Hylton Castle TWR embarrassed Hendersons Butchers with a 9-2 Premier Division romp, going six goals up by half-time.
Kev Gordon claimed a hat-trick, backed by Cal Hodgson and a brace from Davey Keithley before Wressell and Douthwaite fired past Smith for consolations.
Wooton, Callaghan and Matthew Raine sealed TWR’s easy victory.
South Hylton Potters produced a great display to earn a 1-1 draw at RCA Grangetown Florists.
Dan Martin had Potters in front, but, after Brad Potts saw red, Florists hit back, with hot-shot Andy Place firing a late equaliser and only denied a winner by a great display from Neal Bussey.
Silksworth Paragon and Southwick also drew 1-1, the hosts defending well.
Ross netted Southwick’s deserved opener, after missing a few glorious chances, but Lewis Lynn equalised against the run of play. Joe Thompson rolled back the years with a man-of-the-match display in Paragon’s goal.
Injury-ravaged The Ashbrooke found SR Dons too strong, going down 3-1.
Watson and Hall had Dons on top, but Luke Olabode’s well-taken goal gave Ashbrooke a lifeline. Jordan Birnie’s red card halted the revival, and Michael Laws made them pay with a clinching third Dons goal.
Goal machine Luke Bell grabbed a brace to make sure TC Plastics earned maximum points in a comfortable 3-0 Second Division success against Victory Club. Gareth Stoker hit their third.
Washington New Tavern and Welcome Tavern played out a great 4-4 draw.
Harrison, Patterson, Neal and Gary Booth hit Washington’s goals, but captain marvel Scott Seldon capped a superb display with a goal for Welcome, who also had the Mitchell brothers, Paul and James, plus Darren Green on target.
The Lansdowne outgunned Board Inn 7-2 to extend their unbeaten record in Division Three.
John Hope-Hindmarsh was on top form, bagging five goals to set Tom Smith’s men on their way. David Gill added a brace, with Micky Wharton and Sam Whigham responding.
Dominant Penshaw CC enjoyed an easy 3-0 win over Kings Arms, with O’Neill, Jonathan Snelling and man of the match Sean Williams all scoring.
Washington Colliery overcame Mountain Daisy F and M Underdogs 5-1, Lewis Cummings hitting the consolation.
Kevin Humble is flying the flag for Victoria Gardens and he capped a man-of-the-match display with a well taken hat-trick in their 7-1 rout of Ryhope CW in Division Four. Devlin struck twice, with Wright and Aiden Ratcliffe also on target, while Gav McAneny snatched the only reply.
Unbeaten newcomers East Rainton are top after a 3-1 win over Wear United. Parkin got United’s reply after Storey, Hennis and Bleanch gave the visitors control.
Millfield Oddies pipped Woodlands by the odd goal in five. Middlemas and Longstaff notched for Woodlands, but Robinson, Brown and Tony Barrs gave the confident hosts the edge.
In the only First Division game, Oddies nearly lost out on all three points after storming into a 3-0 lead at The Royal Marine.
Poor defending allowed Marc Lund and Michael Berry to revive Marine, but Oddies held firm for the victory.