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Tuesday, 02 June 2015

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Hall Park looking early favourites

Newly promoted Hall Park Hotel laid down a marker for the rest of the Workington & District Sunday League with a 5-2 victory over Northside, last season’s champions.

Kevin Connelly was on target with two attempts as was Will Bowe while Darren Wilson also scored for Hall Park.

Replying for Northside were Philip Mifsud and Stefan Scott.

Also in the premier division Red Lion were 6-1 winners over Workington Red House, whose only goal was an own goal.

Netting for Red Lion were Ben Jefferson (2), Matt Prior, Shaun Law, Grant Baker and Scott Beattie.

Senhouse were 3-2 winners at home to Grasslot with Scott Weston, Lee Irving and Terry Warrior scoring for Senhouse and Martin Sewell got both for Grasslot.

In division one new side Lounge 41 were the big winners, 7-2 at Miners.

41’s goals came from Dale Hooper (2), Gary Barnes (2), Alan Stoddart, Paul Monkhouse and Lee Musgrave with Andre Bezuszko netting both for Miners.

Maryport Bounty and Deer Orchard played out a 3-3 draw. Goals for the home side came from Anthony Harris, Steven Stoddart and Peter Graham. Replying for Deer Orchard were Alan Berry (2) and Andrew Ireland.

And the only other match in the division was also a draw, Golden Lion 2 Re-Session 2.

Scoring for Golden Lion were Craig Whitehead and Garry Pearson with Jonathon White and Kenny Sandelands netting for Re-Session.

On the rampage in division two were Flimby Vikings who put 13 past Galloping Horse without reply.

M Hine scored four goals and there were hat-tricks for Gary Hine and Vickers while other goals came from Davies, Varty and Norman.

New side Silloth were 6-2 winners at Broughton. On the scoresheet were Jamie Longcake (2), Shane Collins (2), Christopher Joyce and Declan Marshall for Silloth.

Lee Wood and Gary Graham were the scorers for Broughton who after a couple of years having to play all their matches away finally have a home pitch on the village’s Welfare Field.

Broughton was first formed in 1906 and formerly played on the armaments depot. During the 1970s the club won numerous leagues and cup titles including being County Cup champions in 1976.

Royal Oak Seaton were 3-0 winners over Seaton Jnrs, Dan Tyer scoring two and Liam Roe.

And Westfield were 6-2 victors over Barca 32. David Byers bagged a hat-trick and other Westfield goals came from David Mekin, Gary Birkett and Gary Messenger.

Fixtures Premier: Borough v Senhouse, Northside v Grasslot.

Division one: Deer Orchard v Miners, Lounge 41 v Real Red House,Waverley v Re-Session.

Division two: Galloping Horse v Barca 32, Silloth v Westfield.


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