Sunderland Sunday League: Grimes and punishment for Westmount as Grange Park go seven up

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Grange Park moved five points clear at the top of Division Three after a 7-0 rout of Westmount.

Shaun Fisk hit his usual double, matched by Liam Grimes, with Nathan Crighton, Kieran Smith and Nathan Groom also on target. Joe Reynolds shone for hapless Westmount.

Silksworth Catholic Club’s title hopes suffered a blow as they could only manage a 5-5 draw at Park View.

Robby Robson hit a brace for View, backed by Jordon Southern, Jack Callaghan and an own goal.

Catholic’s Daniel Pattison bagged another double, followed by Gav McAnaneys effort. Dean Smart and Brogan Smith also notched.

TC won 5-3 at depleted Wear United to dash the hosts’ hopes of a third straight win.

Mark Doleman finished a swift move for United’s opener, but Dom Slater’s tasty free-kick and a deflected Matthew McKenzie set piece turned it around, and Carl Young made it 3-1.

Mick Smith’s sublime, backheeled finish and a Luke Tate header twice got Wear within one, but Young’s second and a Peter Naisry strike, after a goalkeeping mistake, ensured TC’s triumph.

Darren Flynn starred for TC, with Stephen Keogh best for the hosts.

Wearmouth CW Juniors got back to winning ways, thrashing Millfield Free Gardeners 8-3.

Abdulrahman Alhajeri struck early and Gary Stoker hit two, before Kian Walton’s shot took the pegs out.

Gardeners managed to pull three goals back, thanks to Anthony Murtha and Luke Currie’s header. But Wearmouth made sure of the win as Chris Hollern plundered a hat-trick.

Lewis Fairley celebrated his earlier victory in the ring with a clinical goal for The Park.

That buoyed his team on to a comfortable win, but star man was goal machine Michael Pattison, who fired a hat-trick on his debut.

Connor Gales, Josh Johnstone and Phil Conlin finished the scoring, with Kris Kane and Jonathan Snelling replying.

Millfield Oddies hold the bragging rights as they were rampant winners in the Hylton Road derby. at Railway Tavern.

Tony Ganley inspired his side to another victory, with Paul Maw banging in a hat-trick and Dylan Jardin hitting a double.

It was more of the same in the second period, with Chris McKeon, Ryan Pearson and Chris Robins making it eight. Michael Dawson impressed for Railway.

First Division leaders Victoria Gardens produced more of the same with another easy win, 8-1 at The Stumble Inn.

Martin Hope hit a treble, backed by David “Busta” Paul (2), Callum Hope (2) and a Scott Bulmer own goal. Corey Steel ran the show for Stumble and set up John Thubron for his consolation.

Hendon put Willow Pond to the sword with an 8-1 hammering, staying level with Gardens.

Star man Keith Reay hit four and Clayton Davis claimed a double before Kyle Reay replied. Callum Redpath and Brad “the don” Davis finished Hendon’s scoring.

The Lansdowne produced their best performance of the season to get one over on Ashbrooke Sports Club in a 2-0 victory.

Lansdowne started well and the excellent Lewis Lynch struck first. Ashbrooke keeper Dan Hunter saw red after handling outside the box and the visitors capitalised, Dean Gordon wrapping up a fourth successive win.

Nathan Renton shone for Ashbrooke, Shaun Smith for Lansdowne.

Colin Farquhar’s TC Plastics recorded another thumping win, with The Royal Marine the recipients.

Callum Hellens, Kieron Stokoe, Josh Farquhar, Corey Bell, Paul Stokoe, Luke Bell and Ian Canavan all notched in a 7-0 cruise. Aidan Raeburn stood out for Marine.

Jolly Potters halted Thorney Close Inn’s mini revival with a close 3-2 win. Gaz Baker, Paul Webster and Martin Cullen did the damage, with Kris Johnson and Martin Jackson on target for Thorney, who had James Gordon sent off.

Andy McIntyre claimed a great hat-trick as Washington Colliery beat Martin Telfer Carpets 4-0 to move joint top in Division Two.

Ian Coverdale stood out for the Carpetmen, but Jonny Roberts made sure of Colliery’s win.

Paul Corlett continued his excellent scoring form for Pennywell Comrades as they held New Town to a 2-2 draw.

He hit both for the visitors before Andrew Laidler and Mark Emmerson hauled New Town level.

Dan Warris starred for New Town, with Jordan Howell best for Comrades.

Comrades, Colliery and The Stella are all level on 15 points, though the latter have two games in hand.

The Lakeside struggled to field a team and had to call upon one of their wounded, Paul Stephenson, to take one for the team and go in goal.

This was music to the ears of the Victory Club as they found the net with ease, winning 6-1.

Rob Calvert, James Smiles (3), Reuben Thompson and Steven Jackson struck, while Jordan Pfendt responded.