Blyth Town were crowned Northern Alliance Newcastle Building Society premier division champions as they came from behind to win at Northbank.
Mark Worrall shot the Cumbrians ahead but Scott Jasper levelled and Jay Ritchie grabbed the winner from the penalty spot on the stroke of half-time.
Marc Shiel hit a treble in second-placed Carlisle City’s win at Seaton Delaval, with Sean Bannon and Josh Simpson grabbing the others. Alex Benjamin notched a consolation from the penalty spot.
Shankhouse sharp-shooter Lee Gustard netted a hat-trick as they hit Walker Central for six. Scott Lowery bagged a brace and John Ludlow completed the rout.
A Ryan Cocker header put Rutherford in front against North Shields Athletic and Ross Nicholson added a second late.
Goals from Tom Potter and Andrew Robertson earned Whitley Bay A a maximum return against Red House Farm.
Wallington’s match against Killingworth Station was abandoned due to a serious injury to a player.
In the Nike first division, Percy Main completed an exciting turnaround to lift the title.
Wallsend Boys Club’s Jordan Robertson and Will James looked to have put a dampener on the Villagers’ promotion party but they stormed back with late goals from Sam Thompson (penalty), Ryan McKee and an 85th minute Steve Hart strike to win the championship.
Victor Jefferson’s hat-trick put Cramlington Town in charge against Ponteland United, who also saw stand-in keeper Sam Marshall save a penalty before they stormed back with three goals in six minutes to claim a point with Gary Cook, an Andrew Clarke own goal and Ethan Bewley on the scoresheet.
Conor Aisbitt’s opener for Blyth Isabella at Birtley Saint Josephs was cancelled out by goals from Jack Pearson and Tony Smith.
Jordan Watson earned New Fordley a point at Chemfica as he levelled Chris Homans’ opener.
Kev Salmon, John Ball, Jamie Spender, Stephen Moat and Scott Andrew were Cullercoats’ scorers in their 5-2 success against Bedlington Terriers Reserves.
Nick Harrison hit two for Newcastle Uni, who were held to an exciting 4-4 draw by Hexham. Lewis Whybrow and Matthew Baldwin got the others.
In the Bay Plastics second division, Josh Hay was back on the goal trail with a hat-trick as Shilbottle CW cut Gateshead Leam Rangers’ lead at the top to four points by crashing in eight at Swalwell. Liam Brooks struck twice with Matty Graham, Phil Grey and Ross Gair adding the others. Gary Taylor notched a consolation.
Callum Budzinki’s double for Longbenton put a dent in Lindisfarne Custom Planet’s promotion hopes and kept the Bulls in the picture. Adam Scope added a third with Jonny Storey replying.
John Wyres was on target for Wallsend Labour Club but Alnwick Town Reserves’ Neil MacFarlane stretched the net at the other end.
First half goals from David Hewitt and Aldair Batista gave Seaton Burn victory over Cramlington United.
Lewis Walker and Daryl Patterson chalked up for Forest Hall in their success at Whitburn.