EARL Cup Division Two leaders Sunderland suffered a 5-2 defeat at North Biddick, while Thompson Park beat Hylton CW 5-2.
Whitburn and South Hylton hammered out a tense 69-69 draw and Roker Park had a fruitful trip to Hetton Workmen’s, edging home by six shots.
Silksworth extended their unbeaten Division One run with a 5-2 win at Roker Marine.
Houghton Dairy Lane enjoyed a 7-0 win at neighbours Houghton Town, Barnes Park defeated Usworth by 20 shots and Ryhope recorded a 26-shot derby success at Seaham Town.
Herrington Workmen’s inflicted a 72-shot Third Division defeat on New Herrrington.
Houghton Dairy Lane crushed Barnes Park 7-0 to move top of the Swan Cup First Division, while Silksworth defeated South Hylton 6-1.
Roker Park maintained top spot in Division Two with a 7-0 win over Hetton Workmen’s, while Grindon Mill overcame emberton by 11¾ shots in Division Three.
Houghton Dairy Lane had a bye week in the Howey Trophy First Division, but results still went their way as second-placed Barnes West End crashed 3-1 at South Hylton.
Division Two leaders Hylton CW A lost their unbeaten record as Barnes Park A inflicted a 3-1 defeat, allowing Washington A to move top after a 3-1 home win over Roker Park A.
Pemberton B climbed into pole position in Division Three after a 6¾-shot win over Pennywell A, though the division has been rocked by Chester-le-Street B’s resignation – making it six withdrawals across all the Sunderland leagues.
Storey Bowl leaders Hetton Workmen suffered a 5-2 defeat at Roker Park, while Wearmouth, Thompson Park and Seaham Town all won.
North Biddick and Usworth both received walkovers as holders Silksworth and Dawdon conceded their ties in the 3-2-1 knockout triples.
H Silver Jacks results: T Ainslie (W) 21 T Patterson (Hetton Workmen) 13, W Barkes (Ryhope) 11 J Huntingdon (Roker Park) 15, P Harding (Hetton Workmen) 15 G MacPheators (South Hylton) 13