Bransty need penalties to move on in Memorial Shield
Published at 11:09, Thursday, 15 March 2012
BRANSTY needed penalties to beat Frizington and move into the next round of the Focsa Ken Glover Memorial Shield.Premier Division
The two sides could not be separated after two hours of football. The impressive Ryan Sisson gave Frizington the lead but Bransty hit back through Mark Callon.
The teams traded goals through Barry Armfield and Connor Holliday and there was a continued stalemate in extra time as it finished 2-2 and penalties were called.
The visitors held their nerve to win 4-3 on penalties to move on.
Mirehouse also marched into the next round as they inflicted a 7-1 defeat on St Bees. Carl Lofthouse hit a hat-trick for Mirehouse, with one each from Michael Ferguson, Jake Smith, Stephen Priestley and a penalty from Ryan Smith.
Saints’ consolation came from Scott Metcalfe.
Andy Hinde scored a hat-trick as Silloth made round three of the Shield with a stunning 5-0 win over Whitehaven Miners and Netherhall got revenge for their league defeat to Longtown with a 4-2 win.
Warwick Wanderers scor-ed a last minute goal throu-gh John Irving to beat Harr-aby Catholic Club Youth 2-1.
Aspatria beat Carlisle City 3-1 in the ISS Peter Dawson Benevolent Cup while Borough lost 4-2 to Wigton Harriers in the JJ Club Whitehaven Cup.
In the league, Windscale beat Whitehaven 2-0 in the second division, with strikes from Andrew McDonald and Ryan Lowery.
Wigton v Netherhall
Workington Red House v Carlisle City Reserves
Silloth v Warwick Wanderers
JJ Club Whitehaven Cup
Cockermouth v Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves
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