Stokle gives Airport lift-off; North East Christian Fellowship League.
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Mark Rutter pulled one before the break, but Haigh completed his hat-trick and Abdul Taihad also notched for Sunderland as they triumphed 3-2. Heworth Christian Fellowship and Jesmond Parish Church shared the points as the match finished all square at 0-0. Top of Division Two are Whitley Bay Baptist Church, who overcame The Salvation Army 9-0. All rights reserved.
Michael Toth squared the match just before the hour, but Stokle then beat the goalkeeper for a second time as Airport won 3-2. Billingham Crusaders sit at the top of the Premier League table after two league games thanks to their 6-0 victory at Saint John’s Snod’s Edge.
Leading 3-0 at half-time, they ran out 4-0 victors with Richie Richardson scoring twice, John Belmont once and an own goal.
The Colliery overcame Dawdon 70-2 and Prior were 7-3 victors at HG Global Gym, while Hendon and Jolly Potter drew 2-2. Andrew Mitchell celebrated a hat-trick and Sam Potter a double, with Aaron Moulding, Darren Gibbins, Daniel Hedley and Danny Kenny grabbing one each.
All Saints King Academy adapted best to the windy conditions at Yarm Vineyard.
A hat-trick from David Jeffers and an Anthony Jones strike did the damage against the Wearsiders, for whom Chris Day netted.
HYLTON Colliery and Colonel Prior both hit seven goals in victories in the TWR Trade Frames Wearside Combination League Premier Division.
DECLAN Stokle opened the scoring for Newcastle Airport Church at Stockton Churches Portrack.
Dominic Molloy then made it 2-0, but a bizarre penalty awarded for a handling offence off the pitch resulted in John Coxon pulling a goal back for the Teessiders.
Copyright 2009 Gale, Cengage Learning. DURHAM COUNTY MINOR CUP RESULTS: Blue House 2-0 Framwellgate Moor Saluat 0, Cambridge Hotel 0 Darlington Spraire Rm 1, Hartlepool Chester Hotel 1-Houghton Town B 4, Thorney Close Inn 1 Hylton Colliery Juniors 2, Etherley Welfare 1 The Arms City Coachwork 3, Usworth 0 Blaydon Stella Board Inn 5.
Matthew Haig bagged two goals in the first half for Saint Aidan’s Chapel Castington at Sunderland Methodist Circuit.
St Peter’s Low Fell lead Division One following a 4-1 success against the Monkwearmouth Christians.
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