IT is still all to play for as the two Tynedale teams go into 2021 battling it out for top honours in Division One.

Leaders Prudhoe YC Seniors and rivals Haltwhistle Jubilee both picked up maximum points at the weekend as they refuse to lose ground in the anticipated title race.

Prudhoe end 2020 as leaders as they defeated Hebburn Town U23 3-1.

Man of the match Rob Hayes added to his opening goal for the club the previous week to cap a great performance.

He was joined on the scoresheet by teammates Josh Mottram and David Burns.

The result took Prudhoe past the 30 point mark season from their opening 13 league fixtures, with 10 victories and one draw.

They remain three points ahead of Haltwhistle, who have played three games fewer. From their opening 10 fixtures, they have won nine and drawn once as their unbeaten run continued at the weekend.

They had to work hard for their three points against FC United of Newcastle, although the result was never realistically in doubt.

A drubbing looked on the cards as, after just nine minutes, Aaron Hardy found the back of the net to put the Jubes ahead.

It remained at 1-0 until Paul Wilson netted 10 minutes after the break, before Hardy made it 3-0 after the hour.

Newcastle hit a consolation with 15 minutes remaining, but never really threatened to get back in the game.

Hexham returned to action with a five-star display as they defeated Felling Magpies 5-0.

Brad Ives opened the scoring, with Kurtis Harvey also getting in on the act.

A Felling defender put the ball in his own net before a second from Harvey and a strike from Matt Kilby rounded off the scoring to move Hexham to fifth in the table.

Ponteland United Reserves were in fine form in Division Two as they held second placed AFC Newbiggin to a 1-1 draw.

Jordan Allin got the goal in a game where Sean Mcdonald and Jake Lynch impressed.