Guisborough and Hebburn both extend unbeaten runs in 2-2 draw

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Guisborough Town 2-2 Hebburn Town

Roberts 3                       Armstrong 18

Nixon 72                       Martin 53

Guisborough Town and Hebburn Town shared the points in a 2-2 draw at the King George V Ground today.

Steven Roberts put the hosts in front very early on but his goal was cancelled out by Graeme Armstrong 15 minutes later.

Hebburn went in front early in the second half through Olly Martin, before substitute Luke Nixon levelled things up 18 minutes from time.

Hebburn manager Kevin Bolam named an unchanged side from the team that beat Vauxhall Motors in the FA Vase last week.

The hosts got off to the dream start and were in front within three minutes as Roberts met a good ball down the left and completed his run before burying the ball in the bottom-right corner.

The Hornets responded well to going a goal behind and came close in the 10th minute when Tom Potter ran across the defence and his effort went just wide.

Bolam’s side got a deserved equaliser eight minutes later when Armstrong headed home from close range on the end of Potter’s cross.

15 minutes later, Hebburn came incredibly close when Michael Richardson’s close range effort was saved and then Dan Groves forced the goalkeeper into an impressive diving save to his right.

Guisborough’s only other notable chance of the half came in stoppage time when Paul Young volleyed over on the end of a corner.

The visitors started the second half really well, and were in front in the 53rd minute when Martin scored a diving header at the far post on the end of Groves’ cross.

However, the hosts equalised in the 72nd minute when Nixon headed home on the end of Roberts’ impressive cross.

Hebburn nearly got a winner four minutes later when Armstrong’s header hit the post.

Guisborough piled on the pressure towards the end and looked the more likely side to score but the Hebburn defence stood firm.

Up next for Hebburn is Ryhope CW away from home next Saturday.

Guisborough Town: Catterick, Miller, Marron, Rowbotham, Robinson, Roberts, Thompson (Nixon 58), Young, McNeill, Ward (Mitchinson 63), Coleman (Close 80).

Booked: Young

Subs not used: Crust and Marshall

Hebburn Town: Foden, Groves, Carson, Storey, Lough, Spence, McKeown, Potter, Richardson, Martin, Armstrong.

Booked: McKeown, Spence and Armstrong

Subs not used: Donaghy, Suddick, Taylor, Sullivan, Dibb-Fuller.

Attendance: 329


Greulich-Smith scores hat-trick as Shildon put four past Hebburn

Ebac Northern League 1

Shildon 4-0 Hebburn Town

Greulich-Smith 19,49,53

Robson 72

Billy Greulich-Smith scored a hat-trick as Shildon put four past Hebburn Town at Dean Street last night.

The hosts were 1-0 up at half time through Greulich-Smith before he added another two early in the second half.

Matty Robson got the winning goal later in the second half.

Shildon started the game well and came close when Danny Craggs’ free kick was parried by Andrew Jennison in the fourth minute.

15 minutes later, Craggs came close again but his long range shot was pushed wide.

Just moments later, Shildon went in front when Hebburn defender Danny Carson lost the ball to Greulich-Smith who buried the ball in the bottom-right corner.

In the 31st minute, Greulich-Smith headed the ball on towards Craggs who hit the post.

Four minutes into the second half, Hebburn poorly defended a cross into the box and Greulich-Smith put the ball away from close range.

Just four minutes later, Greulich-Smith completed his hat-trick – heading home on the end of Robson’s cross.

Robson then got in on the act and scored a goal of his own in the 72nd minute when he played a one-two with Kurt Matthews and curled the ball round Jennison.

Hebburn had two rare chances towards the end, with Louis Storey heading against the crossbar in the 75th minute and Lewis Suddick curling the ball wide in the last kick of the game.

The result means Shildon move up to third in the Division 1 table and Hebburn could move off top spot if Stockton win tonight.

Shildon: Newbrook, Heywood, Vaulks, Moore, Robson (Reay 76), Palmer, Trotter, Matthews, Atkinson (Liddle 76), Craggs (Lavery 81), Greulich-Smith.

Booked: Newbrook, Trotter and Matthews.

Subs not used: Mulligan and Curl.

Hebburn Town: Jennison, Groves, Carson, Storey, Lough, Spence (Suddick 59), Wright (Simpson 56), Martin, Richardson, Dibb-Fuller, Sullivan.

