HALTWHISTLE Railway heaped further misery on West Northumberland rivals Haydon Bridge Anchor.
For they hit their struggling hosts for double figures as man of the match Greg Irwin led the way with five goals.

Joining him on the scoresheet was Jack Barker (2), Billy Rogan (2) and James Charteries, while Joe Murgatroyd starred for Bridge.

Prudhoe Town won the East Tynedale derby with Mickley Social Club as goals from Sam Mannion, Martin Nugent and Jordan Phillips, and an own goal, secured the 4-1 victory. Danny Driver was named star man.

For Mickley, Michael Gilroy netted and Connor Robertson impressed.

Hexham Phoenix shaded out Barrasford 2-1 in the only other Division One fixture, goals from man of the match Jack Gradwell and Luke Parkinson inflicting the damage. Marc Nixon replied for Barra, who had goalkeeper John Walton in good form.

Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons were eliminated from the Northumberland FA Sunday Cup in extra time, losing 4-3 in a thrilling encounter with Bedlington Social.

Neil McDonald and Dan Kirkup registered during normal time, with Adam Walton scoring to level the tie at 3-3 before Bedlington’s late winner. The hard-working Rob Hayes impressed for Mill.

Two own goals maintained Division Two leaders Ryton Michaelangelo’s title push.

They contributed to a 4-3 victory over Wylam Black Bull with further strikes coming from man of the match Jordan Watson and Craig Stobbs. Sam Wilkinson scored twice and Sam Calkin once for Wylam, who were best served by Sam Brown.

Andy Horne scored five times during a man of the match display for Crawcrook SC as they thumped Ponteland Village 7-0. Jack Henderson scored the other two.

Hat-tricks from star man Jamie Lishman and Will Hedley helped Heddon St Andrew’s to a 9-0 victory over bottom side Ponteland United Stamfordham. 

Scott Flynn and Sean Hownam also netted, as did an unfortunate Stamfordham defender past his own goalkeeper.

Rose and Crown Bellingham and Hexham Hearts played out a rare goalless draw. Dale Graham starred for hosts Bellingham, with Nathan Drury picking up his side’s man of the match award.