Sunderland Sunday League: Moon makes his Marc as Last Orders hit six of the best

Ryhope Top House (blue) meet Pennywell Comrades in a recent Sunday League clash
Ryhope Top House (blue) meet Pennywell Comrades in a recent Sunday League clash
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Marc Moon was in scintillating form for Redhouse Last Orders and he fired four goals to put Oddies to the sword in Division One.

Snowball and Taylor struck for Oddies, but Paul Stokoe and Craig Richardson increased Redhouse’s lead to 6-2.

O’Brien Waste Recycling got back to winning ways, thanks to a 1-0 success at Vane Arms.

Ryan Tench was the man of the moment to fire past Chris Roach. A real fishy moment!

Adam Wasey had chances for the home side, but keeper Carl Middlemiss would not be beaten.

Pork Chop Hill used to be a fortress for Thorney Close Inn, but The Royal Marine didn’t have a problem taking all three points.

Anthony Clifton hit a double, but Scott Mallaburn and Luke Sanders levelled things up for Thorney.

Marc Collins then fired the winning goal against the run of play.

Paul Hodgson and David Young were the respective star men.

Pennywell Comrades dug deep to produce a great fightback to claim a 3-3 draw at Farringdon Detached.

Rhys Brown pulled the strings for Farringdon and had a hand in all his team’s goals, with Davey Stevens continuing his goalscoring streak with a brace and Jordan Wolfendale hittingthe third.

Gallant Pennywell salvaged a draw with three second-half goals

The Dolphin ran out surprise 4-3 winners over Free Gardeners Arms, thanks to a late strike in Division Two.

Jordan Sweeney and Craig Wilkinson had Dolphin cruising with early goals, but Daz Green’s double levelled it up.

David Oxley put Arms in front, but Dolphin shocked their visitors with a Lee Etheridge brace to take the win.

Home keeper Darren Brown was outstanding.

Hendon had Michael Montgomery to thank for the winning goal against Ryhope Railway Inn as a few of their “superstars” stayed in bed.

Montgomery stepped up to the plate to fire past keeper Chris Wright for a 1-0 victory. Dean Machin did well for Railway but could not find a way past keeper Carl Faulkner. Jake Tyrell starred for Hendon.

Star man Robert Calvert hit two great goals to give Victory Club a 2-1 win over New Town.

Sub Marc Emmerson replied for New Town and he had another effort saved by Lewis Swan. Dan Warris was New Town’s top performer.

Charlie Ayre scored the only goal to earn TC a much-needed 1-0 win at AFC Wearside.

Michael Mather ran the show for the visitors, and AFC Wearside just weren’t at the races – they had numerous chances but TC held firm. Matthew Rose shone for Wearside.

Wear United will be kicking themselves as they allowed Wearmouth CW Juniors back into the game to take a share of the spoils in a 4-4 Fourth Division thriller.

Dan Musther, Sam Wade, Scott Stevenson and Andrew Meikle notched for United, whose star man was Stephen Keogh, but Wearmouth battled on and Shaun Conlon, Jonathan Atkinson and a brace from man of the moment James “Jiffy” Dickinson knocked the stuffing out of the hosts.

Joint leaders Victoria Gardens maintained their 100 per cent start with a 5-0 romp at Millfield Oddies.

Kevin Humble hit another hat-trick to add to his impressive goals tally so far and Stephen “Nelly” Wright netted to cap an impressive display. New signing Callum Hope came off the bench to score on his debut.

Liam Middlemas hit the goal of the game and finished with the man of the match award as Woodlands routed Westmount 6-0.

Michael Wilson and Carl Longstaff had the hosts 3-0 up at the break.

Ryan Campbell came to life in the second half and grabbed a hat-trick. Ian Whelan shone for Westmount.

The Saltgrass are enduring a torrid time and were on the receiving end of a heavy 7-0 defeat at promotion hopefuls East Rainton, who showed no mercy.

Lee Gaunt hit the first and his brother, Jonathan, did even better and grabbed a hat-trick.

Callum Fletcher and a brace from Craig Hennis made it seven past man of the match keeper Chris Cooke.

Anth Clark hit a late goal to rescue an unlikely point for Park View. Ryhope CW took an early lead, but, just as they thought they had the points in the bag, Clark came off the bench to level at 1-1. Reece Benson shone for View.

David “Busta” Paul had his shooting boots on and hit a hat-trick as Farringdon ISL regained top spot in the Premier Division, thanks to a 6-0 win at The Ashbrooke.

Adam Heath and Ryan Mather increased the lead and Rick Maughan came off the bench to finish the scoring. Luke Olabode was Ashbrooke’s star man.

Carl Old got the only goal as Henderson’s Butchers won at Silksworth Paragon, but plaudits went to new signing Neal Bussey, who had a great debut in goal, thwarting Paragon several times. Sam Robinson shone for Paragon.