TYNEDALE teams continue to lead the way in Division One of the Northern Alliance, both boasting 100 per cent records.

Prudhoe YC Seniors’ sixth win on the bounce see them ahead of Tyne Valley rivals Haltwhistle Jubilee who are the only other team in the division yet to drop a point, but having played one game less.

Both teams are finding the back of the net frequently, with current leaders Prudhoe notching up 28 games from their opening six fixtures.

That trend continued as they defeated Bedlington 5-3, but they did not have it all their own way as they found themselves trailing 2-0.

But they fought back and a double from Ryan Burnyeat, and strikes from Danny Driver, James Reay and Arron Fletcher earned them all three points.

Haltwhistle’s charge is being led by teenage striker Aaron Hardy who is joint leading scorer in the division with six after a ha-trick at the weekend.

Hardy gave his team the advantage at half time at home to Seaton Burn, with a screamer from Jack Barker and a header from Liam Crowe putting them in control, before Hardy completed the scoring and his hat-trick in the process in the 5-0 victory.

Fellow Division One side Hexham find themselves situated firmly in mid table in eighth spot after they shared six goals with Wallsend Boys Club, Hexham now having won one and drawn two of their opening five fixtures.

Ponteland United were unable to stop the Premier Division front runners from continuing their good start to the season, going down 4-2.

A hat-trick from Steven McLaughlin and a strike from Steven Best put Newcastle Chemfica well in control, with two goals in the final 10 minutes giving hosts United at least something to show from the game.

Wallington’s game against Shankhouse was postponed due to two opposing players players testing positive for Covid-19.

Ponteland United Reserves made it two wins on the bounce in Division Two courtesy of goals from Sean McDonald and Lutfur Karim.

A goal from Connor Terry in the 90th minute was in consolation for home side Wideopen and District as all points belonged to Pont.