Sunderland Sunday League: Plainsy’s Kane able to avoid shock

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HUMBLEDON and Plains Farm’s Durham County Sunday Cup success at Hendersons Butchers will go down in folklore, with 16 goals scored, including five against the reigning FA Sunday Cup holders.

First Division Hendersons took a stunning 3-0 lead when Jack Devlin ran Plainsy’s defence ragged and hit two goals, with Carl Old nodding home a third.

Gary Shields and Kane rallied Humbledon, who were given a lift when a poor tackle saw livewire Devlin go off.

Butchers went further ahead at 5-2 with goals from Stoker and Addison, but things changed with 30 minutes to go when Richie Jordan got his second yellow card, reducing them to 10 men.

Plainsy hit back when Kane hit his second, then Butchers thought their luck was in as Coghlan missed a penalty, but their joy was shortlived as Kane again claimed his hat-trick and Kyle Fryatt scored at the death to take the game to extra time.

The visitors’ comeback clearly deflated the Butchers as Plainsy overran them and fired six more goals past keeper Bussey.

James Fairley and Coghlan netted, then O’Neill put a penalty away, but goal machine Paul Kane hit another hat-trick to take his tally to six in the game.

Farringdon ISL were knocked out 3-1 at Peterlee Sunday League leaders Horden CW Supporters, and they could have been beaten by a bigger margin but for some impressive saves. Thompson hit Farringdon’s goal

Myers just scraped through 5-4 against Consett Scotch Arms, but they needed extra time to do it.

Lewis Turnbull was the star man throughout and had a hand in most of the goals. Stephen Moody grabbed two, with Danny Hill, Pearson and Andy Field also netting.

RCA Grangetown Florists enjoyed an easy 3-0 win over Easington HMS Victory, with Place, Norton and Thompson on target.

Gavin “safe hands” Donnelly earned another man of the match award with a fine display in Florists’ goal.

The Ashbrooke put up a spirited performance against former County Cup winners Hetton Lyons CC but went down 3-1.

Mark Green notched their goal, but they made things hard for themselves as Martin Deacon saw red when the game was level

Silksworth Paragon advanced with a hard-fought 2-0 win over Easington CIU.

Nath Burrell shone throughout and hit a well deserved goal, with Lewis Herron’s long-ranger sealing the deal.

South Hylton Potters won through 3-2 at Washington Cross Keys, thanks to goals from Maw, Curtis and Harper.

Hylton Castle TWR had a convincing 6-1 victory over South Shields Riverside.

Adam Drysdale saw the Tynesiders off with a hat-trick and Kev Gordon grabbed a goal for 4-0.

Riverside pulled one back, but further goals from Monson and Karl Jarvis made sure of TWR’s success.

Witton Park Rose and Crown were just too strong for visitors Ryhope Top House and brushed them aside with ease.

Ryhope had Young and Finnon replying in a 5-2 defeat.