14 Oct 2020 in News
Re-cap all of the action from the weekend's round of fixtures in the Northern League's second-tier...
A thrilling 4-3 win for Carlisle City against Easington Colliery sent them top of the Northern League Division 2.
Jordan Palmer bagged a brace for the Sky Blues and they went into the half-time break three goals up - managing to stave off the Colliers fightback to put them on top of the pile after week six.
Bedlington have three games on hand, however, as their game with Sunderland West End was called off due to COVID-19 guidelines. The Terriers’ proposed fixture with Washington last night suffered the exact same fate.
West Allotment Celtic claimed another scalp as they thrashed Washy 5-1 on home soil with Hayton and Baxter, the two danger men against RACA a fortnight ago, ripping up once again to fire Celtic up to fifth place after just seven games.
Tow Law continued their winning streak as they edged out a tight 1-0 win against bottom-half Willington. Michael Vasey’s side have now won three on the bounce and sit third in the division after a decent start to the season.
Here are Saturday’s results in full, courtesy of the EBAC: