Leaders forced to settle for the draw; ALLIANCE DIV ONE.
Adam Shanks and Ryan Jones were on the mark for Cramlington.
However, goals from Stuart Bertram and Jamie Punton at the other end ensured it ended honours even.
Dan Robinson hit an important late winner for Heddon as they beat New Fordley.
Robinson and Connor Brown had struck early on to put Heddon in front.
However, New Fordley levelled things up after the break with two goals in 10 minutes from Craig Dunn.
Robinson struck in the 85th miniute to seal the victory.
Basement side Willington Quay Saints went ahead against Cullercoats thanks to Andrew Breheny's shot.
However, they were left kicking themselves as the visitors turned things around with strikes from Luke Ferguson and Richard May.
Newcastle Uni are moving up the table and had Dan Clements (2) and James Golby (2) on the scoresheet as they beat Bedlington Terriers Reserves.
Andy Alexandra and Mark Race pulled two back.
In-form Redheugh's scorers were Liam Henderson, Kevin Hay, John Dewhirst and Shaun Best at Hexham, who netted through debutant Aiden Armstrong.
LONGBENTON are chasing the Division Two silverware and Pete Webster hit a hat-trick in their success at Wideopen.
Chris Sword added a fourth while David Gabbitus replied.
Newbiggin are also title contenders, a Ross Muter double and further strikes from Gary Bailes and Tony Messenger giving them the points at Grainger Park, who had Kirk Fleming and Robert Jefferson on target.
West Allotment Celtic A's Daniel Surley plundered a hat- trick in a demolition job at High Howdon.
Ridi Muteba, Ben Jackson and Sean Allen also notched for Celtic.