Hexham Phoenix put six goals past Haltwhistle Railway in Division One of the Hexham and Sunday District Sunday League last weekend.

Phoenix, who now sit fourth in the league following the big win, saw Matty Kilby score twice while Tony Lancaster, Lewis Loughhead, Owen Murtough and Callum Duncan also all got their names on the scoresheet.

Double goalscorer Kilby was named their Man of the Match for his performance.

Callum Snowdon was the scorer of a penalty for the Railway, while Matty Herdman also got his name on the scoresheet for the home side and he was also named their Man of the Match.

Third-placed Prudhoe Halfway House also claimed a win with a 2-1 victory over Crawcrook Fox & Hounds, with the home side believing they could have scored more on another day.

Jake Mottram and Brad Rodgers got their goals, with Mottram also being named the side’s Man of the Match.

Also, at Haydon Bridge, their Social Club side beat Heddon FC by a scoreline of 4-1 with Aaron Hardy and Joel Pearson both scoring a brace with the latter also being named their Man of the Match.

In Division Two, Up The Street were crowned champions last weekend after they defeated Barrasford by a scoreline of 6-3.

The hosts knew a victory would be enough to claim the league win and would go on to claim the title in fine style with their big win.

Up The Street have won 10 of their 14 games this season and only lost two of their matches along the way to claiming the title.

The league winners finished just one point above second-placed Hexhamshire, with both sides being promoted from the division as a result.

Also in Division Two, Michelangelos defeated Heddon Under 23s by a scoreline of 5-2 on Sunday, while last Wednesday evening Heddon United Reserves scored four against Barrasford and walked away with a 4-1 win.


Division One

Sunday June 13:

Prudhoe Halfway House v Hexham Phoenix (Chris Seach); Heddon FC v Crawcrook Fox & Hounds (Barry Mudd); Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons v Haltwhistle Railway (Paul Best).

Division Two

FC Ryton v Michelangelos (Scott Pilley).