Last night’s Northern Football Alliance League matches saw another avalanche of goals in some high-scoring games.
Wallington scored four times to a single reply from Red House Farm at home to continue their good start to life in the Premier Division.
They now lie in fourth place behind Killingworth Station, Whitley Bay A and Shankhouse.
In Division One, Ponteland United lost 1-2 at home to Hexham and Wooler fell to the odd goal in seven as they lost at New Fordley.
Meanwhile, in Division Two, Alnwick’s reserves grabbed a point at Wideopen and District in a 3-3 thriller.
RESULTS (Wednesday, August 21, 2013)
Gateshead Rutherford 1 Northbank Carlisle 3
Seaton Delaval Amateurs 3 Ashington Colliers 1
Stocksfield 1 Killingworth Station 3
Walker Central 1 Shankhouse 1
Wallington 4 Red House Farm 1
Wallsend Town 3 Hebburn Reyrolle 4
Whitley Bay A 6 Percy Main Amateurs 0
Birtley St Josephs 1 North Shields Athletic 1
Gosforth Bohemians 2 Gateshead Redheugh 1957 1
Heddon 3 Bedlington Terriers Reserves 5
New Fordley 4 Wooler 3
Newcastle Chemfica (Independent) 5 Forest Hall 0
Ponteland United 1 Hexham 2
Willington Quay Saints 1 Cramlington Town 4
AFC Newbiggin 7 Cramlington United 3
Blyth Isabella 6 Newcastle Benfield Reserves 4
Chopwell A Seaton Burn A (match abandoned after 52 minutes due to serious injury. Seaton Burn leading 3-
Gateshead Leam Rangers 4 Whitburn Athletic 1
Grainger Park B C 0 Wallsend Boys Club 2
Longbenton 8 West Allotment Celtic A 1
Swalwell 1 High Howdon SC 2
Wideopen & District 3 Alnwick Town Reserves 3