Lowick United 4
Alnwick Town Reserves 2
In a well contested game Lowick led at half-time by the odd goal in three and during the second half added two more while Alnwick netted one in reply.
Goalscorers for Lowick were Ben Fairbairn, Terry Fannon and Kris Dixon (two) with Adam Jobson and Jake Morrison scoring for Alnwick.
North Sunderland 2
Bamburgh Castle 3
This was a good local derby with both teams playing some good football.
Two first half gaols gave Bamburgh the advantage at half-time with Robert Scott scoring for the home side.
In the second half Robert Scott got his second of the game but Bamburgh snatched victory with the last kick of the game.
Goalscorers for Bamburgh were Johnny Johnson (two) and one from Dan Patten.
Belford bounced back from last week’s defeat to record their first win since gaining promotion last season.
A good first half performance saw them three ahead at half-time they added a fourth before the final whistle with Graham Whitehead scoring for Rothbury. Mark Dunlop (three) and Ross Moore were the Belford scorers.
Tweedmouth Rangers 9
Amble St Cuthbert 1
After a good result last week Amble were on the wrong end of a heavy defeat at Berwick.
After conceding five goals in the first half they then lost four more before the final whistle. Reece Ramsay netted their consolation goal in the first half with Tweedmouth’s goals being shared by Peter McAskill (three) Martin Tait and Craig Walker two apiece plus single goals from Shane McGregor and Sean Simpson.
Red Row Welfare 9
Bedlington Breakers 3
Bedlington led by two goals after just five minutes, but by half-time Red Row had hit back to net six goals.
The second half was a quieter affair with the home club scoring another three while the visitors netted once more before full time.
Darren Smith (four) Max Anderson (two) and further goals from Josh Baston, Paul Smith and Sean Palmer made up the Red Row total.
Bedlington Breakers scorers were Ryan Wilson, Anthony Vacher and Jordan Lashley.
Ashington Town Central 1
Ashington couldn’t build on last week’s victory as they lost out to visitors Springhill.
Mark Taylor was again on target for the home side with Andrew Dickson (two) and Daryll scoring for Springhill.
Spittal Rovers 11
Craster Rovers 1
The result ended up as a heavy defeat for Craster but did not reflect their efforts throughout the match.
Glen Robson had scored for Craster in the first half but Spittal led after scoring twice themselves.
It was again close during the second half but three goals in three minutes midway through the second half saw Craster collapse. Adam Turner (four) Chris Coe (three) Daniel Cornish, Gary Wales, Robbie Skelly, plus and og made up the final Spittal total.
Highfields Utd 1
A close first half saw both teams score during the first half with Logan Sykes the Highfields marksmen.
Wooler pushed forward after half-time and netted three times before the final whistle.