BLYTH Spartans Under-15’s dominance over most of the league continued with a commanding performance against a competent Prudhoe Yellows.
Blyth’s defence was rarely threatened, although the breakthrough did take around 25 minutes to come after many a near miss.
Fine wing play by Jake Whisson found a surging run from Samuel Johnson who was brought down by the keeper and man of the match James Gillie converted from the spot.
The second was not far behind when a good passage of play was finished by Alex Robinson, ending his recent drought in front of goal.
The start of the the second half started as the first finished with Liam Wall netting his 26th of the season, then another fine run and cross from Whisson found Robinson for his second of the game.
The scoring ended with again with skillful work from Whisson who chased down a lost cause to pull the ball back and Johnson added his name to the score sheet.
This week the squad head to Belgium for the prestigious Euro-Cup Tornooi, and when they return they will have two games remaining to secure the league.