The Bell sounds on Net's chances.
DURHAM ALLIANCE WALLSEND Town are five points clear at the top of the table aftrer an excellent 5-0 victory over Sedge-field NETPark.
Third-placed Sedgefield held out for 15 minutes before Paul Bell broke the deadlock.
Strike partner Derek Graham made it 2-0 with a superb overhead kick just before half-time.
The second half started with captain Gary Hall adding two more goals.
Bell completed the rout with his second counter as Town continued their unbeaten run.
Second-placed Horsley Hill returned to winning ways with an emphatic 7-3 victory at home to Shildon Reserves.
Hill's scorers were Kyle Houshby (3), Kevin Davison, Levi Collins (2) and Ryan Moore.
Huntley, Webster and Brennan replied for Shildon.
Birtley crashed 9-0 at home to Ebchester Consett Reserves.
Ebchester opened the scoring on 12 minutes and doubled their lead eight minutes later,.
Birtley then collapsed as Ebchester bagged counters on 25, 34, 38 and 40 minutes to go in 6-0 up.
Birtley tried their best in the second period but Ebchester were just too good on the day and scored another three times on 65, 68 and 85 minutes.
Daniel Reed celebrated a hat-trick for Ebchester.
Daniel Parker, Richard Parkin and Stephen Agnew contributed two goals each.
Hartlepool Reserves were 4-1 victors at Ferryhill Town.
Lewis Murphy (2), Anthony Readman and Joe Evans netted for Hartlepool, Shaun Ryder for Ferryhill.
In the second round of the Washington Aged People's Trophy, Coundon and Leeholme beat Murton 2-0 courtesy of Christopher Howe and Darren Griffiths.
SUNDAY league football reports will be in Thursday night's Grassroots Sport