Durham Alliance Combination League: Three and easy as holders Hall Farm Glasshus start Minor Cup defence in style

Holders Hall Farm Glasshus made comfortable progress in the Durham County Minor Cup, beating visitors Heighington 3-0.

Friday, 13th October 2017, 8:45 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 5:17 am

Martin Hope, Reece McEwan and sub Tom Foster notched for Farm, with Adam Elliott starring.

Farringdon Detached succumbed 6-1 to league leaders Horden Community Welfare as the newcomers met for the second week in a row.

Peter Crawford’s hat-trick sparked Horden, with Hayden Pace, Craig Harbord and Dan Johnson also notching.

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Carl Burns struck for Farra, with Jamie Kemp man of the match.

Hylton Sports Club edged past West Auckland Tunns, winning 5-4 on penalties following a close-fought 2-2 draw.

Man of the match Michael Kennedy and Liam Barnett hit Hylton’s goals, while Stephen Brunskill and Michal Donohue struck for Tunns, with Liam Porter starring.

Wheatley Hill WMC proved too strong for visitors Crook Wanderers, with star man Joe Smith, Lee Westgarth, Richard Carr and Nathan Stoker also on target.

Durham City Reserves enjoyed a convincing 5-1 success at Wearhead United.

Jarrow Reserves lost 1-0 at home to Wear Valley SC, with Josh Wong their top performer, while Seaton United also went out to Crook and District League opposition, 4-2 at Newton Aycliffe Navy Club.

Liam Imray and Chris Stead netted for United.