REIGNING champions Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons continued their great form as they came away from their trip to the North Tyne with all three points.

They made it seven wins from seven in Division One with a convincing 3-0 victory.

Man of the match Jack Barker, Dan Kirkup and Rob Hayes got their goals, while Jake Thompson impressed for hosts Wark.

Second placed Riding Mill didn't lose any further ground on them as they were 6-2 victors over Hexham Phoenix.

James Reay led the way with a hat-trick, with man of the match Matty Bloomer, Richie Slaughter and Owen Graham also netting.

Luke Parkinson and Matthew Kilby got Hexham's goals, with Alex Hannant starring for the visitors.

Hexhamshire ended 2020 six points clear at the top of Division Two as they blew Barrasford out of the water by securing an 8-2 victory.

Man of the match Nathan Drury scored twice, as did Ali Harris and Hughes.

Alex Martin and Armstrong also got in on the act.

For Barrasford, Marc Nixon and Will McClure netted, while Bobby Oliver was named star man.

Second placed Halfway House United slipped up as they lost 2-1 at home to Ryton Michelangelo's.

The honours were even when Heddon United Reserves as Heddon United U23 met for the first time.

Adam Day scored both goals for the Reserves during an eye-catching performance, with Terry Hall hitting both goals for the U23. Callum Murphy was named star man for the 'visitors'.

Second division side FC Ryton pulled off a shock to progress in the Durham FA Sunday Cup, defeating Consett and District Sunday League title hopefuls Consett Steel Club.

After the sides played out a 2-2 draw, the tie went into a penalty shoot-out, and it was the Hexham and District side which kept their cool.

Craig Stobbs sent home the winning penalty as Ryton clinched it 5-4 to make it into the hat for the next round.