A superb performance from Burradon and New Fordley saw them progress into the next round of the NFA Sunday Cup after a 4-1 home win against St Peters.
Two apiece for Ryan Hutchinson and Michael Chilton did the damage.
This coming weekend the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League has two more sides in the same competition as Blyth Comrades entertain Amble Tavern and North Shields Royal Arms make the short trip to Cullercoats Formica.
Burradon and New Fordley are back in cup action themselves, this time its the all England FA Sunday Cup. They are at home to Kelloe WMC at 2pm.
Round two of the Alan Davison Cup saw Ashington White House go through with a 2-1 home win against Cramlington Phoenix. Trevor Newman and Ben Davison scored for White House and Sean Glendinning for Phoenix.
Ross Gilchrist scored four for Blyth Last Orders as they beat Blyth South Beach 6-1. Further goals came from Martyn Hepple and Alan Erridge with Steven Craig notching the consolation.
Cramlington Green put in a good performance at home against Ashington Grand, before going down by the odd goal in three. Mark Herron scored for Green, but goals rom Michael Todd and Chad Miller won it.
A weakened Forest Hall side were no match for Wansbeck Flavour Bar, going down 7-0 as Stephen Frater (3), Chris Hogg (2), Michael Hogg and Martin Humble were on target.
Newbiggin Bankhouse went through with a 4-1 home win against Blyth Isabella Colliery. Rob Holden (2) led the scoring with Colin McLellend and James Brown also on target. Paul Huck scored the consolation.
Lynemouth Institute went out at home against Ashington Bubbles after losing 5-2. Thomas Brotherton and Shaun Dodds scored for Insititute. Goals for Bubbles came from Kris Allington (2), Craig Penny (2) and Daniel Hislop.
In the premier division, Blyth Comrades beat Red Lion 5-0 with Daniel Long (2), Daniel Carr (2) and Terry Self on target.
High Street came from 2-0 down to earn a point at home against New Delaval and Newsham. Chris Foster and Mark Langlands had put Newsham on top but goals from James Ridley and Alan Fairbairn levelled it.
Division two saw an eight-goal thriller between AE Phoenix and Marden Residents which ended 4-4. On target for Phoenix were Gavin McMillan and Jason Wilso with two each, and likewise for Residents it was Michael Wedderburn and Chris Darroll on target.
FC Beacon were unlucky to go down by the odd goal in three at home against Blyth United Services. Dominic Gillespie scored for Beacon but Craig Waggott and Daniel Halliday won it for Services.
Newsham Victory lost 6-2 at home to Blyth Sports and Social Club. David Lillico and David Campbell scored for Vic but two each for Kevin Long and Jason Hamilton and further strikes from Joe Race and Craig Danielson won it.