ALNWICK Town Reserves kept up the pressure at the top of Division One with a 4-0 victory over Longhoughton Rangers.
Neil MacFarlane, Stephen Hutchins, Jake Lowes and Paul Yeadon were all on target.
Springhill and Shilbottle CW shared six goals in a 3-3 draw.
Kyle Wood (2) and David Jardine were the Springhill scorers, while two Phil Grey goals and a Richard Brown strike made up Shilbottle’s counters.
Wooler all but made sure of the Division Two title as two Luke Strangeways efforts, a Jack Strangeways penalty and a Tom Martin finish saw them beat Hedgeley Rovers.
Belford lost out to Berwick United Reserves, whose marksmen were Paul Hargreaves, Robert Curle and Michael Robinson.
Bamburgh Castle’s Johnny Love, Johnny Johnson and Darren Egdell netted to give their side their first home win of the season against Alnmouth United, who replied through Sean Anderson and Jamie York.