Booked: Lough and Sullivan

Subs not used: Donaghy and Carmichael

Attendance: 349


Consett extend unbeaten run with win over Bishop Auckland

Consett v Bishop

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Consett 3-1 Bishop Auckland

Smith 11    Fairley 75

Alshabeeb 42

Carr 56

Consett moved up to second place in the Northern League following a convincing 3-1 victory over Bishop Auckland at the Belle View Stadium.

The result also meant the Steelmen extended their unbeaten run to nine games in all competitions.

Calvin Smith put the hosts in front early on and he was backed up with goals from Ali Alshabeeb and Luke Carr either side of half time.

James Fairley got one back for Bishop Auckland 15 minutes from time but it was too little too late.

Consett started the game brightly and were nearly in front within nine minutes when Jake Orrell fired the ball wide.

Two minutes later they were in front when Alshabeeb squared it to Smith who buried the ball in off the post in the bottom left corner.

Alshabeeb nearly doubled Consett’s lead in the 30th minute but his shot was tipped over by the ‘keeper.

Bishop Auckland ‘keeper Nicholas Liversedge continued to play a blinder, keeping his side in the game with a save from Dale Pearson with his legs five minutes later.

However, the hosts got their reward in the 42nd minute when Alshabeeb placed the ball into the top left corner to send his side two up at the break.

10 minutes into the second half Consett extended their lead when Pearson’s volley was saved and Carr put away the rebound.

Bishop got a consolation in the 75th minute when Fairley drilled the ball into the bottom left corner.

It wasn’t to be for Bishop Auckland, who picked up their fourth loss in their last five games in all competitions.

Consett: Hayes, Metz, Purewal (capt), Allen, Holden, Alshabeeb (Ardelean 74), Slocombe, Smith (Verstraaten 67), Orrell, Carr (McAloon 86), Pearson.

Subs not used: Wilkinson and Brown.

Bishop Auckland: Liversedge, Robinson, Richardson, Potter, Parnaby (Hart 61), Fairley, Tumilty, Hoganson, Morris, Fryatt (Nixon 65), Waller (Johnson 52).

Booked: Parnaby

Subs not used: Winn and Marshall.

Attendance: 499

Consett and Hebburn share spoils in eight-goal thriller

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Consett 4-4 Hebburn Town

Carr 7          Dibb-Fuller 4

Pearson 41 Richardson 47

Metz 53       Armstrong 50

Verstraaten 90 Robson 73

Consett and Hebburn shared the points in an eight-goal thriller at Belle View yesterday.

Ben Dibb-Fuller put the visitors in front early on but his goal was cancelled out by Luke Carr.

Dale Pearson then put Consett in front just before half time, but Hebburn came flying out the blocks early in the second half with goals from Michael Richardson and Graeme Armstrong.

Jermaine Metz then equalised again for the hosts, before Jack Robson put the Hornets in front again.

Wouter Verstraaten snatched an equaliser right at the end for Consett.

Both teams came into the game on unbeaten streaks, with Consett unbeaten in their last five games and Hebburn in their last eight.

It took just four minutes for Kevin Bolam’s side to take the lead when Richardson’s shot was saved and Dibb-Fuller slid home the rebound.

Three minutes later, the hosts equalised when Carr cut in from the right and buried the ball in the bottom right corner.

In the 18th minute, Hebburn came close when Armstrong turned and his shot on the edge of the box was saved.

Chances were few and far between after that until the 41st minute when Consett went in front thanks to Pearson’s strike in the bottom left corner.

The visitors equalised just two minutes into the second half when Dan Groves squared the ball to Richardson who hit the ball on the half volley into the top corner.

Three minutes later, Hebburn were back in front when Armstrong headed home on the end of a corner.

Kevin Bolam’s side’s lead only last three minutes however as Metz’s cross from the right slipped through the hands of Hebburn ‘keeper Andrew Jennison.

20 minutes later, the Hornets scored their fourth of the game when Dibb-Fuller played an impressive long ball towards Robson and the young winger smashed the ball into the top left corner.

Shortly afterwards, Hebburn were forced to play the last 15 minutes with ten men as captain Louis Storey was sent off for a second bookable offence.

