Sunderland Sunday League: Callum’s king of the Castle as TWR stun Farringdon in final

Hylton Castle TWR celebrate their cup final success
Hylton Castle TWR celebrate their cup final success
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HYLTON Castle TWR ensured that Farringdon ISL will be trophyless this season, after securing a 2-1 success in the Joe Holborn Memorial Cup final.

Callum Hodgson showed his skills off to the crowd with two fantastic goals, including an outrageous volley which proved to be the winning goal.

Premier runners-up Farringdon found it hard to deal with TWR’s pace and though captain Page grabbed a reply, TWR hoisted the trophy to the dismay of the Farringdon players.

Hendersons Butchers came out on top in an entertaining First Division Subsidiary Cup final at Ford Quarry, pipping South Hylton Potters 3-2.

The game ebbed and flowed, with Potters rueing their missed chances. Nath Cummings put Butchers in front after great play from Richie Jordan, but Potters levelled when Greener fired past Bussey.

Jordan restored Butchers’ lead after a great midfield battle, but Potters kept their head in a feisty affair to equalise again, Jordan Cook heading home.

Butchers made three changes late on and they paid off, as Andy Gartland found himself free in the box to shoot home first time for the winner.

Butchers tackle Hylton Castle TWR in tomorrow’s Total Sport Challenge Trophy final (10.30am).

GBSC got their hands on the Fourth Division Subsidiary Cup after overcoming impressive New Town 6-3 in the final.

Man of the match Matty Harrison capped a great midfield display by firing a hat-trick.

New Town hit back with Lewis Holland’s quick double and a McIlduff strike, but GBSC turned on the style with 20 minutes to go and efforts from Fletcher and Liam Houghton (2) sealed the trophy.

Silksworth Paragon were embarrassed in their own back yard in the final Premier Division match, as RCA Grangetown Florists hit them for six.

Scott Kelly hit the first after a surging run from defence, while star man James Hepinstall finished the game with a well-taken hat-trick, backed by further goals from Bryan Norton and goal machine Andy Place.