There is no change at the top of the table after both leaders Chester-le-Street and second placed Redheugh both won.

The Cestrians visited third from bottom Consett and went nap, completing a 5-0 victory in the second half after establishing a three goals interval lead. Jonathan Taylor bagged a brace of goals and Robert Draper, John Liddle and Andrew Smith also found the net.

Goals were scarce when West Denton entertained Redheugh who won by an only strike from Danny Olusaga during the second half.

Chester-le-Street lead the table by five points from the Reds who have two games in hand while West Denton now look out of the championship picture after losing for the sixth time in 14 outings.

At the bottom North Tyneside College are stranded after having 28 points deducted for early season infringements while Prudhoe Town, one place above them are still without a point following 11 games.

Thirsk Falcons

THIRSK under 13s, of Division Five, entertained First Division high flyers Kader YC in the challenge cup third round and it was the latter who won 6-1 - Thirsk's biggest ever loss. Falcons fell behind early, gifting Kader the lead. Despite this, Thirsk rallied and equalised when Dixon played in Fountain whose shot squirmed under the goalie. Kader pressed the hosts back in the second half, using their bigger size to their advantage and they scored five times to go through. Man of the match was Thomas James.

Thirsk Under 14s also faced Division One opposition and they lost 3-1 to Bishop Auckland. David James scored a superb consolation goal. Man of the match was Thirsk keeper Jack Mowat.

Thirsk Under 15s caused a big upset when they defeated Stokesley 4-2 in a firey cup-tie.

Catterick Juniors

For the third time this season Catterick U10s team played a fantastic match against Richmond U10s team. Richmond A looked and played as if they meant business and with their determination scored the first goal.

Catterick got themselves together and came back with an equaliser. There was some hard tackling in the Richmond box which resulted in a penalty score for Catterick. The third goal came from a corner kick which rebounded off a Richmond player and went in ending the first half with a score of 3-1 to Catterick.

There was a further two goals and only conceded one more. Final score Catterick Juniors won hands down with a 5-2 victory. Goalscorers Levi Shaw 1, skipper Stevie Hood (pen) 1 own goal and Craig McLaren 2. Man of the match Aron Mornington.

Catterick B team then performed superbly playing Richmond B team. Catterick showed their strength and enthusiasm throughout the game. The first half Catterick set the pace to fast and made it difficult for Richmond to get past their amazing defence. Catterick then went on to score their first goal ending the firs half 1-0 to Catterick JFC. Catterick went on to entertain Richmond in the second half. they remained in control and dominated the rest of the match. Catterick went on to score a further well earned three goals, resulting in the final score of 4-0 to Catterick B Team. Goalscorers were Craig McLaren 1, Nathan Yeadon 2, skipper Jak Jex 1, and Naff Kriean 1. Man of the match Ryan Brown.

The Catterick Juniors U10s would like to dedicate their wins to Catterick Town manager Phil Boon, all parents and children would like to express their deepest sympathy to him and his family on their sad loss, our thoughts are with you.