Boosbeck St Aidens pulled off a good victory away to Jack and Jill by 3-1.

Star man for Boosbeck was Dane Breckon, a 16-year-old making his first appearance and scoring twice. His speed was just too much for Jack and Jill as all three goals came from lobs over the defence and the speed of Boosbeck forwards to latch on to them and score. Dean Winter got Boosbeck's other goal while Gary Bytheway opened for Jack and Jill in the first minute of the game.

Poverina beat Priestfields by 7-1, they got away to the best start possible when a Priestfield defender put through his own goal. Poverina went on to score a further five before the break, Priestfield being all at sea. A different second half saw Preistfields go on all out attack but could not make a breakthrough until Tim Hayes scored. Mark Wilson in the Priestfield goal was having a storming second period but was eventually beaten for Poverina's seventh. Lee Freer (2) and one each for Peter Di Carlo, Steven Lennox, Micky Flynn and Steve Parkes for Poverina.

SIFC Org were no match for Redcar Glazing going down by 9-3. Paul McCulloch and Craig Carey recorded hat-tricks and Carl Edden chipped in with a brace and a single for Peter Martin for Redcar Glazing.

In the cup Cleveland Inn beat Big W by 3-1. It was one of Big W's better performances this season and at least deserved a draw. A deflection inside Big W's penalty area fell nicely for John Ryan to put Cleveland Inn ahead, but it was not until the 72nd minute before they nicked a second, again Ryan was on the spot to score. Aaron Thompson made a good run through the middle to pull a goal back for Big W. But from the kick off Cleveland Inn went straight up field to score their third through Gavin Hanratty.