IN the first round of the Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday Football League SA Randolph Cup, Burradon and New Fordley won 7-2 at Blyth Comrades.
Paul Wilary was in fine form scoring four goals with further strikes from Daniel Young, Kieron Parsons and Cameron Patrick.
For Comrades, evergreen Steven Bell and Chris Mitchell were on target.
In the Saints Shield, the New Delaval and Newsham and Blyth Masons Arms game went to extra time before Masons 4-3.
The score was 3-3 at the end of 90 minutes with goals for New Delaval coming from Kevin Turner, Mark Quinn and Ricki Cook, while Steven Elsey was the Masons hero with a hat-trick with Graeme Hogg also on the scoresheet.
Monkseaton Arms beat Blyth Seahorse 4-1 at home with Alan Erridge scoring the consolation goal for Seahorse.
Blyth Ridley Park went out of the Eric Anderson Cup in the first round, losing 2-0 at home to West Allotment.
Bedlington Community kept up their good start to the season when they progressed to the next round with an 8-1 win at Cramlington Phoenix.
Johnathan Marshall was on target for Phoenix. Antony Harrison led the scoring for the winners with four, while Richard Stobbart scored a hat-trick and Michael Douglas completed the scoring.
New Hartley had to fight all the way to reach the next round when the won by the odd goal in three at home against Ashington Bubbles Utd.
James Heathcote and Andrew Wilson scored for Hartley with Kris Allington on target for Bubbles.
Ashington Rohan Kanhai were no match for Ashington Grand Street as the newcomers went down 18-1 at home.
Darren Fawcus was on target for the Kanhai , but goals from Chris Hogg (4), Stephen Frater (4), Shaun Laing (2), Stuart Arkle (2), Robert Curry (2), keeper Chris Baines (2), David Curry and Daniel Purvis won the game.
In the premier division, Ashington Mortimer remain unbeaten after 4-2 win at home against Whitley Bay Cibos. Martin Humble led the soring with two with John Gall and Jason Riches also on target.
The Eagle went down at home against Milbourne Arms 2-0.
Cowpen Percy Arms had a good win away against Ashington White House. Steven Rylatt scored both their goals in a 2-0 win.
In division two Blagdon Arms beat Newsham Black Diamond 3-1 at home.
Blagdon scorers were Stephen Scott (2) and Mark Herron. Jamie Summers scored for Black Diamond.
Marden Residents had a good home win against North Shields Royal Arms, beating the previously undefeated opponents 3-1.