Sunderland Sunday League: Hero Tyzack’s joy of six routs luckless Mountain Daisy

Royal Marine (yellow and blue) take on Burnside WMC in the Durham Sunday Cup.

Royal Marine (yellow and blue) take on Burnside WMC in the Durham Sunday Cup.

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Gary Tyzack produced a fantastic goalscoring display for Sunderland Railway Club, netting six times in a 12-2 rout of Mountain Daisy F&M Underdogs in Division Three.

Bradley Timm plundered a hat-trick, with James O’Brien (2) and Ross Taylor also on target. Cowley and Shane Smith replied.

Martin Telfer Carpets edged home 6-5 against Mill View CIU, who had been in cruise control at 3-0, thanks to Alhageri (2) and Aaron Sproat.

Michael Colling’s red card turned the game, giving Carpets hope. Brooke, Coleman, Hodgson and Knight scored to put them in front. Mill View levelled through Craig Charlton, but the Carpetmen hit back through Simpson and Trotter.

Charlton hit a second for Mill View, but they missed out 6-5.

Ian Usher dcored an early to give Lakeside SSC hope, but Board Inn responded in style to run out 5-1 winners. Adam Frame fired a quick hat-trick, followed by efforts from Michael Hackett and Sam Whigham.

Ashbrooke Sports Club are still in free-scoring mode after outgunning Kings Arms 6-1.

Josh Perry and Michael Brown both hit braces, with Matty Teasdale and David Dixon also netting. Robbie Wilson scored in vain for Kings Arms.

The Lansdowne are finding their form and recorded another convincing win, 7-1 at Washington Colliery.

Hope-Hindmarsh, Lewis Lynch and Marc Ruddock all bagged doubles, with sub Liam Mutimer rounding off the scoring. Phil Page replied.

O’Brien Waste Recycling pipped Oddies 4-3 to rise to the top of Division One, following an amazing recent turnaround.

Man of the match Steven Anderson grabbed a double, with David Fairs and Gavin Murton making sure of the win. Oddies had a good go and managed to pull three goals back, but an equaliser elided them.

The Vane Arms are proving to be very consistent this season and it was more of the same as they earned another red card, though it didn’t cost them against Redhouse Last Orders.

Donkin, Cushingham and Ben Stokoe secured a 3-2 Vane win. After Mark Wasey saw red, Redhouse hit back through Craig Richardson and Paul Stokoe.

Harbour View won a 10-goal thriller 6-4 at Ryhope Top House, in a great game for the neutral.

Paul Muir fired a treble and Sam Hopper also struck for Harbour View, but Top House rallied with Rob McConnell (2), Slee and Crisp drawing them level. View made changes and Stewart and Stoker both came up trumps to seal all three points.

Welcome Tavern lost out in a 4-3 thriller against lively AFC Wearside in Division Two.

Star man Seldon was on the scoresheet again for Welcome, but Wearside were too strong and braces from Richard Wright and star man David Gollagly sealed the win.

TC Plastics totally outclassed hapless Dolphin, storming to a 12-1 away succes, with Josh Farquhar grabbing a memorable five-goal haul.

Star man Luke Bell hit four before Jordan Sweeney netted Dolphin’s consolation. Stoker, Tench and Powell finished the rout.

Jack McConville, Craig Vincent, Glyn Lamb and Dean Machin all struck as Ryhope Railway Inn easily beat The Stumble Inn 4-1, with Ross Antliff replying late on.

Craig Neal’s brace for Washington New Tavern clinched a 2-0 success at TC, whose star man was Mather. Scott Turnes shone for Tavern.

Hylton Castle TWR earned a hard-fought 4-2 Premier Division win at RCA Grangetown Florists to move top of the table on goal difference.

Lee Cresswell and super Kevin Gordon both hit braces for Hylton, while Andy Place grabbed a double for RCA.

Myers brushed South Hylton Potters aside with ease in a one-sided affair, hitting six goals without reply.

Man of the match Stephen Moody grabbed a hat-trick, with Dan Hill (2) and stalwart Neil Blue, with a well-taken goal, making it six.

Farringdon ISL’s star man, Adam Johnston, started the scoring in a 3-1 win over Silksworth Paragon, lobbing keeper Smith. James Parkinson nodded home to increase Farra’s lead, then Luke Richardson made it three after a great solo run. Lewis Herron found the top corner from 18 yards to cut the deficit.

Millfield Oddies, 8-3 winners against Ryhope CW, are doing well and may have a say in the Fourth Division promotion race.

Liam Brown grabbed a hat-trick, supported by Rafal Jackow (2), Tony Barrs, Stephen Bowley and Chris McKeon, while Callum Snowball hit a treble in consolation.

Victoria Gardens ran out 3-2 winners in their top-of-the-table clash at East Rainton.

Gardens were 2-0 up through Keith “Smooth” Lonsdale and Stephen Devlin, but Rainton hit two quick goals from Kurtis Anderson and Jonathon Gaunt to level. Kevin Humble, though, fired Gardens’ winner.

An excellent fightback from Hendon Athletic secured a 9-4 win at a youthful Saltgrass side.

Martin Hope is on fire at the moment and he nodded Hendon in front, but Saltgrass took advantage of errors to lead 3-1, courtesy of Young (2) and Barnes.

But Hendon started to play and Hope took his chances to guide Hendon 4-3 in front by half-time. Keeper Leeming kept Athletic at bay before Lewis Fairley equalised at 4-4 with a fine volley.

The Hendon gaffer made changes and they paid off as Hope fired another two goals to take his tally to six. Man of the match Martin Deacon ran the defence ragged and fired a double, including an excellent strike into the top corner after beating men for fun in the box. Richie Timm’s penalty made it nine.

Park View are shipping goals this season, but Woodlands had to work hard for their 4-1 win. Brown responded to strikes from Arthurs, Longstaff and Steven Freeman (2).

Wearmouth CW Juniors drew 1-1 with Wear United, with Atkinson and former Sunderland forward Chris Brown the respective marksmen.