In the 85th minute, Consett came very close to equalising when Jake Orrell’s long range strike brought an impressive diving save from Jennison.

Five minutes later, the Steelmen equalised when Verstraaten beat Jennison with a left footed shot just inside the box that took a deflection on its way in.

With four minutes added, Consett piled on the pressure but 10-man Hebburn held out for the draw.

Consett: Hayes, Metz, Purewal (capt), Wilkinson (Verstraaten 72), Holden, Allen, Carr, Orrell, Smith (Ardelean 84), Alshabeeb, Pearson.

Subs not used: Brown, Jakab, McAloon.

Hebburn Town: Jennison, Groves, Donaghy, Carson, Lough, Spence (Taylor 70), Storey (capt), Robson, Richardson, Dibb-Fuller (Suddick 74), Armstrong.

Booked: Groves, Lough, Storey, Spence.

Sent off: Storey.

Attendance: 610


Hebburn snatch narrow victory over Newton Aycliffe

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Hebburn Town 2-1 Newton Aycliffe

Dibb-Fuller 35       Thexton 59

Armstrong 57

Hebburn took away three points after a narrow 2-1 victory over Newton Aycliffe yesterday afternoon at the Energy Check Sports Ground.

Ben Dibb-Fuller put the hosts in front midway through the first half, before Graeme Armstrong’s second-half spot-kick doubled the Hornets’ advantage.

Dean Thexton got one back for Newton Aycliffe shortly after Armstrong’s goal but they failed to find an equaliser.

Assistant manager Mick Mulhern, who took charge of the squad due to Kevin Bolam’s absence, made six changes to the side that beat Birtley 13-0 in midweek.

Hebburn started the game well when Armstrong headed just wide on the end of Luke Sullivan’s pinpoint cross four minutes in.

However, Sullivan had to be stretchered off shortly afterwards with a nasty gash to his leg and he was sent to hospital for treatment.

Just over 15 minutes after the first chance of the game, captain Louis Storey came close when his header on the end of Michael Richardson’s free kick was saved by ‘keeper Adam Pickford.

Newton Aycliffe’s first real chance came in the 29th minute when Thexton’s close range effort was saved by Andrew Jennison.

Six minutes later, Hebburn took the lead when Dibb-Fuller’s free kick from around 40 yards out looped over the wall into the bottom-right corner.

Just moments from half time, the hosts nearly made it 2-0 when Richardson’s long range effort was just pushed over by the visiting ‘keeper.

In the fourth minute of added time at the end of the first half, the visitors very nearly equalised when Marc Costello’s header from a corner was cleared off the line by Carl Taylor.

12 minutes into the second half, Hebburn were awarded a penalty when Armstrong was brought down in the box. Armstrong stepped up and coolly put the ball past the ‘keeper in the bottom-left corner.

Two minutes later, Aycliffe got one back through Thexton who headed home on the end of an impressive cross by Shaun Ryder.

The visitors came close to equalising in the 64th minute when Aaron Brown headed just wide on the end of a free kick.

Colin Stromsoy’s side’s best chance of the game arguably came five minutes later when substitute Harrison Webster got the ball in acres of space at the far post but he could only put the ball over the bar.

In the 73rd minute, Dibb-Fuller’s effort from an acute angle went just wide following a good ball from Taylor.

Chances were few and far between after that, and Hebburn held on for the win which sees them remain top of the Northern League Division 1 table.

Hebburn Town: Jennison, Groves, Donaghy, Storey (capt), Lough, Spence, Taylor, Robson (Suddick 70), M Richardson, Sullivan (Dibb-Fuller 8), Armstrong.

Booked: Storey, Spence, Suddick, Jennison, Dibb-Fuller.

Subs not used: Horner, Carson and Simpson.

Newton Aycliffe: Pickford, Costello, Brown, Read (Webster 64), Wood (Ballan 82), Green, Ryder, McNamara, Thexton, Redford (Carr 74), Walton.

Booked: Read

Subs not used: Lowrie and G Richardson.

Attendance: 346


Hebburn up to second with emphatic Whickham win

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Hebburn Town 5-1 Whickham

Sullivan 20               Cowburn 33

Robson 58,65

Spence 88

Suddick 89

Hebburn Town moved up to second place with an emphatic victory over Whickham at the Energy Check Sports Ground today.

