A look at the games involving local sides in the North Northumberland League.
NORTH SUNDERLAND 1
The home side never recovered from a slow start and found themselves four down at half-time.
Lowick continued to dominate after the break and ran out comfortable winners.
Marco Lambert netted four for the visitors, Metcalfe (2) and Hindmarsh (1). The Seahouses consolation was scored by Robert Scott.
TWEEDMOUTH RANG 3
Tweedmouth made a good start and were two goals up inside the first five minutes through Peter McAskill and Craig Howard.
In the second half Bamburgh had a chance to pull a goal back from the penalty spot, but missed, and Shane McGregor sealed the win for Rangers with a third in the 88th minute.
League leaders Belford romped to victory over Eglingham, but were made the work hard in the first half when they only managed to build up a 2-0 lead.
After the break Belford dominated, however, and took the points with two goals apiece from Fraser Tait, Ross Moore and Kevin Greshon, and one apiece from Darren Thompson, Kevin France and Archie Little.
TWEED’ HARROW 0
AMBLE ST CUTHBERT 5
Amble kept up the pressure at the top of the second division with a comfortable win over Tweedmouth Harrow.
Scorers for Amble were Liam Ramsay with a hat-trick and Reece Ramsay with two.
WOOLER RES 0
Springhill kept in touch with the leading sides with this viictory over Wooler.David Jardine, Colin Young and Ritchie Green made it 3-0 at half-time, with a second from Jardine and an own goal after the break completing the scoring.