STRIKER Greg Irwin provided the firepower which earned Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons maximum points from their trip to Mickley Social Club .

Capping a man of the match performance, he hit the back of the net four times during the 7-0 drubbing. Strike partner Rob Hayes scored twice and Dan Parker got the other.

Stefan Rainbow was again named man of the match for Mickley.

Hexham Phoenix lost 1-0 for the second week running as champions Prudhoe Town made it six points from six courtesy of a sole Matty Bloomer strike. Danny Driver starred for Town, with Jason Williams earning Hexham's man of the match award.

Crawcrook Fox and Hounds had man of the match striker Lee Peacock to thank largely for their 7-2 drubbing of Haydon Bridge Anchor , the star man finding the back of the net five times.

He was joined on the scoresheet by teammates Owen Lee and Callum McCue with Kieran Robley and Glen Tweddle netting for Bridge, who had Joey Robson impressing.

A double from man of the match Marc Nixon and singles from Gary Nixon and Will Forsyth saw Barrasford edge out Haltwhistle Railway 4-3. Jack Barker, who was named star man for Haltwhistle, scored two and Stu Sproul one.

Two goals from Nathan Reed saw Ryton Michealangelo's come from behind to record a 2-1 victory over Rose and Crown Bellingham in Division Two. Adam Bell starred for Ryton.

Goals from Dan Brown and Jamie Lishman saw Heddon St Andrew's defeat Wylam Black Bull by the same scoreline. Teo Birsan scored for Bull, with debutant Sam Brown named their star man and Will Hedley earning the honour for Heddon.

A brace from Joe Harkness was in consolation for Riding Mill as they went down 5-2 at Crawcrook Social Club .

Ross Thompson hit two and man of the match Jack Henderson, Owen Reed and Adam Taylor one each for Crawcrook. Owen Graham starred for Mill.

Lee Riley scored four, Luke Winter three and man of the match Dan Miller and Sam Martin two each as Hexhamshire , who also had Lewis Twizell, Robin Mitchell and Patrick Dryden on target, thumped Ponteland United Stamfordham 14-0. Rob Reay impressed for Stamfordham.

The honours were shared as Ponteland Village and Hexham Hearts drew 3-3.

Man of the match Jordan O'Neill scored two and Kevin Mallett one for Pont, with Nathan Kirk hitting a double and man of the match Nathan Drury one for Hearts.