Luke Sullivan put the hosts in front early in the first half, before Max Cowburn equalised just over ten minutes later.

Goals from Jack Robson (2), Robbie Spence and Lewis Suddick in the second half separated the two sides and gave the Hornets a big win.

Top scorer Michael Richardson missed the game through injury but his absence didn’t appear to affect the performance.

Hebburn were in front within 20 minutes when Graeme Armstrong squared the ball to Sullivan who back-heeled it past the keeper from close range.

The Hornets nearly doubled their lead ten minutes later when Andrew Stephenson had a close range effort saved by John Mordey.

In the 33rd minute, Whickham equalised when Matty Pattison played a good ball forward to Cowburn who smashed the ball into the top-left corner on the edge of the box.

The hosts had two chances to regain their lead shortly before the break. Armstrong headed just over from a corner in the 41st minute and then Dan Groves’ close range effort was saved by the legs of Mordey two minutes later.

Hebburn regained the lead in the 58th minute when Louis Storey played through Robson whose shot on the edge of the box was dead and buried into the bottom-right corner.

Five minutes later, Stephenson had a long range effort just kept out by Mordey and then in the 65th minute Scott Oliver’s side doubled their lead through Robson. Storey made a great run down the right and played it to the winger who slid the ball past the keeper in the bottom-right corner.

In the 87th minute, Whickham had their only chance of the half when Dale Burrell’s long range effort was pushed onto the post by Andrew Jennison.

Hebburn grabbed a fourth moments later when Spence headed home from the six yard box on the end of a great cross by Stephenson.

The winner came one minute later when substitute Jason Blackburn spotted the run of Suddick and the winger beat the keeper with one touch one-on-one.

Up next for the Hornets is Consett at home next Saturday.

Hebburn Town: Jennison, Groves, Gilhespy, Donaghy, Shaw, Robson (Suddick 78), Storey, Spence, Stephenson, Sullivan (Dibb-Fuller 67), Armstrong (Blackburn 81).

Booked: Sullivan

Subs not used: Read and Chow

Whickham: Mordey, Callaghan, Grieve, Little (Hedley 73), Kay, Orrell, Burrell, Scroggins, Cowburn, Pattison, Stevens.

Booked: Little and Stevens

Subs not used: Doninger and Lowther

Attendance: 160


Late Blackburn winner ensures Hebburn get all three points against Shildon

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Hebburn Town 2-1 Shildon

Storey 77                 Steel 64

Blackburn 90+1

A late goal from substitute Jason Blackburn ensured Hebburn Town picked up all three points with victory over Shildon on Tuesday evening.

Nathan Steel put the visitors in front in the 64th minute before Louis Storey equalised in the 77th minute and Blackburn scored in added time.

It was a quiet start to proceedings until the 20th minute when Hebburn’s Gary Shaw squared it to Robbie Spence, whose effort sailed over the bar.

Three minutes later, Spence came close again when he headed just over from Michael Richardson’s free kick on the right.

In the 31st minute, Shildon came incredibly close when player-manager Daniel Moore’s header from a corner was cleared off the line by Shaw.

Eight minutes later, the visitors thought they had the lead when Billy Greulich-Smith put the ball in the back of the net but it was ruled out for offside.

Two minutes into the second half Jack Robson headed just wide on the end of Richardson’s impressive cross.

In the 51st minute, Hebburn captain Storey lost the ball cheaply and Steel linked up with Matthew Robson whose close range shot was saved by the legs of Andrew Jennison.

Shildon took the lead in the 64th minute when David Palmer played an impressive through ball to Steel who beat Jennison one-on-one slotting the ball into the bottom-left corner.

Four minutes later, the visitors nearly doubled their lead when Aidan Heywood headed against the post from a corner before Jack Vaulks’ effort went over the bar.

Hebburn equalised in the 77th minute when Spence whipped the ball over to Storey in space who buried the ball into the bottom-left corner.

Shortly after the goal, player-manager Moore was sent off for his protests at the goal which he believed to be offside.

In the first minute of added time, the Hornets snatched a winner when Richardson’s cross was poorly defended and the ball fell to Blackburn who smashed the ball home from close range.

The result means Hebburn are now within a point of second placed Consett with a game in hand.

