In division one of the Morpeth Sunday League, The Wharton Arms recorded a 1-0 win over Ashington RAOB thanks to a goal from striker Joe Moscrop.
Taking advantage of Ashington’s loss, Amble Tavern went six points clear at the top thanks to a 13-0 win over Riverside Lodge.
In division two, North End Trap also sit six points clear as they defeated Amble Blue Bell 9-2 thanks to a Kevin Bell hat-trick, an Ian Elliot brace and efforts from Jack Small, Josh Baston, Marc Nixon and Richard Hall.
Behind North End in second are Morpeth Shambles with an 8-1 win over Alnmouth Argyle. Shambles got the win with four goals from Steven Warwick, a double from Ashley McAlpine and strikes from Stuart Melville and Stuart Marshall.
East Chevington are still in the mix and they kept the pressure on with a 9-1 defeat of Amble Dock Hotel.
Phil Airey and Davey Shepherd both got hat-tricks, Darren Smith scored twice and a goal from Sean Palmer rounded off the victory.
Amble Dock’s consolation was scored by Calum Fenwick.
Ashington Conchie edged out The Elephant 2-1.
Stobswood unfortunately bowed out of the NFA Minor Cup at the quarter-final stage on penalties against Wylam FC.
The game remained level at 2-2 after extra time and Wylam progressed with a 5-4 win in the shoot-out.