TyneMet followed up their cup win with an excellent 3-1 away win at Bishop Burton College in Hull.
The game kicked off on the superb playing surface and it was the visitors who threatened first through Dillon Blake.
The visitors made it 1-0 on 14 minutes after Mikel Thompson’s cross saw Shane Jones work the ball between his feet to fire past the keeper.
And TyneMet made it 2-0 after a long ball was not dealt with by the home defence and Thompson latched onto it and shot early past the home keeper low into the bottom corner.
The home side got back into the game on 44 minutes when a cross hit a TyneMet defender’s arm from close range and the referee harshly awarded a penalty kick, which was dispatched past keeper Callum Straker despite him going the correct way.
TyneMet had further chances to put the game beyond any doubt as Jones and Marcus McCreedy both went close on 55 minutes.
Following a lengthy delay of over 30 minutes following an injury to a home player who needed hospital treatment following an accidental clash the game restarted with the final 15 minutes to play.
TyneMet finished the stronger and put the result beyond when Michael Baxter fired home after a corner.