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(From Newcastle Evening Chronicle)
BLYTH Sports and Social Club were one of the favourites for this season's Pauline Gainford Cup.
However, they were surprisingly knocked out by Dinnington Village, who fully deserved the victory.
Three goals in the opening quarter put Blyth on the back foot - and they were unable to recover.
Anthony Robson bagged a brace, with Steve Fee, Mark Dummet and Mark Adamson also on target. James Bell replied for Blyth.
Benedictine hit top form to sink Jesmond Lonsdale 6-1, Steve Earl and Chris Godfrey with two each and further strikes from Joe Donnelly and Andy Winton. Jay Walsh put away Lonsdale's …