A round-up of the weekend games in the North Northumberland League
RED ROW WELFARE 7
LOWICK UNITED 1
Lowick’s inexperience showed as they conceded seven goals in this match.
They were three down at the interval and didn’t improve much after the break, with Paul Wood scoring their only goal of the game.
Goalscorers for Red Row were Sean Black (3), Kevin Bell (2), Max Anderson and Darren Smith.
BAMBURGH CASTLE 4
NORTH SUNDERLAND 1
Bamburgh took the bragging rights from this local derby, but it was only a strong finish which earned them the victory.
Danny Johnson gave Bamburgh the lead but Jack Convery equalised for the visitors.
In the second half David Mitchell restored Bamburgh’s advantage before they went on to seal the victory with further goals from Johnny Johnson and Danny Johnson with his second of the match.
HIGHFIELDS UNITED 0
WANSBECK AFC 5
Highfields’ run of poor form continued as visitors Wansbeck ran out easy winners.
Wansbeck led 2-0 at half-time and three further goals after the break only emphasised their superiority, cementing their third place in the table.
Goalscorers for Wansbeck were Chris Phelps, Ryan Wilson, Carl Atkins, Jamie Graham and Michael Freathy.
In the quarter-finals of the Robson Cup there were wins for Craster, Tweedmouth Harrow and Springhill.
Craster took advantage of a Belford sending off within the first five minutes to establish a 4-1 interval lead.
Belford hit back after the break, but the visitors always looked the more likely winners.
Ross Moore, Ryan Lillico, Kevin Greshon and Dan Tully were all on target for Belford, with Phil Gray (2), Michael Brown (2), James Woollett and Matthew Sullivan the Craster scorers.
Tweedmouth Harrow beat Lynemouth 6-2 despite falling behind to a Nick Storey penalty. They led 3-1 at half-time before wrapping it up after the break.
The Harrow scorers were Andy Burgon, Kurt Yule, Craig Anderson, Jordan Richardson, Josh Dixon and Johnny Gill.
Springhill won 4-0 at home against Wooler Reserves, scoring two goals in each half.
Chris Jenkins hit two for the Berwick side, with the scoring being completed by Wayne Donaghy and Michael Antcliffe.