Cup success for Golden Lion in Workington Sunday league
Last updated at 19:56, Thursday, 24 March 2011
Three League Cup third round ties went ahead in Workington & District Sunday League football - one producing something of a giant-killing act.
Division two leaders Golden Lion were 4-2 winners over Dearham Commercial who lie third in division one.
Greg Walling scored twice for Golden Lion whose Mark Brown and Gavin Graham also found the back of the net.
Hall Park Hotel are unbeaten in division one but they couldn’t overcome premiership leaders Northside, who won 3-0 thanks to goals from John Price, Callum Doyle and Kyle Galea.
And premiership side Bluebell beat division one Grasslot but only by 4-3. Dave Byers led the way for Bluebell with a hat-trick, Graeme Cowen getting their other goal.
Grasslot’s determined effort brought goals from Zach Little, Daniel Redman and Martin Sewell.
The tie Senhouse Street v Maryport FC was postponed and will be played this Sunday.
In league action division one bottom club Crosby picked up their first point of the season with a 2-2 draw at Miners Arms.
Dale Dickinson and Adam Tinnion were Crosby’s heroes while Craig Lewthwaite and David Chisnell gave Miners a share of the spoils.
And in division two Waverley moved into fourth with a 3-2 win over third-placed Workington Bounty.
Shane Surtees (2) and Craig Straughton scored for the home side with Gary Barnes getting both for Bounty.
Fixtures League Cup third round: Senhouse Street v Maryport FC.
Premiership: Red Lion v Northside.
Division one: Dearham v Crosby, Miners Arms v Deer Orchard.
Division two: Golden Lion v Workington Bounty, Maryport Bounty v Real Red House, Waverley v Barca 32.
n Sunday also sees the quarter-finals of the County Sunday Cup with two W&DSL sides competing - Hall Park Hotel at home against Cleator Moor Celtic and Grasslot Welfare at home against Unisun Athletic, of Carlisle.
The other ties are: Parkland v Thornhill, Brampton v Crown Portland.
First published at 19:26, Thursday, 24 March 2011
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