Hebburn Town: Jennison; Suddick, Gilhespy, Donaghy, Shaw; Storey, Richardson; Robson, Spence (Stephenson, 78), Dibb-Fuller (Blackburn, 71); Sullivan
Subs (not used): Chow, Tumilty, Furniss
Shildon: Newbrook; Curl, Moore, Vaulks; Heywood, Duell, Ellison, Palmer, Robson; Greulich-Smith, Steel (Hird, 88)
Subs (not used): Eltringham, Reay, Johnson, Horworth

Attendance: 190


Late Richardson strike ensures Hebburn and Dunston share points

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Hebburn Town 1-1 Dunston UTS

Richardson 90       Heslop 10

Hebburn Town and Northern League Division 1 champions Dunston UTS shared the points on a rainy day at The Energy Check Sports Ground today.

Scott Heslop put the visitors in front early on before Michael Richardson equalised for the Hornets at the death.

Dunston were greeted with a guard of honour as they entered the pitch to congratulate them on winning the Northern League Division 1 this week.

The visitors started the game really well as just ten minutes in they were in front when Heslop got on the end of a long ball forward from the defence and he out-strengthed Jack Donaghy before tapping the ball past Andrew Jennison one-on-one.

Two minutes later, Dunston came close again as Robbie Spence lost the ball cheaply and Michael Pearson was played through on the right only for his shot to be saved by Jennison to the right.

In the 22nd minute, Liam Marrs’ effort took a deflection on its way over for the visitors.

Dunston’s dominance of the game continued and ten minutes later Pearson’s shot was stopped in its tracks by Jennison following good work on the right.

Hebburn came ever so close to equalising in the 35th minute when Luke Sullivan’s shot was parried and Paul Chow failed to put away the rebound.

Dunston came close again two minutes later when Callum Elliott’s effort went just over at the far post following a good ball in from the left.

In the 44th minute, Liam Brooks squared it to Jack Elliott for the visitors who struck just wide at the far post.

20 minutes into the second half, Brooks had a curling shot parried away by Jennison.

Chances were few and far between after that until Hebburn equalised in the 90th minute through Richardson. His impressive free kick looped round the wall and over the keeper into the top-right corner, sending the home fans wild.

The result sees Hebburn remain in fourth on 57 points and Dunston top on 73 points.

Hebburn Town: Jennison, Groves (Read 45), Donaghy, Gilhespy, Shaw, Robson, Richardson, Spence, Suddick (Dibb-Fuller 54), Sullivan, Chow (Blackburn 70).

Subs not used: Tumilty and Mallinson.

Dunston UTS: Dryden, Marrs, Grant-Soulsby, Capewell, Halliday, C.Elliott, Stafford, Pearson, J.Elliott (Jackson 78), Heslop (Da Silva 71), Brooks (Scott 82).

Subs not used: Harrison and Fitzpatrick.

Attendance: 290


Hebburn up to fourth with third consecutive win

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Hebburn Town 3-2 Sunderland RCA

Armstrong 30          Swansbury 63

Suddick 51               McAloon 83

Richardson 80

Hebburn Town moved up to fourth in the Northern League Division 1 table with a 3-2 win over Sunderland RCA today.

Graeme Armstrong put the Hornets in front in the first half before Lewis Suddick doubled their lead early in the second half.

Greg Swansbury got one back for Sunderland RCA before Michael Richardson made it three.

Thomas McAloon pegged it back to 3-2 shortly after to make it a nervy finish but Scott Oliver’s side held on for the win.

Hebburn made two changes to the side that beat Seaham Red Star in midweek with Sam Read and Louis Storey coming in for Craig Malley and Andrew Stephenson.

The first ten minutes were uneventful, but in the 11th minute RCA came close when Luke Page’s close range volley went just wide.

20 minutes later, the Hornets took the lead when Suddick linked up well with Richardson on the right before Read put in a good ball to Armstrong who volleyed home at the far post.

Chances were few and far between after that until Hebburn doubled their lead six minutes into the second half when Storey played through Suddick who played a one-two off a defender before firing home into the top-right corner.

12 minutes later, the visitors got a goal back when Swansbury headed home at the far post on the end of a good corner.

Martin Swales’ side nearly equalised in the 75th minute when Dylan Elliott played a one-two off Craig Hodgson before shooting wide.

