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Written by John Walsh   
Sunday, 25 April 2021

silloth v carlisle city 2.pngNorthbank’s drive for the East Division championship in the County League was fuelled by a 5-0 home win over UniSun Athletic. 

The goals were shared between Tom McDonald, Luke Miller, Connor Shields, Dean Norman and Ryan Johnstone.

Aspatria travelled to Carlisle to take on front runners Pirelli and came away with a creditable 2-1 victory. 

Their cause was assisted by an own goal, while the other came  from Malcolm Graham.  In a tight game Pirelli kept the pressure on with a strike from James Ellis.

Crown Newlaithes had a creditable victory over visitors Wigton Harriers.  Brenden Box-Gill scored the only goal of the game.

Silloth took on Carlisle City Development and eased to a 3-1 victory.  A Stuart Johnson brace and a goal from Jack Winter completed the Silloth total, City’s effort came from James Johnstone

In West Division One Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves entertained Workington Reds Development at their Birks Road Ground. 

There were plenty of goals with neither team able to claim the victory, as the points were shared in a 4-4 stalemate. 

A brace from Celtic’s Tom Ward was supplemented with goals from Daniel Wood and Tom Mahone.  The Reds responding through Tom Houghton, Ciaran Booty and a double from Matty Foster.silloth v carlisle city.png

Maryport Athletic overcame Cockermouth 2-0 but were made to fight all the way.  A rear-guard action by the Maryport defence, which came under some severe pressure at times, held firm to ensure the victory.  Danny Manchester and Brett McMillan scored he goals.

In West Division Two Mirehouse were forced to sit out without a game as Workington Reds Juniors (Black) failed to raise a team for their fixture. 

Bransty Rangers took advantage to close the gap on at the top of the Division. They made the short trip to the County Ground to take on Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves and came away with a 2-1 win. 

Bransty’s goals came from Stewart O’Pray and Mark Callan,while Rob Postlethwaite  responded for the Amateurs..

Windscale Reserves and Moor Row shared six goals in an end to end encounter at Egremont. 

Gareth Young, Byran Todd and Ewan Campbell hit the net for Windscale. Moor Row’s replies came from Owen Woods and Adam Meagan.

The pictures by MARTIN PERRY were from the game between Silloth and Carlisle City Development which finished 3-1 to the hosts. 

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