As part of the revamped Sunderland Echo coverage of the non-league scene our expert Mark takes an in-depth look at who’s starred and who has struggled this week.
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1. Winners: Spennymoor Town
The Moors suffered their first league defeat of the season in midweek when they fell to a late goal at AFC Fylde – but they showed their battling side to move up to third place in the National League North table with an impressive win at Southport on Saturday.
Photo: Pete Norton
2. Winners: West Allotment Celtic
It’s over half a century since West Allotment Celtic had a home ground of their own – but that will all change when Northern League football returns in December after they were given the green light to host home games at East Palmersville Sports Complex.
Photo: West Allotment Celtic
3. Winners: Jordan Cook
The former Sunderland forward marked his home debut for Gateshead by coming off the bench to grab the only goal of the game in their win over Curzon Ashton last Tuesday night.
4. Winners: Darlington
The Quakers received a financial boost last week after it was confirmed that their FA Cup second round tie at League One club Bristol Rovers will be shown live on the BBC and BT Sport’s digital platforms. Darlington will receive £37,500 in broadcasting fees and could secure another £25,500 if they can pull off another FA Cup upset.
Photo: Catherine Ivill