Ryton and Crawcrook Albion Reserves collected another six points in the week to make it five consecutive wins, and ten in their last 12 games.
First they beat Wardley 5-1, with braces from Chris Henderson and David Kings and one from Matty Fothergill, Dean Kirtley netting the sole reply.
They then beat Blyth Town Reserves by the odd goal in five, with strikes from Shane Barbarel, Chris Henderson and Ryan Latimer. Brandon Nadeem and Sam Watts were the goalscorers for Town in their final game of the campaign.
Forest Hall YPC put a major dent in the title hopes of Gosforth Bohemian Reserves by returning from Benson Park with a victory, Mark Milne netting the only goal.
Hall then ended their season with a 2-2 draw against North Shields Athletic Reserves, Gary Rutherford and Jack Wearmouth on target for them, and Maksims Zaborovs and Mykola Naboka scoring for Athletic.
West Jesmond beat Newcastle East End 4-1 in midweek, with Stu Davidson, Ed Shanks and Mark Emmerson (2) on the scoresheet, and a sole reply from Aiden Le Masurier.
However they then came unstuck against Hazlerigg Victory, despite a brace from Chris Barr. Richard Coulson, Gary McRoberts, Stephen Airey and an own goal won it for Hazlerigg, who represent the league in the Northumberland FA Minor Cup Final on Friday, April 24.
Gosforth Bohemian Reserves recovered from their midweek setback to beat Newcastle Chemfica Reserves 4-2. Stephen Salter and Kevin Turnbull both celebrated pairs for Bohs, with Ellis Bowman and Connor Quinn netting for Fica.
Bedlington Juniors sit in fourth in the table after a 3-1 win over Newcastle East End, despite falling behind to a Robert Stephenson goal. A brace from Ethan Paige and one from Michael Adamson earned Bedlington the three points.
Wardley moved off second bottom spot in the table with a last gasp 3-2 win at Lindisfarne Custom Planet Reserves. Anthony Kew, Chris Lowther and Mark Burns scored for Wardley, with Chris Conway and Adam Gourley netting in vain for Lindy.