CULLERCOATS Reserves ran riot against Grainger Park Boys Club to move off the bottom of division one in the Tyneside Amateur League.
Goals from Ashley Cole, Jonny Rush, a David Llewellyn double and hat-tricks each for Chris Connor and Marc Hunter saw them romp to a 10-1 success, with the sole reply from Shaun Sager.
Walker Central were almost as good as they maintained their position as leaders with a 9-1 win over Newcastle Medicals.
Hat-tricks from Sam Grievson and David Tulip were supplemented by one each from Mark Winton, Mark Donaghey and player-manager Gavin Cushin. James Burns provided the sole response for Medicals.
West Jesmond remain second after coming out on top by the odd goal in nine at South Newsham against Blyth Town Reserves.
A double from Darren Percy and efforts from Martin Robinson and Michael Adamson were not enough for the home side as goals from manager Chris Barr, Ed Shanks, Kester Young, Douglas Cranston and Alan Fenton won it for the visitors.
New York are still third after beating Gosforth Bohemians Reserves 4-1, despite being reduced to ten men.
A hat-trick from Danny Henderson means he now has 18 in nine games, and Billy Simmonds added the fourth with Liam Riley netting for Bohs.
High Howdon Social Club jumped into fourth after seeing off Rutherford Reserves 3-1.
Both sides were then reduced to ten men before a John Wyres strike five minutes from time saw them home.
In division two, Winlaton The Queens Head made it 11 league wins out of 11 with a 5-1 success at Ponteland United Reserves.
Liam Anderson’s strike for the home side was bettered by Ryan Latimer’s hat-trick and further goals from Liam McGivern and Mathew Fothergil’s 17th of the campaign.
Fourth placed Longbenton were made to work for victory at basement club Wallsend United, triumphing by the odd goal in seven. Doubles from David Short and Robert Woods were too much for Wallsend, who still have nothing to show for their efforts this season, despite goals from Aaron Chalmers, Ryan Weatherspoon and Paul Logan.
North Shields Town gained their second successive win, beating Newcastle Chemfica Reserves 2-1 thanks to goals from Gary Blythe and James Ridley, with a sole response from Nicholas Lord.
Shields are now level on points with Wardley, who drew 3-3 at home for the second week in a row, this time against Gosforth Bohemians A.
Carl Clarke and Dean Kirtley had notched last week and did so again, with the third Wardley goal from David Ravenhall.
Bohs, however, claimed a share of the spoils thanks to Adam Sirrett and a brace from Colin McLaughlin.