ANDY Robertson proved too hot for Hebburn Reyrolle’s defence to handle.
The powerful Whitley Bay A striker has notched for the first team this season and made sure he remains on Seahorses boss Ian Chandler’s radar as he netted a hat-trick.
Kyle Downey and Lewis Burns both tucked away doubles as Bay were in seventh heaven, while Wallsend Town hit-men Chris Garwood, Paul McHutcheon and Craig Burke fired home in a comfortable win over basement side Gateshead Rutherford.
Both Shankhouse and Percy Main made it three wins from three with victories over Seaton Delaval and Ashington Colliers respectively.
Chris Rue’s double and a Connor Andrews strike moved Shankhouse up to 12th with a late Jordan Walsh own goal the only blot on their copybook, whereas the Villagers went ahead just after the break through Scott Pocklington’s shot.
Late goals from Mark Richardson and Chris Bell put the icing on the cake.
Sean Bannon headed Carlisle City ahead against Heaton Stannington, but the black and whites earned a point when Lee Johnson crashed in a 70th-minute leveller.
Harraby’s Stuart Bell shot them in front from the penalty spot, but Walker Central hit back with eight minutes to go as James Walker levelled and they were left stunned in the last minute as Andrew Beadling angled in a low shot to win it.
Amble United were trailing to goals from Killingworth Sporting’s Liam Callaghan and Darren Walsh but hit back to book a spot in the Kicks Leisure Challenge Cup final with Brent Aisbitt and an injury time Rikki Hume strike taking the tie to extra time and a penalty shoot-out.
Chris Hall’s double put Stocksfield into the last four of the Northumberland FA Senior Benevolent Bowl. Carl Hetherington had given visitors Blyth Town a first-half lead.