Durham Sunday League: Winter’s thrill for Lyons

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HETTON Lyons Cricket Club clinched a second round FA Carlsberg Sunday Cup visit to Cumbrian club Cleator Moor when Conor Winter’s four-gosl salvo helped rout Seaton Carew 8-0.

Robbie Bird (2), Jack Pounder and Lee Chapman also netted.

Star man Liam Lusk and Stephen Parkin notched to give Houghton Wild Boar All-Stars a 2-1 triumph over Chester Garden Farm in the Stepy’s Coaches President’s Trophy.

Ryan Johnson fired Farm’s reply.

Kelloe Davy Lamp eased home 5-2 at Belmont The Shoes, with Daniel Davis’s hat-trick supported by Kadam Parnaby and Liam Lawson.

Jon Hodgson (2) and Chris Neil gave Esh Winning Cricket Club a 3-1 success over Ferryhill Community Hub.

Washington Cross Keys pipped battling Fourth Division side Witton Gilbert Travellers Rest 3-2 in the D&P Trophies Knockout Trophy.

Liam Young (2) and Wayne Hodgson netted for Keys, who had Darren Green sent off. Scott Embleton fired both replies.

Coxhoe WMC squeezed past hosts Houghton Chilton Lodge in the Castle Insurance Alan Smith Memorial Trophy, winning 2-1 thanks to Shaun Ryder and Leon Greenwell, with Craig Johnson replying.

Pelton RAOB did just enough to edge their derby 1-0 at Pelton Crown, with Kevin Dixon the matchwinner.

Brandon Sports Club won 2-1 at Sherburn Village in an all-Premier tie, thanks to Scott Bryden and Stuart Thompson. Scott Arnott notched for Sherburn.

Gilesgate Moor Queens Head enjoyed goals from Ben Melia, Dan Summerbell and sub Robert Cooper as they won 3-2 at West Rainton in the Durham City Smiles League Cup. Andrew Ward and Martin Clough hit the home consolations.

Bowburn won 3-1 at Chester-le-Street AFC in the JD Taxis Guards Cup, courtesy of Ben Allott, Andrew Dunn and star man Dean Goundry, with Brian Gillespie replying.

Jonny Agar’s treble, backed by Marco Linhart, Luke Thompson (2) and Jason White, earned Ferryhill Celtic a 7-1 win over Durham County Seniors.