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Gardeners run Orchard close in Cup quarter final PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Walsh   
Sunday, 25 April 2021

northside v blue bell.pngDEER Orchard just got through in the tightest of the four Workington Sunday League Cup quarter finals this afternoon.

The Premier Division side was given a stern test by Division One Glasson Gardeners before they emerged victorious 2-1.

Brian Straughton and Luke Ivison supplied the Orchard goals with free-scoring veteran Karl Fillingham on target again for the Gardeners.

Flimby Social Club won the all-Division One tie with Sun Inn Athletic, emerging on top by 4-2.

Max Litt (2), Kurt Degraff and Adam Kirkbride scored for Flimby with Mark Campbell notching both for the Aspatria side.

Northside were 5-2 winners over Blue Bell as there were goals from Antony Zajac (2), Josh Charlton, Jaden Scott and Callum Kilick. Ben Powell was on target with both goals for Blue Bell.northside v blue bell 2.png

Also through to the semi-finals are Sun Inn after a 3-0win at Grapes. The goals came from Daryl Creighton, Ben Allen and Shaun Smith (penalty).

There were two League games played, one in each Division.

In the Premier clash the honours were even as Salterbeck drew 2-2 at Pack Horse.

Ryan Hall scored both for the Seaton side with Liam Currier and Charlie Shaw netting for Salterbeck.

Maryport Labour Club picked-upthe points in Division One when they beat Junction FC 4-1 with goals from Ethan Weir (2), Cameron Harker and Jack Peare. Owen Adair scored for the Junction.

Another Sunday and another rubbish report from Curwen Park courtesy of League secretary Ron Caffrey.

salterbeck v packhorse.pngOn another walk around Curwen Park this morning I found that the youths of Workington had been for another night out on the Curwen Park football pitches.

“The Police inform me that they attended Curwen Park last night and found a group of youths enjoying themselves. As the police got near them they went to the Stainburn side of the park.

“Four bags of broken glass and bottles were picked-up and I am pleased to say that it was all around the tree stump,” said Ron.

The action shots -top two, Northside v Blue Bell and bottom two, Salterbeck v Pack Horse were taken by MARTIN and LINDA PERRY.

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