HALFWAY HOUSE Prudhoe were in goalscoring form as they met Heddon United Reserves from the division below in the Tommy Jackson Presidents Cup.

The Division One side put nine without reply past their hosts with Ste Forster and Grant Raynor leading the way with two goals each.

Adrian Sutcliffe, Brad Rogers, Jake Mottram, Josh Mottram and Martin Nugent also found the back of the net, while Scott Johnson was named man of the match.

Heddon’s U23 team were eliminated from the same competition but in the first round rather than the preliminary round as they went down 6-2 to Division One side Haydon Bridge Social Club.

Kieran Robley and Steven Arnup both scored twice, and Aaron Hardy and Dan MacMillan also netted for Bridge who were best served by Kieran MacMillan.

Fox and Hounds Crawcrook found an extra time winner to progress in the John Pickworth League Cup.

Two goals from Jordan Stevens and one from Jordan Martlew saw Crawcrook, who had Cameron Fergus starring, edge out Wark 3-2.

Man of the match Will Forsyth and Jack Darcy had netted for the North Tyne side to take the game to extra time.

A hat-trick from Si Reed helped Up The Street defeat Hexhamshire 4-2.

Finney also netted while James Innes was named man of the match as Street eliminated fellow Division Two side Shire.

Neil McDonald and Matthew Percival got Hexhamshire’s goals, while Josh Dodwell starred in midfield.

Hexham Phoenix progressed to the next stage as they put four goals without reply past Division One rivals Haltwhistle Railway.

Tony Lancaster scored two and Matty Kilby and Kurtis Harvey one each for Phoenix, who had Owen Murtough impressing. For Railway, Paul Wilson was named star man.

Ryton Michelangelo’s progressed past Halfway House United Prudhoe courtesy of a 2-1 victory.

Division One title favourites Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons justified their tag as they thumped Riding Mill 9-1.

Man of the match Thomas Wilkie and Greg Irwin both helped themselves to braces, with Jack Barker, Sam Austin, Dan Kirkup and Jamie Ellwood also registering. An own goal also went in their favour.

Regan Robinson scored for Riding Mill on his return from a lengthy injury lay-off, while Dale Dodds was named man of the match.

Goals from man of the match Gary Nixon, Marc Nixon, Hamish Forsyth and Will McClure earned Barrasford a 4-2 victory over Ryton in Division Two.

Carl Houston was on the scoresheet and Ian Armstrong starred but Heddon were eliminated from the Northumberland FA Sunday Minor Cup as they lost 6-2 at High Street Blyth.