Peterlee Sunday League: Brown to the four as Hetton Social wallop Wingate Grange

Sunderland Sunday League side Royal Marine (yellow and blue) take on Burnside WMC, from the Durham Sunday League, in the Durham Sunday Cup.
Sunderland Sunday League side Royal Marine (yellow and blue) take on Burnside WMC, from the Durham Sunday League, in the Durham Sunday Cup.
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John Brown bagged four goals as rampant Hetton Social Club cruised to a 6-1 win over Wingate Grange in the only First Division game.

Nathan Fannan and sub Andrew Gelson also notched as Hetton climbed to third place, with Jonathan Lee replying.

Thornley Harrys Bar picked up their first points in the Premier Division when Lee Westgarth (2) and sub Dave Summerson saw off Hetton The Tuns 3-0.

In the Second Division, Hetton Fox and Hounds drew 2-2 with New Seaham Mallard in a tight clash. Michael Taylor and Leon Thomas notched for Mallard, with Ethan McGhin starring.

Peterlee Oaklands pipped Acre Rigg SC 4-3, thanks to Taylor (2), Jones and Metcalfe, with two-goal Chris Robinson and Steven Benton replying.

It was quarter-finals day in the First Division Cup, with Easington Southside and Peterlee Catholic Club progressing.

Goals from Neil Sergeant and Jamie Stott earned Southside a 2-1 win over Horden Cricket Club, with sub Liam Rouse responding, while Catholic Club edged past South Hetton Cricket Club 3-2. Ryan Brymer (2) and sub Martin Peace did the damage, with Liam Houghton and Liam Watson replying. Chris Edwards and Mark Hartley were sent off as both teams ended with 10 men.

In the Second Division Cup, Sean Pratt scored in vain for Peterlee Central Club, who were sunk 4-1 by NSCC, for whom Jonathan Roberts (3) and Lee Chapman struck.

Seaham Marlborough outgunned Haswell Oddfellows Arms 5-1, with Carl Stephenson replying to efforts from Chris Dormand, Ben Lawson, Andy Black, Lewis Oliver and an own goal.

Peterlee Hearts reached the George Ivey Memorial Cup semi-finals, convincingly beating Murton New Hesledon 5-1.

Adrian Joyce, Dave Kember, Anthony Hall, Ken Penfold and sub Liam Halford struck, with Paul Hossack responding.

Easington Welfare ruthlessly hammered Easinston Half Moon 12-0 in the John & Pat McManus Memorial Cup.

Darren Major, Joe Taboun and sub Jay Jobson hit doubles, backed by Tom Williams, Graham Ball, Matthew Smith, Michael Pitman, Ian Dunn and Jamie Pitman.

Gary Shaw (3) and Peter Crawford steered Peterlee Helford United home 4-1 against FC Peterlee Moorcock, for whom Daniel Sinnett notched.

Shotton Comrades and Dawdon Welfare Park both reached the Premier Division Cup semi-finals.

Two goals from Scott Danks, supported by Lewis Edwards, Brett Carr and Lee Smith, saw Shotton Comrades enjoy a 5-2 win over Easington Lane WMC, with Matty Weirs and Stephen Francis replying.

Jack Pounder struck for Horden CW Supporters Club, but Dawdon Welfare Park romped home 4-1, thanks to Kyle Bell (2), Craig Price and Paul Atkinson.

All four teams in Durham County Sunday Cup final qualifying round action went out.

Haydn Pace netted for Wingate Plough Inn in a crushing 5-1 defeat to Boldon Shack, while Easington HMS Victory lost 1-0 to Sunderland side Farringdon Detached.

Karl Garside bagged a brace for Shotton Builders Warehouse in their 5-2 loss to Sunderland’s SR Dons, and Easington CIU had Rob Huntley on target in a 3-1 loss to Washington New Town.

Dawdon Welfare Park face Middlesbrough outfit South Bank in the FA Sunday Cup at Seaham Town Park on Sunday (2pm).