Teesside Football League Round-up
A dramatic weekend in the Teesside Football League and local cups saw Whinney Banks suffer a shock hammering and victory for Redcar Newmarket in the cup and Town in the league.
On a weekend of Cup shocks and goals galore, Lingdale pulled of an extra time Mitre Prostar MacMillan Bowl cup shock win with a 1-0 victory over Thornaby Dubliners, Ryan Peebles scoring ten minutes into the first period of extra time, Redcar Newmarket also pulled of a shock 4-2 victory over BEADS. Jamie Graham scoring a hat trick, Gavin Jackson also on target, Karl Barry and Karl Lilly replied for BEADS and Grangetown Boys Club won the third tie of the week with a 5-2 victory over St Mary’s College, with Glenn Wesson scoring a brace, Danny Jones, Michael Wilson and Andrew Donoghue also on target, Ryan Mackay and Andy Herbert replied, but the St Mary’s keeper Tim Carter had a blinder in goal to keep the score down.
In the league a shock in store for leaders Whinney Banks YCC (pictured) who were thrashed 10-1 at home to Boro Rangers who move up to second place with a game in hand two points behind, Jack Guy scored a hat trick with Matthew McQueeney scoring a brace, Carlton McCabe, Jamie Bellamy, James Dillon, Rob Keenan and Connor Bagan also score, Michael Shellard scored on his return to Whinney Banks, Fishburn Park who have not suffered a defeat won 3-0 at Thirsk Falcons with Jake Faichney, Sam Richardson and James Organ-Simpson the goal scorers, they move up into third place, Billingham FC claimed their first points of the season with a 5-3 victory over Cargo Fleet, Shaun Laverick scoring a hat trick, Marc Brocklesby and Tom Patrick also on the score sheet, Mark Walker, Andrew Henderson and James Brodie-Myers replied, Stockton West End beat luckless Billingham Synthonia 18-1 with Michael McLaughlin scoring four time, Jake Large scored a hat trick with Ben Turner, Shannon Harker and Alex Jamieson all scoring a brace each, Michael Snaith, John Leyshon, Tom Harforth, Will Botham and Jack Arrowsmith making his debut all scored, Tom Wilkes scored the Synthonia consolation.
Nunthorpe Athletic thrashed Middleton Rangers 11-0 at with Matthew Ruse scoring a hat trick, Steve Brown and Lee Armes scoring a brace each, Jamie Colmer, Scott Webb, Mason Rooke and Richard Mills making up the scorers list and Redcar Town beat Staithes Athletic 2-1, Dean Wallace and a Dave Hitchin penalty gave town a 2-0 lead, Carl Gray pulled it back to 2-1 with ten minutes remaining.