TREBLES from James Stokoe and Kurtis Harvey helped inflict a second successive defeat on champions Prudhoe Town.

The strikers both helped themselves to hat-tricks, to go along with an own goal, as Hexham Phoenix defeated Town 7-2, with Stephen Marsden impressive for the victors.

For Town, man of the match Andy Sagar and Josh Brooks netted.

Dan Kirkup led the line in style for leaders Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons as he marked a man of the match display by firing home five goals in his side's 9-0 demolition of Crawcrook Fox and Hounds. Rob Hayes hit a hat-trick and Jack Currah the other goal, while Owen Lee was star man for Crawcrook.

Haydon Bridge Anchor moved off the foot of the table as a double from Kieran Robley and a single from man of the match Mark Elliott saw them defeat Mickley Social Club, who had Michael Gilroy on target and James Watson named star man, 3-1.

Barrasford are now the team propping up the rest of the table as goals from Jack Barker, Liam Stephenson, Michael Telford, Billy Rogan and Lewis Weeks secured a 5-1 triumph for Haltwhistle Railway. Ben Moralee was named man of the match, with Barrasford's equivalent Will Forsyth getting their only goal.

In Division Two, a double from Owen Grham and singles from man of the match Dale Dodds, Regan Robinson and Matty Bloomer earned Riding Mill a 5-1 win over Wylam Black Bull, who had Sam Wilkinson on target and Nathan Moore impressing.

Goals from Craig Stobbs, Jordan Martlew and Liam Garrett earned leaders Ryton Michelangelo's a 3-1 victory over Hexhamshire, who had Josh Dodwell on target.

Debutant Jonna Harrison was named Ryton's man of the match, with Jack Colmer earning Shire's equivalent.

Two goals from Will Hedley and one each from Dave Green and Jamie Lishman saw Heddon St Andrew's, best served by Ross Bailey, defeat Hexham Hearts 4-1. Dan Toward scored for Hearts, and Joe Shepherd was named man of the match.

Jordan O'Neill scored twice and Peter McRoberts, Abtin Zafarani, Shaun Henderson and Jackson Finneran once each during Ponteland Village's 6-1 win over Rose and Crown Bellingham. Michael Jobson was named their star player, with Phil Suckling earning Bellingham's award. Aaron Hawkins scored the visitors' consolation.

Adam Taylor scored three, Jack Henderson and Andy Horne two and man of the match David Mitchell and Reece Hepple one as Crawcrook Social Club defeated Ponteland United Stamfordham, best served by Marcus Sewell, 9-0.