Durham Alliance Combination League: Slick Hall Farm on cloud nine

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Hall Farm turned on the style to hit hosts Wallsend Town with a goal blitz, finishing up 9-0 winners.

Martin Hope and Dean Smith both plundered hat-tricks, backed by efforts from Alex Macdonald, Richard Timm and sub Lee Pearce.

Sherburn Village WMC maintained their impressive form surge with an excellent 2-0 victory at Coundon & Leeholme.

Glenn Hendrix came up trumps with a double for Sherburn, with Stephen Fisher man of the match. Kurt Matthews was the pick of Coundon’s team.

Wheatley Hill WMC hit six of the best to outgun Sunderland University 6-2 away, inspired by Lliam Cockerill’s hat-trick.

Brett Carr, Peter Crawford and John Davies all notched for Wheatley, whose star man was Joe Smith.

Leaders Durham City Reserves suffered a surprise setback, succumbing 2-1 at home to Hartlepool Reserves.

James Huntley notched for City, but Matthew Kelsey’s brace steered Pool home.

Farringdon Detached endured a nightmare as they crashed 6-1 at home to Killingworth YPC.

Aaron Clasper hit Farra’s consolation goal, with goalkeeper Lewis Pye their star man.

Two-goal Daniel Young, Konner Lamb, Scott Bowman, David Borley and Anthony Burns all notched for the Tynesiders.

Guide Post went down 2-1 at Brandon United Development, who completed a double following a 3-1 away success in January.

Oddies made comfortable progress into the second round of the League Challenge Cup, outgunning bottom club Washington AFC 5-1.

Kevin Morton enjoyed a day to remember, grabbing a hat-trick, with Michael Bulmer getting his usual goal and Andrew Smith also notching.

Sub Craig Robinson struck for Washington, whose star man was John Lines.

Blackhill & Ebchester exited with a 4-0 defeat at Redcar Town. Keeper Mathew Scott shone for Blackhill but could not prevent goals from Dale Mendum, Ben Sandie, Mitchel Morris and sub Andrew Heerin.

On Monday, Blackhill & Ebchester were outgunned 10-0 at Redcar Town in the league in their second meeting in three days.

Mendum and James Rowe both bagged hat-tricks.