THE second weekend of the Northumberland and Tyneside Cricket League saw another mixed bag of results for teams in the region.

Stocksfield, who on the opening day of the season lost out to Morpeth, claimed their first win of the year at home against Seaton Burn on Saturday.

After losing the toss, the hosts were set 164 to win by the away side, when up stepped both Adrian Marrison and captain Steven Henderson to lead the run chase.

A fine 65 knock from Marrison was added to by a score of 57 by Henderson, with the side only going on to only lose four wickets on their way to the win.

Elsewhere in Division One, Tynedale struggled for the second weekend in a row.

They again were defeated, this time at the hands of Morpeth, who ended up claiming a big 112 run win after the hosts could only manage 96 all out in response to their 208.

In Division Two, Ponteland couldn’t push on from their opening weekend win and lost out to Blagdon Park in a thrilling match.

After batting first, Blagdon set a score of 203/8 from their 45 overs, with Ponteland just missing out on the win after a response of 196/9 by the end of their innings including a 74 from Jonathan Appleby.

Division Three saw two of the region’s teams take wins, with both Corbridge and Stocksfield 2nds victorious.

Corbridge defeated Stobswood Welfare by 88 runs after bowling the away side all out for 103, while a 76 from Matthew Page helped Stocksfield take their first win of the season, while Allendale were beaten by GEMS by a huge 165 runs.

Division Four saw Tynedale 2nds beat Kirkley by four wickets and Ponteland 2nds also won against Percy Main 2nds by just a single wicket in another close match.

Two standouts performances headlined Riding Mill’s game at Lintz 2nds in Division Five South, as a knock of 101 from the home side’s Richard Moody wasn’t enough to stop Riding Mill from claiming an eight wickets win, with Kiel Zurawlew hitting 91 for the visitors. Corbridge 2nds took a narrow five run win over Ryton 2nds and Stocksfield 3rd’s were defeated by Lions in Division Six South.