown (2), Robson, Simpson and Hull sank the home side.

New Town went goal crazy over Jollies in a 9-2 rout.

Mhlanga hit a hat-trick and further goals from brothers Charlie and Elliott Salichi, Hennis, Winlow, King and Milburn put Jollies to the sword, with Tom Basley rhitting both consolations.

Millfield Oddies just edged a 4-2 win at Oddfellows Arms, who had Gardner and Naylor on target. Dan Wilson was in fine form with a hat-trick for Oddies, backed by Shane Smith.

Unite New Herrington Club were not at the races as Tunstall Titans cruised five ahead through Smithson (2), Reynolds (2) and Donnelly before Price and Smith cut the gap.

Washington Last Orders were outplayed throughout by Washington Colliery in their Third Division derby, with Young, Price (2), Kelly, Cumming and Liam Martin clinching a 6-0 romp.

In another derby, Washington New Tavern drew 3-3 with Washington Wetherspoons, hitting back three times through Corrigan, Patterson and Jay Booth.

Hendon blew a two-goal lead, earned by Clayton Davis’s brace to let Ryhope Railway Inn back in.

Vincent and McConville got Railway level, but Hendon’s persistence paid off and Keith Reay hit a late strike to maintain their winning streak.

Andy Donnelly and Josh Campbell earned AFC Wearside a 2-1 win at The Dolphin, with Chris Wilkin replying.

Redhouse Last Orders’ 3-1 First Division success against Thorney Close Inn was marred by a rush of yellow cards and a red.

Redhouse took advantage when Thorney Close went a man down when Gary Butts was given his marching orders. Paul Stokoe grabbed a brace, then Craig Collins reduced the deficit but Gav Quinn finished Thorney off with a fine strike.

Humbledon & Plains Farm made hard work of their 2-1 Premier Division win over Silksworth Paragon as they had Nath O’Neill sent off. Jonny Davis and Mark Davison, though, scored, with Mark Swindle replying late on.

In the only Second Division match, Dan Defty was man of the match, having a hand in all three Willow Pond goals in a 3-1 victory at Mill View SC.

Julio Arca, Grant Callander and Andrew Smith netted, with Ferguson responding.