A STRIKE force made from Tynedale is firing Hebburn Town to success in the Northern League.

Young striker Cedwyn Scott, from Stocksfield, and Graeme Armstrong, well-known as a PE teacher at Hexham’s Queen Elizabeth High School, have been banging the goals in for fun to help Hebburn to top spot in Division One.

It is 21-year-old Scott who is catching the eye the most and making a big name for himself, scoring 15 times in Town’s past five games.

After being released by Huddersfield Town, Scott went on to play professionally north of the border with Dundee with loan spells at Berwick Rangers and Forfar Athletic following.

A stint with Dunston UTS followed before Hebburn snapped him up this season, and he has netted 19 times already this term.

The pick of the bunch came when he scored six times in the 10-2 demolition of Washington, and he also helped himself to four goals in Tuesday night’s 6-1 league victory over Ashington.

Armstrong (37), who has scored goals wherever he has played, has been finding the back of the net at regular intervals for Town this season too.

He has helped himself to 10 goals in competitive action this term, including a hat-trick in the 9-0 success over Penrith.