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Members of Amble East End FC's junior and over-40s sections with coach Josh Rutherford (centre of middle row)
They rose together but Amble Speedy hit it hard giving the initiative to Mudahim.
Thanks to the Brits' passion for the ultimate comfort food, the support of appreciative locals and the renaissance of Amble - on the back of massive investment that has brought tourists and new businesses flocking to the town - Peter has seen his own shop grow, enabling him to take on a 17-year-old butchery apprentice.
Thanks to Amble Town Council for their support in hosting the event, which has become very popular since it began in 2015.
I expect we are going to get more consultations like this as it is quite clear Amble is a very popular place.
The second final of the weekend, the Bilclough Cup final, played on Saturday night, was a much closer game, as was to be expected between Tweedmouth Harrow and Amble St Cuthbert.
The council's business chair, Coun Scott Dickinson, has welcomed the proposals as key to attracting more people to Amble, which is one of Northumberland's up-and-coming coastal tourism destinations.
Amble almost took the lead at Bedlington Terriers FC after two minutes when a header fron Hay struck the bar.
Cuthbert's Church, Amble on Monday 21st March at 1.
Victory Shield winners were Red Row First School, who beat Amble Links First School in an entertaining final.
Amble held off the challenge of Prestatyn and Bognor Regis to be awarded the coastal community accolade in the Great British High Street Awards 2015, at a ceremony in London on Monday.
Amble Under-16s meet Blaydon YC in the final of the Pin Point Recruitment Junior League's Under-16 Challenge Trophy at Wallsend BC on Sunday, April 17.