SIX goals without reply sent Hexham Phoenix into the final of the Hexham and District Sunday League cup final.

Defeating Mickley Social 6-0, they booked their place in the showdown of the SCA Hygiene Division One KO Cup.

James Stokoe scored a hat-trick, Callum Duncan a double and man of the match Tom Hacking the other. Graeme Hudspith was named Mickley's star man.

Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons progressed past round one as Rob Hayes, Dan Kirkup, Ollie Cartwright and Dan Parker registered in the 4-0 victory over Barrasford. Thomas Wilkie was named star man, with Gareth Rhodes earning Barrasford's equivalent.

Star man Matty Bloomer and Dale Dodds both bagged braces as Riding Mill eliminated league leaders Ryton Michelangelo's from the Division Two KO Cup.

Joined on the scoresheet by Owen Graham and Scott Douglas, they defeated Ryton 6-1.

Doubles from man of the match Ryan Spragg and Marcus Dixon saw Ponteland Village come back from two goals down to beat Wylam Black Bull 4-2. Sam Wilkinson and Corey Maclauchlan had put Bull in the driving seat until Ponteland's fightback.

Nathan Kirk and James Yeend both scored twice and Aaron Smith and man of the match Duncan Scott got one each as Hexham Hearts defeated Hexhamshire 6-0.

Rose and Crown Bellingham conceded the tie to gift visitors Heddon St Andrew's a walkover into the next round.

In the Craig McDonald Memorial Cup, Division One side Crawcrook Fox and Hounds defeated Division Two strugglers Ponteland United Stamfordham.

But it was a close-run affair as Crawcrook edged it 2-1 courtesy of goals from Michael Henderson and Rikki Kent, and a man of the match display from Ben Coulson. Karl Hunter hit a late consolation for Stamfordham, who were best served by Matty Glendinning.