Sunderland West End required penalties to progress to Round Three of the TWR Shipowners Charity Cup against Redcar Athletic.

Redcar opened the scoring early in the first-half through Jack Simpson, but goals from Lee Smith and Mark Robinson turned the tie in West End’s favour before half-time

Simpson shortly levelled after the break and neither could find a winner in normal time – allowing West End to keep their cool in the shootout.

Silksworth CW forced penalties to book their place in the next round of the Monkwearmouth Cup at the expense of Boldon CA.

CW were down to 10 men for the final 20 minutes but were able to see out a stalemate and take the game to spot-kicks.

And it Silksworth who emerged victorious – scoring five out of five penalties while Boldon could only convert four.

In Friday night’s game, South Shields Reserves fell to a  4-3 away defeat in the Wearside League following Harton and Westoe’s late comeback.

The Mariners led at the break, despite falling behind early on, as David Conroy and Sly Choundhury found the net.

Harton and Westoe responded quickly in the second-half but Logan Powell almost immediately restored the visitors lead.

The hosts equalised with eight minutes remaining and devastatingly for the Mariners, found a winner in the dying minutes.