Division One, Acklam SW 5, Whitby Town Res 2:Acklam Steelworks entertained Whitby Town Reserves, who were playing their last match in the League following their resignation, shocked Acklam by taking the lead through a first of the season from Dean Dale.

But Acklam pulled it back to 1-1 at half time through Dean Talukder, in the second half the match was very even until the 70th minute when Talukder added two more goals in seven minutes to take his gaols for to 31 for the season. Steven Boyle then made it 4-1 in the 81st minute and Matthew Cook then made it 5-1 two minutes later. Whitby then made it 5-2 with five minutes remaining when Mark Donnison scored his first of the season.

Fishburn Park 8, Wolviston Res 0

Whitby side Fishburn Park who fought back to win the Raine Trophy on Monday against Carlin How, were evenly matched by visitors Wolviston Reserves in their last matches of the season. But in the 30th minute Dominic Gamble gave Fishburn a 1-0 lead, this looked to be the only goal of a tight first half but just before half time Lee Found with his 4th of the season made it 2-0. In the second half it was again very even until the 65th minute when Gamble scored to make it 3-0. This seemed to make the heads of Wolviston drop and in the 70th minute Gamble scored his hat trick goal to make it 4-0, a first of the season from Neil Waterfield making his full debut in the 73rd minute then made it 5-0 before Neil Harrison with his first of the season in the 76th minute made it 6-0. Gamble then scored his 4th of the game in the 88th minute before Sam Locker recorded Fishburn Parks biggest victory of the season with an 89th minute penalty.

Mackinlay Park 1, New Marske SC1

Redcar side who at one stage of the season were well in a relegation position were entertaining New Marske SC who unless they gained all three points, and Stokesley lost, were facing relegation to the second Division, they took the lead after half an hour when Chris Ellis scored his first of the season and they battled well against the home side until the 85th minute when Charlie Eeles pulled it back to 1-1 from the penalty spot with his 7th of the season.

Nunthorpe Ath 0, Grangetown BC 2

The title decider of the first division took place at Nunthorpe, the hosts only needing a point to take the Trophy away from current Champions and visitors Grangetown Boys Club. In the 27th minute Grangetown took the lead when a break down the left was switched to the right hand edge of the Nunthorpe penalty box where Ian McGowan hit a first shot past Chris Mason in the Nunthorpe goal, with the Boys Club man of the match Steve Cochrane pulling the strings in midfield the Boys club took a 2-0 lead ten minutes later when the ball was fed out to the left by Cochrane to Gary Simpson, his first time cross into the Nunthorpe box found McGowan who headed firmly home for his second of the match and 35th of the season, he will receive the First Divisions Golden Boot award.

Stokesley SC 0, Carlin How 2

Stokesley Sports Club who with New Marske Sports Club face the drop into the second division were playing their last match of the season at home to Carlin How, who suffered a 2 -1 defeat in the Raine Trophy final on Monday against Fishburn Park, after leading 1-0 at half time. They took a 4th minute lead against hosts Stokesley, when Steven Starsmore tapped in from close range after receiving the ball from Jason Draper. Seven minutes later Carlin How took a 2-0 lead when draper fired into the bottom corner with a shot across the Stokesley goal, the home side pressed forward and went close through Sean Thompson but they trailed 2-0 at half time. In the second half James Middleditch and Craig Hutton had chances for the home side, while Draper hit the bar on a couple of occasions, but Stokesley bow out of the first division with their 18th defeat of the season.

Thornaby YC 0, Richmond Town 2

Thornaby Youth Club entertained Richmond Town I their last match of the season, in a evenly contested first half neither side could break the dead lock and at half time it remained 0-0, a minute into the second half a cross across the box was put away by David Jenkinson, the Youth Club went looking for an equaliser but with five minutes remaining Richard Thompson with his 11th of the season grabbed a second for the visitors to make it 2-0.

Darlington Charity Cup semi-finals

Teesside Arriva 5, D'ton CB 3 (aet)

Hartlepool side Teesside Arriva with two winning trophies and a runner-up shield already under their belt, were looking to reach their third final of the season when they entertained fellow league side Darlington Cleveland Bridge in this semi-final of the Darlington Charity cup, Cleveland Bridge who were beaten in the last match of the season 3-1 in the league by the hosts, shocked Arriva by taking the lead through Wayne Buckley after only seven minutes. Neil Hay the second divisions top goal scorer made it 1-1 after ten minutes, Arriva pushed forward but Mark Scott in the Cleveland Bridge goal was in fine form and he helped to keep his team in the game, his efforts were rewarded in the 38th minute when Buckley again scored to send his side 2-1 ahead at half time. In the second half Arriva pressed forward but Scott withstood all that was thrown at him until the 65th minute when Kevin Auton made it 2-2 and the game went into extra time, two minutes into extra time the Darlington side took the lead again for the third time when Willy Swinburne scored to make it 3-2, but Arriva fought back and ten minutes into the first period of extra time Auton pulled it all square at 3-3, two minutes into the second period of extra time Auton scored his hat trick goal and gave Arriva the lead for the first time before Dave Clarke scored to make it 5-3 with only two minutes remaining of the match, Arriva will now play Spennymoor Back & Decker, at Feethams, Darlington, who they beat to lift the Washington Aged Peoples Trophy.

Leading scorers, (League and League Cup only), Division One: 35 - I McGowan (Grangetown BC); 31 - D Talukder (Acklam SW); 28 - A Bramley (Bedale FC), J Draper (Carlin How); 27 - W Gredziak (Bedale FC); 25 - A Roberts (Nunthorpe Ath); 24 - P Taite (Bedale FC); 23 - P Boldison (Nunthorpe Ath); 22 - M Arif (Thornaby FC); 21 - P Cochrane (Grangetown BC); 20 - D Jones (Thornaby FC); 17 - S Marsay (Fishburn Park); 16 - M Meggison (Grangetown BC), M Moore (Thornaby YC); 15 - S Starsmore (Carlin How).

Division Two: 23 - N Hay (Teesside Arriva); 16 - J Martin (Teesside Ath), P Lambert (Teesside Link); 15 -N Jameson (Whinney Banks); 14 - J McGowan (Dormans FC), A Degiorgis (SMG Redstripes); 13 - P Thorns (D'ton SRM); 11 - W Buckley (D'ton CB), J Blamires (Whinney Banks); 10 - L Thompson (Billingham Wndrs), S Hill (Tees Link); 9 - N Clarke (D'ton CB - 6 for D'ton RA), A Hugill (Teesside Ath), P Livingstone (Teesside Link).