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Newcastle beat Sennybridge 4-1 in Pip Samuel (Electrical) Cup
8:00am Saturday 19th October 2013 in Sport
A BRACE from Craig Morris saw Newcastle thrash Sennybridge 4-1 to prog ress to the last eight of the Pip Samuel (Electrical) Cup.
A league game involving the two sides earlier this month was abandoned after 72 minutes following ugly scenes that saw both teams having a player sent off and Newcastle’s Richard Williams suffering a serious knee injury.
But, there was no repeat this time round, with Newcastle showing plenty of attacking threat.
Morris levelled the tie from the penalty spot after Sennybridge opened the scoring, before Carl Price, Dave Jones and another Mor ris strike ensured Newcastle’s place in the quarter-finals.
Ludlow Town Colts were thrashed 6-1 by AFC Broseley in Mercian League Division Two, which leaves them ninth in the table.
Both Leintwardine Colts and Tenbury Colts bowed out of the Herefordshire League FW Petersen Cup at the first round stage.
Leintwardine were humbled 5-1 by Kington Town Reserves, while Tenbury Colts were thrashed 7-2 by Orleton Colts Reserves.
Donovan Harris, Dean Walker, William Woods, Paul Jones, Kieron Powys and Luke Savage were all on target for Orleton, with Tenbury’s goals coming from Matthew Jones and James Stone.
But, there was little joy for Orelton Colts’ first team, who lost 1-0 away to Ewyas Harold Reserves in Herefordshire League Division One.
In Division Two, Tenbury Town bounced back from defeat against Pencombe to thrash Weston-under- Penyard 5-0.
Mark Boucker opened the scoring in the 14th minute, before Chris Patton bagged a brace.
The game was then won when Keiran Fish rose like a salmon to head in Boucker’s cross to g rab Tenbury’s fourth goal, with Ashley Botwood also getting on the scoresheet.
Tenbury Athletic bowed out of the Jewson Herefordshire Sunday League Shelton Cup after losing 3-1 to Toros in the second round, The Roebuck narrowly lost 6- 5 to Vaga in a thrilling Premier Division tie.
Mark Hudson and Niall Thomas saw Norbury come from behind to beat Masonic 2-1 in Shrewsbury and District Sunday League Division One. Mark Brayn was superb for Norbury.
Lisa Preece was Ludlow Ladies’ hero as she scored five goals in the team’s 10-2 hammering of Welland in Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Women’s League Division One.
Kerrie Taylor grabbed a brace, with further goals coming from Sara Bengtsson, Emmy James and Bev Greeves.
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