NEW Seaham Cons climbed into second place in Division Two, winning the only game to get the go-ahead.
Haswell Oddfellows Arms remain in the re-election zone after a 2-0 defeat to league newcomers New Seaham, who are on course for immediate promotion to Division One, having only joined the league at the AGM in June.
Craig Scurr, the home side’s hat-trick hero a fortnight ago, was again on target, while the other goal came from Jonathan Roberts.
Lee Elliott starred for New Seaham, with Luke Reed best for Haswell.
The weather put paid to virtually the whole programme last weekend, with icy and frozen pitches forcing a near shutdown.
Last weekend was the first bleak Sunday of the campaign, with most clubs up to date with their scheduled fixtures, so the league is on course to be completed by the end of April, as long as the weather does not take its toll.
The semi-final line-ups for the League Cups have been confirmed. Horden CW Supporters, Peterlee Helford, Easington CIU and Wingate are fighting it out for the Premier Division Cup, while the First Division Cup has Easington Southside, South Hetton Cricket, Seaham Phoenix and Easington Welfare still in contention.
Hetton Fox and Hounds, New Seaham Conservative Club, Shotton Builders Warehouse and Trimdon Colliery Royal Albion are all chasing the Second Division Cup.