O’Brien Waste Recycling continued their winning streak, putting Ryhope Top House to the sword with a 10-2 cruise in Division One.
Gav Murton was on hand to score four goals, while star man Steve Anderson grabbed a hat-trick. Fairs, Taylor and Tench finished the scoring, while Eden and McConnell replied for Top House.
Gavin Quinn was given his marching orders for Harbour View and then the floodgates opened as Willow Pond romped to an 8-0 victory.
Connor Gales hit three, followed by a Neil McNulty hat-trick. Star man Stu Lawrence got the goal he deserved and Jake McDermott rounded off the scoring.
Redhouse Last Orders earned three easy points over a leggy Pennywell Comrades team. Marc Moon bagged a brace and Paul Stokoe scored a fine effort to give Redhouse the points.
Robert Thompson’s hat-trick, backed by an Adam Wasey strike, earned Vane Arms a 4-0 win at home to The Royal Marine. Mark Wasey and Liam Grant were the respective star men.
Farringdon ISL’s David Paul was at it again, hitting four goals himself past keeper Ryan Graham in a 7-1 Premier Division success at Myers.
New signing Ash Davis had a remarkable debut, grabbing a hat-trick, while Anth Rogerson scored a consolation.
Lewis Herron set Silksworth Paragon on their way to beating The Ashbrooke 6-2 with a well-taken treble. Olabode and Green got Ashbrooke back in the game, but Paragon were on form and further goals from McCabe, McCann and Young claimed the points.
Victoria Gardens extended their unbeaten streak after beating Saltgrass 5-1 with ease in Division Four.
Super Kev Humble hit a treble, backed by Devlin and Fisk, with Jack Barnes firing a late reply.
Millfield Oddies saw off Wearmouth CW Juniors 3-0, with Brown, Barrs and the Pallion Pirlo, Tony Ganley, all on the scoresheet.
Wear United earned a great 7-1 success over Park View, helped by Sheriff’s hat-trick. Star man Meikle hit a brace, with Bowman and Stevenson also on target, while Robinson responded.
East Rainton eased to an 8-0 romp at Ryhope CW, with man of the match Lee Gaunt hitting four goals. Craig Hennis and Kurtis Anderson added doubles.
Mill View CIU secured an important Third Division win over a poor Kings Arms side, with Booth and a Conlin brace doing the damage in a 3-0 victory, marred only by Sean Brook receiving his marching orders.
Rhys Jukes and Tommy Alderson both notched for Lansdowne early on, with their strikes proving enough to clinch a 2-0 win at Lakeside SSC. Paul Stephenson starred for Lakeside, and has just let John Hope-Hindmarsh out of his pocket!
Mountain Daisy F&M Underdogs, beaten 6-3 by Sunderland Railway Club, are still finding life hard. Timm, Tyzack, Agnew, Callaghan and a double from Newton-Eddy gave Railway the edge, despite replies from Cowley, Johnson and Calvert.
Martin Telfer Carpets drew 2-2 with The Board Inn. Dagg and Whigham struck for Board, but Knight and Simpson gave Carpets their point.
Jolly Potters’ 4-1 win over New Town was marred by a red card for each team, but the hosts still ran out good winners in Division Two.
McQuillan hit two for Potters. but Cameron Thomas replied. Further goals from Wilson and Ridley made the game safe.
Jason Calvert grabbed a brace for AFC Wearside as they went searching for all three points, but the never-say-die spirit of Welcome Tavern forced a 2-2 draw, with man of the moment Scott Seldon heading two late goals.
Ex-Sunderland forward Ryan Noble scored early on for TC, but it wasn’t to be enough as The Stumble Inn raced into a 3-1 lead, courtesy of Charlton (2) and Robson. Maher gave TC a lifeline, but Stumble held firm to win 3-2.
Ryhope Railway Inn enjoyed an easy day as they fired four unanswered goals past The Dolphin
Tommy Hackett hit the first, followed by Ben Rowland’s brace. Chris Grier rounded off the scoring with the last kick of the game.
Dale Spence did not have to pay his subs after his man-of-the-match display as Ryhope Foresters romped to a 13-0 victory at Chopwell Phoenix in the Durham County Sunday Cup. His six-goal salvo was well-supported by four Anth Young strikes, off the bench, with Davies (2) and Dan Armstrong finishing the demolition