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DARLINGTON Cleveland Bridge were hit with a sevengoal blast by Cleator Moor Celtic and have now leaked 49 goals.
The visitors had their backs to the wall once they conceded the opening goal to Lee Dunn, who struck five times with Tom Mahon and Josh Charlton also beating over-worked goalkeeper Mark Briggs. Michael Carter scored for Darlington.
Seaton Carew also conceded four times, to Stockton Town whose marksmen were Tom Atkinson (2), Adam Nicholson and Scott Meehan.
Robert Hammond and Sam Cook replied.
Carl Adams cancelled out a third-minute goal by Lee Collins but Ashbrooke Belford House returned with three points when Luke Richardson claimed the winner at Peterlee Town.
Willington’s 100 per cent record was ended at Jarrow for whom Brian Johnson equalised after Andrew Richardson gave the leaders an advantage.
Wolviston looked on course for a third consecutive win when Daniel Petts and Ryan Hebb found the net.
Gateshead Leam Rangers though mounted a spirited second-half winning rally with goals by Anthony Brewis (2) and Stuart Adams.
Adam Sharp, Andrew Quinn and Jack Lawton eased Boldon CA to victory at home to Silksworth Rangers whose reply was from Paul Muir.
Stephen Telford’s goal was sufficient for Harton and Westoe at Redcar Athletic.
Richmond Town progressed in the North Riding Cup, beating Nunthorpe Athletic courtesy of Tom Keegan, Kalumn Holbrook and substitute Scott Ryan.
Phil Poulton cut a two-goal deficit to raise the hopes of Nunthorpe but it was all over when they conceded the third goal a minute from the end.
Kirkbymoorside came from behind to defeat York St John’s University.
Charles Caseley had the home side in front until the 76th minute when Sarjo Cham converted a penalty and he got the winner nine minutes from time.
Brad Thompson and Warren Cassop both scored twice in Sunderland West End’s Sunderland Shipowners’ Cup win over Annfield Plain for whom Andrew Wilkinsonscored two.
Coxhoe Athletic went out of the Monkwearmouth Charity Cup to Prudhoe Town.
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