Moments later, Elliott linked up well with Page before his shot was blocked by Hebburn keeper Andrew Jennison.

Hebburn came very close to making it 3-1 in the 79th minute when Ben Dibb-Fuller cut in on the left and hit the crossbar following an excellent goal kick by Jennison.

Moments later, they did make it 3-1 when Richardson’s 30-yard free kick bounced off the keeper’s hand on its way in.

Sunderland RCA got a goal back three minutes later when Page set up McAloon who buried the ball into the bottom-left corner.

The Hornets nearly had a fourth in the 85th minute when Armstrong’s close range header on the end of Richardson’s free kick was pushed wide.

The visitors’ last chance came right at the death when McAloon cut inside on the right but his cross was blocked by Gary Shaw.

Up next for the Hornets is Newton Aycliffe away from home next Saturday.

Hebburn Town: Jennison, Read, Gilhespy, Donaghy, Shaw, Storey (capt), Spence, Suddick (Sullivan 81), Richardson, Robson (Dibb-Fuller 72), Armstrong.

Booked: Storey and Suddick

Subs not used: Stephenson, Malley and Chow.

Sunderland RCA: Pocklington, Howard, Swansbury (capt), Preston, Lavery, Hodgson (Moan 88), Page, Charlton (McAloon 69), O’Neill, Larkin, Davison (Elliott 60).

Subs not used: Lilley and McNab

Attendance: 197

Hebburn put nine past Whitley Bay in emphatic victory

Ebac Northern League Division 1

Whitley Bay 0-9 Hebburn Town

Armstrong 5 Sulllivan 18,35,39,42 Richardson 38,68 Storey 53 Chow 77

Hebburn Town inflicted a massive defeat on Whitley Bay winning 9-0 at Hillheads Park yesterday.

Goals from Graeme Armstrong, Luke Sullivan (4), Michael Richardson (2), Louis Storey and Paul Chow separated the two sides on the day.

Hebburn came into the game sitting in seventh knowing a win could put them up to sixth while Whitley Bay sat in 15th place.

Scott Oliver’s side were ahead within five minutes when Richardson played through Armstrong who beat the keeper one-on-one with a well-driven shot.

The visitors doubled their lead 13 minutes later when Richardson and Armstrong linked up well before giving the ball to Sullivan who struck well at the far post to beat the keeper in the bottom-left corner.

Lewis Suddick almost made it three in the 21st minute when he was played through by Armstrong but his effort was pushed wide by the goalkeeper.

14 minutes later, the Hornets went 3-0 up when Richardson played through a good ball from a free kick and it was headed across goal by Robbie Spence to Sullivan who scored an overhead kick at the far post.

A fourth came in the 38th minute when a poorly defended corner led to Sullivan teeing up Richardson who fired home in the top-right corner.

Moments later, Hebburn had their fifth goal when Armstrong’s header on the end of a good ball was dropped by the keeper and Sullivan headed home the rebound to secure his hat-trick.

Three minutes later, Sullivan struck again – lobbing the keeper after a great ball through by Andrew Stephenson.

Eight minutes into the second half, the Hornets had their seventh when a corner was badly defended enabling Stephenson to pick up on the loose ball and put it into Storey who headed home at the far post.

Whitley Bay were awarded a penalty in the 67th minute when Andrei Ardelean was brought down by Sam Read in the box, but Oliver Martin missed it – hitting the crossbar.

Moments later, the visitors got their eighth goal when Jack Robson made a great run before squaring it to Richardson who put away the ball into an open goal.

Hebburn’s final goal came nine minutes later when Robson put in a good ball for Chow to slide in at the far post against his former club.

The result sees Hebburn move up to sixth while Whitley Bay drop to 16th in the Northern League Division 1 table.

Whitley Bay: Logan, McFarlane, Hassan, Caines (Anderson 45), Cooper, Glen-Ravenhill, Christensen, Redford (Ramsey 45), Martin, Wright, Ardelean (Brannen 69).

Booked: Wright

Subs not used: Taylor and Walton

Hebburn Town: Jennison, Read, Gilhespy, Storey (Chow 71), Shaw, Spence, Stephenson, Suddick (Dibb-Fuller 69), Richardson, Sullivan (Robson 61), Armstrong.

Subs not used: Malley and Blackburn

Attendance: 286