Keeper praised in 8-0 win
Published at 19:30, Thursday, 22 January 2009
NETHERHALL hammered eight goals without reply past Cleator Moor Celtic in the first round of the FOCSA Ken Glover Memorial Shield.
But it was Netherhall goalkeeper Stuart Pettit who received the praise of his manager, Billy Gilmour.
During the first half when Netherhall led 1-0 Pettit kept them in the tie and it wasn’t until the last 10 minutes of the the half that the home side finally got control with three more goals.
Will Heaney hit a hat-trick, Keith Anderson and Shaun Smith both bagged two goals and Carl Fillingham got Netherhall’s other.
Salterbeck’s home tie against Bransty was postponed and has been rescheduled for February 14.
Also in the shield, Whitehaven AFC were 4-1 winners over Whitehaven Miners while Wigton Athletic beat St Bees 5-3.
In the Tesco Cumberland premier division Cockermouth suffered a heavy 5-0 home defeat against Longtown.
Division one saw Liddlesdale beat Windscale 3-2 while Parton v Carlisle City was postponed.
Fixtures - Tesco premier: Frizington v Netherhall, Whitehaven Miners v Silloth, Wigton Harriers v Cockermouth.
Division one: Bransty Rangers v Windscale.
CFR Whitehaven Cup round one: Aspatria v Salterbeck.
AP & J Brown Divisional Cup - Round two, second leg: St Bees v Hearts of Liddlesdale. Semi-final, first leg: Whitehaven AFC v St Margaret Mary’s.
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