Griffins brush aside United
Published at 07:35, Wednesday, 18 September 2013
STOCKSFIELD took out their recent frustration on Division Two strugglers Cramlington United.
With the Premier Division side not getting the rub of the green lately, they were in the mood for putting their visitors to the sword when they met in the first round of the League Cup.
And another young side impressed with a brilliant display of fast flowing football, the Griffins well deserving of their 4-0 success.
Sixteen-year-old Kane White led the way with two goals, while 18-year-old Ben Dibb-Fuller also made his way on to the scoresheet.
The more experienced head of Phil Murray found the back of the net, but he also had his head in his hands after missing a straight forward chance.
An excellent team performance pleased the management team, with the fantastic display from teenage full back Andrew Smith typifying the level of commitment expected from their young squad.
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AT a public meeting in Wylam Institute it was decided to split the remaining money in the village's peace celebration fund between the village schools and a planned war memorial to the Fallen.
A brass plaque bearing the names of 19 former students who died in the Great War was to be erected in the Wylam Council Schools at a cost of £20 and £30 was to be donated to the war memorial fund.