West Allotment Celtic 2 Hebburn 0
The match seems to have been dramatic, with what is described as a "bizarre goalkeeping erro" contributing to the result. I quote:
'The defence was less assured as half-time approached, playing their part in one of the most unusual goals in recent memory. Kallum McGlen looked lively with the ball to feet, but his cross from the right wing was hopelessly shanked into the stratosphere. A seemingly easy take remained for ‘keeper Gary Rogers, but an untimely collision with a teammate saw the ball escape his grasp, bobbling unexpectedly over the line and literally gifting Celtic a welcome buffer at the break.'
It sounds like a more exciting match than many in the Premier League, and a full report, only slightly biased I'm sure, can be read on their website.
For those who really care about these things, West Allotment Celtic really were an allotment team, formed in 1928 by the merger of West Allotment Primitive Methodists and West Allotment Juniors. Their history is a wonderful story and can be read on their website. Generations of football enthusiasts have kept the team going through thick and thin in this obscure corner of amateur league soccer. Do visit their website and learn more.