PRUDHOE Youth Club Seniors have been in goalscoring form since their return to action.

After a 5-0 victory on the opening day of the new formatted mini-league, they bettered that scoreline at the weekend as they put seven without reply past Whitley Bay Sporting Club.

David Burns was the man of the moment as his hat-trick helped his side to three comfortable points.

He was joined on the scoresheet by Craig Fairley, Rob Hayes and Adam Bell, while a Whitley Bay player put the ball into his own net too.

Arron Fletcher was named man of the match.

The victory was their third from the three games since their return, as they defeated Red Row Welfare 3-1 in between.

Burns was again on song as the man of the match helped himself to two goals, with Fairley also on the scoresheet again.

Haltwhistle Jubilee have been unable to recapture their form pre-third lockdown and, after avoiding defeat in all 12 of their previous games, they have now lost two on the bounce.

Aaron Hardy hit a consolation in a game when Mark Robson was man of the match for Halty as they lost 3-1 to Hebburn Town U23, which was followed up by a 2-0 loss at home to FC United of Newcastle.

Goals from Branndon Fearns-Kennedy and Kieran Robley helped Hexham to a 2-1 victory over Cramlington United, just days after they went down by the same scoreline to Gosforth Bohemians.

A Jordan Nellis penalty secured Wallington’s first victory since they returned to action as they edged out Shankhouse 3-2.

John Paxton and Brad Richardson had twice given Walington the lead before Nellis’ spot kick decided matters.

An Ethan Bewley double earned Ponteland United a 2-0 win over AFC Killingworth, but it was swiftly followed up with a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Burradon and New Fordley.

Ponteland United Reserves picked up four points as they followed up a 2-2 draw with Seaton Sluice with a 2-1 victory over West Jesmond.