FOUR wins in four has catapulted league newcomers Haltwhistle Jubilee to the top three.

Jubes continued their season’s success with a 4-1 win over Gosforth Bohemians at The Burn.

Haltwhistle trailed early on after conceding a penalty with the home side struggling to adjust to a different formation.

The side have continued to impress during their debut season in the First Division, and slowly grew into the game despite the early setback.

An equaliser from Greg Irwin smashed Jubes level on 26 minutes with both sides going into half time level.

It only took a few passages of play in the second half for Haltwhistle to take lead thanks to a powering Paul Wilson header from a corner.

Haltwhistle were now fully in their stride, but failed to convert the numerous chances that came their way.

However a goalkeeper error in the 85th minute from a Thomas Wilkie free kick saw Jack Barker poke the ball into the net.

Kieran Robley sealed the deal for the home side to finish the game off and secure Jubes the three points.

The league leaders host Seaton Burn on Saturday, a side unbeaten after two wins and two draws.

High-scoring Prudhoe sit in first place after five wins in five.

A total of 22 goals in five games, while conceding only seven, has seen the red and blacks continue last season’s form.

Ryan Burnyeat added another goal to this season’s tally as the side defeated Red Row Welfare 3-1 at Kimberly Park.

But it was Harry Mitchell who secured the man of the match thanks to a goal in the fifth win of the season.

Prudhoe welcome seventh-placed Bedlington on Saturday as they look to continue their unbeaten run.

There was less fortune for Hexham, however, as they lost out to second-placed Cramlington United in a close-fought contest.

Hexham sit in eighth place after one win, one draw and two losses.

In the Premier Division, Ponteland United sealed success with a 3-2 win over Seaton Delaval AFC.

Goals from Calvert and Ethan Bewley had Pont in control at 2 -1 until Delaval equalised with the black and white’s down to nine men.

But it was Zackary Bewley whose goal and man of the match performance steered the side over the line.

Ponteland are well-placed in sixth position after two wins, and one draw.

Wallington’s rise to the top of the table continues after an impressive away victory at league rivals Cullercoats.

The Greens bounced back from the previous week’s defeat to take the three points after early difficulty.

Cullercoats took an early lead, but Wallington remained calm and collected to take a foothold in the game.

Two goals from Jordan Nellis and one from Simon Farrier capped off the coastal victory for the Oakford Park side.