SANDERSON CUP, QUARTER-FINAL
Rothbury 2 Red Row Welfare 3
Rothbury led at half-time thanks to a Chris Coe goal. Red Row hit back to net three times in the second half, with goals from Mark Anderson, Sean Palmer and Galvin Flanighan, while Rothbury added a second, when Coe got his second of the match.
Alnmouth Utd 3 Bamburgh Castle 1
Alnmouth sealed the First Division title but had to come from behind to take the points. A good finish from Johnny Johnson gave Bamburgh a 10th minute lead, with Alnmouth drawing level thanks to an own-goal in the 30th minute, making it 1-1 at half-time. On 50 minutes, a Judd Donohoe goal put Alnmouth ahead, with a Brett Rogerson strike on 55 minutes sealing the win.
Highfields United 1 Lowick United 7
Lowick hit four goals during the first half, while in the second, Simon Hargreaves netted for Highfields, but Lowick netted three more before the final whistle, Ewan Sherry and Andy Metcalfe with two each and single strikes from Paul Fairley and Gary Fairbairn, plus an own-goal, made up the Lowick total.
Alnmouth v Tweedmouth Rangers - postponed.
Lynemouth Anglers 1 Tweedmouth Harrow 4
Goals from Andrew Neil and Andy Burgon saw the teams level at half-time. In the second half, Harrow took the tie with further goals from Johnny Blythe (two) and Mark Anderson.
Embleton WR 0 North Sunderland 3
An own-goal and a Robert Scott goal saw the visitors ahead at half-time. A Neil McFarlane goal during the second half sealed the win for North Sunderland.
Wansbeck AFC 4 Belford 2
Ross Moore netted for Belford in the first half but two goals from Jack Anderson gave Wansbeck the lead at half-time. Darren Thompson netted a second goal for Belford, but further goals by Glen Straughan and Michael Freathy ensured the win for Wansbeck.
ROBSON CUP, SEMI-FINAL
Springhill 1 Craster Rovers 0
After a goalless first half, the tie was settled midway through the second half when a David Jardine shot somehow found its way into the net to give Springhill the win.
Wooler Reserves 1 Amble St Cuthbert 5
Amble moved into top spot in the division after this result. Liam and Reece Ramsay had given Amble the lead at half-time. In the second half, Joshua Harrison, Connor Stroughton and a second from Liam Ramsay saw Amble extend the lead, with Alan Taylor on the scoresheet for Wooler.