KEVIN Westphal's superb diving header earned Seaton Delaval a point against leaders Walker Central - and put a dent in their title hopes.
Michael Fenwick's early opener put the Red Devils in front, but goals from Jack Nicholson and a John Robson penalty turned things around for Central in an entertaining game.
Prince Monga crossed for Westphal to fling himself full length to crash the equaliser into the net.
Red House Farm were also left looking at the table as they went down at Ashington Colliers, who had Brett Robertson and Joe Moscrop, from the penalty spot, on target.
Zak Brogden pulled one back but for all their late pressure, where they hit the woodwork twice, Farm couldn't salvage a point.
That gave Blyth Town the chance to put the pressure on, Malcolm Morien claiming the matchball after he hit a hat-trick against Northbank.
David Robinson, David Atkinson, Jason Ritchie and Connor Andrews added the others, with Andy Griffiths scoring a consolation.
Whitley Bay A's Andy Robertson hit five in a demolition job at Wallington. Liam Harris and Chris Bell were also on the scoresheet while Jake Walton and Dan Thompson replied.
Ryan McKee and Sam Thompson struck to put Percy Main ahead at Killingworth Station, but the home side turned things around with a Mark Dixon double and a Michael Bowman penalty.
Marc Shiel hit the only goal for Carlisle City at Hebburn Reyrolle and it was all-square at Stocksfield where Phil Murray bagged a brace. Derek Waters also scored with an own goal, Chris Rue's penalty and a Lee Gustard strike giving Shankhouse a share of the spoils.