Four goals from striker Rob Hayes helped Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons thump eight past their neighbours Haydon Bridge Social Club.

His four goal haul was not enough to earn him his side’s man of the match accolade, as that honour went to Jack Barker who found the back of the net twice.

Greg Irwin netted, as did Reece Thirtle who marked his long awaited return from injury.

For Bridge, Joe Murgatroyd impressed.

Riding Mill returned to action by claiming all three points in a battling display with Haltwhistle Railway.

Goals from James Reay and Dale Dodds, and a man of the match display from Richie Slaughter, ensured the points belonged to the Millers.

Lewis Weeks was named Halty’s star man for the second consecutive week.

A hat-trick from man of the match Arron Fletcher helped Prudhoe Halfway House to a 4-0 victory over Heddon. Adam Bell was also on target.

Despite a goal from James Stokoe and star performance from Tony Lancaster, Hexham Phoenix went down 2-1 at Crawcrook Fox and Hounds.

Following his four goals the week before, Thomas Marshall hit a hat-trick for Up The Street as they came from two goals behind to defeat Barrasford in Division Two.

Will McClure and Jamie Noutch put Barra in the driving seat, while Robert Oliver was again named their star man.

Hexhamshire put four goals without reply past Heddon United U23, while Heddon United Reserves lost by the same scoreline at home to Michelangelo’s.

FC Ryton made it through to the first round proper of the Durham FA Sunday Cup by thumping Seaton Social 5-0.

Liam Garrett, Taylor Havery, Martin Smith, Nathan Reed, and Jack Henderson got their goals, with Adam Edgar named man of the match.


NFA Sunday Cup: Hexham Phoenix v Haltwhistle Railway (Nick Vincent).

Division One: Haydon Bridge United v Riding Mill (Mick Scrygemour); Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons v Crawcrook Fox & Hounds (David Dowling); Pudhoe Halfway House v Wark (Mark Baston).

Division Two: Barrasford v Hexhamshire (Paul Best); FC Ryton v Heddon Utd Reserves (Chris Gribbon); Heddon Utd Under 23 v Halfway House Utd (Colin Smith); Up The Street v Michelangelo’s (Richard Stokoe).