Rohm and Hass JOC Hetton Youth League: Jarrow St. Beads will play Ryhope in the final of the League Cup.

They defeated Sacriston 5-0 in the second leg of the semi-final and go through on aggregate 8-0.

In the return match, only one goal separated the pair at the half-way stage after Billy Wilkinson had scored for St. Beads but in the second period Jarrow took control and further goals flowed from Gary Frater, with a hat-trick and Ian Clarke.

Lumley drew their second leg match at Ryhope 2-2 but went out 8-3 on aggregate. Paul Simon Taylor struck for the Wearsiders and John Scott for Lumley and with only four minutes remaining Liam Barker put the Cestrians 2-1 in front. Kyle Dinsdale however secured a draw for Ryhope but the result was of little significance since Ryhope had already won the first leg 6-1.

Durham County Council Lomax Enterprises Youth League

Redheugh, in a good position to clinch the championship, progressed in the Subsidiary Cup when they hit Consett Badgers with an 8-0 defeat.

The bottom of the table side, who have yet to gain a point in the league following 11 attempts, were up against it as Craig Wilson and Gary Andrews both scored hat-tricks and Andrew Atkinson bagged a brace of goals. Despite their scoring exploits, Michael Barnes was named Redheugh's man of the match.

In the league, Darlington Spraire Lads enjoyed a comfortable 4-1 victory over Trimdon United although the home side led at the half-way stage through Ben Williams.

Stuart Banks equalised and a strong second half showing earned Spraire Lads three further goals from Chris Smith (2) and substitute Peter Glenn.

In contrast, just one goal separated Washington Dunlop from Darlington College and it was the visitors who won. Just as it appeared the game would end goalless, Anthony Ross scored for The College with ten minutes remaining.


Willington Under-15s produced a good performance holding top of the table South Tyneside to a 2-2 draw. At the interval, South Tyneside led with a brace of goals from Callum Smith but Willington gave a much better performance during the second 45 minutes and fully deserved a share of the points.

Ryan Young reduced the deficit before Harry Drummond equalised and in the late stages Willington almost snatched victory.

Both teams deserve credit giving a good display in extremely difficult conditions. Joe Fairish was voted man of the match for Willington.

Apollo Doors Gateshead Youth League

Leam Rangers Y and Low Fell C are hot on the heels of Low Fell M in the Under-11 Division.

Both the challengers scored seven times at the weekend and are now within two points of the leaders. Leam Rangers Y have four games in hand while Low Fell C have played three games fewer than their neighbours.

Leam Rangers Y romped home 7-3 at Redheugh while Low Fell C defeated Felling 7-1 when most of the goals were scored by Jonathan Ward (3) and Ryan McGill (2).

Curtis Aitkin, Lewis Meach and Andrew Garrett were in prolific form for Leam Rangers G who ended 7-1 in front of Reighton. Aitkin and Meach each bagged a brace of goals while Garrett rifled a hat-trick.

Beamish visited Wickham Fellside Y and returned home with a 4-1 success under their belts. While Lee Murphy scored three times as Blackfyne finished 4-0 ahead of Whickham Fellside G.

In contrast, there was only one goal when Swallwell took the points from Blaydon. Chris Bivona scored the only goal. Winlaton progressed in the Under-11 League Cup defeating Stocksfield 4-1 when Daniel Curry scored twice.

In the Under-12 section, Cleveland Hall are just five points behind leaders Redheugh having played the same number of matches. The Hall won 4-2 at Prudhoe and third placed Low Fell were equally impressive on their visit to Beamish, securing a 4-1 victory.

Consett put four goals past Reighton who failed to reply but the biggest scorers were Leam Rangers who hit Blaydon with a 9-0. Kris Hall scored four and Craig Gibson a hat-trick.

Andrew Chaters bagged a brace of goals leading Felling to a 4-2 success against Winlaton whose two goals were scored by Adam Camerson.

Washington Oxclose continue to lead the Under-12s division despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Whickam Fellside R. Nicky Jose was twice on target for Washington.

Jordan Dyson hit three goals as Whickham Fellside B inflicted a 6-1 defeat on Cleveland Hall, Chopwell won 3-1 at Leam Rangers Y and Leam Rangers G ended 4-1 winners over Swalwell when Mark Patterson scored twice.

Sasha Mango hit the only goal in Blaydons' victory over Winlaton, while both Redheugh and Blackfyne and Rutherford versus Low Fell ended in 2-2 draws.

Two games were played in the Under-14 Division and Consett were in scoring form at home to Low Fell C. Lee Potts rifled goals and Daniel Bruce (3) in a 9-0 win. Cleveland Hall defeated Blaydon 3-1 when Jamie Huggin scored on two occasions.

Richmond Town

THE Under-11s played away to Catterick GCC in the George Fawcett Cup. Both teams started strong under very windy conditions but Richmond gained the upper hand when a run by William Gardner down the left who then crossed the ball for Chris Garside to slot the ball past the keeper to score Richmond's first.

Richmond came out in the second half with determination and were winning the ball well both in midfield and defence which resulted in Richmond scoring a second goal when Chris Garside put William Gardner through on goal. Final score GCC 0, Richmond 2.