A GOAL deep into extra time saw Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons eliminate the county cup champions in dramatic fashion.

Trailling 3-0 to the Northumberland FA Sunday Cup holders Blucher Blue Star, the Hexham and District Sunday League champions booked their place in the final four courtesy of a thrilling 5-4 victory.

The game went into extra time after man of the match Thomas Wilkie, Jack Currah and Dan Kirkup cancelled out Star's three goals, with Rob Hayes giving his side the advantage in extra time.

Bulcher levelled the tie and, as the game was destined for penalties, David Below struck to put Mill one step away from the grand final.

The quarter-finals stage was the final hurlde for Haltwhistle Railway as they were well beaten 7-0 at home to Cramlington Daisy Hill.

A single strike from star man Ben Coulson was enough to send Division One side Crawcrook Fox and Hounds through in the Presidents Cup at the expense of Division Two's Wylam Black Bull, who had Sam Beedle impressing.

Strikes from man of the match Liam Anderson and Will Forsyth saw Wark defeat Division Two rivals Hexham Hearts. Ryan Morris was named Hearts' star man.

Four goals from Kieran Robley helped Haydon Bridge Social Club to a convincing 9-0 victory over Crawcrook Rising Sun in Division Two.

Man of the match Liam Crowe scored twice, and Aaron Hardy, Owen Hogg and Tom Anderson also get in on the act. Callum Carter starred for Crawcrook.

Crawcrook Social Club were in goalscoring form with man of the match Brennan Turner leading the way with four goals of his own in the 14-1 demolition of Stamfordham United.

Cam Hall scored three and Reece Hepple two, with Dean Hendry, Calvin Payne, Ross Thompson, Josh Banks and Adam Taylor getting one each.

Jada James capped a man of the match display for Ryton with a hat-trick as his side returned from Barrasford with a 6-3 victory.

Martin Smith, Kieron Priestley and Michael Oliver also registered, with Barrasford's goals coming from Kevin Brown, Jonny Lodge and Neil McDonald. Gary Nixon impressed for the hosts.