South Hylton stunned Lumley when they ran out 5-0 away winners in the Danby Autos Sunderland Snooker League.
Adam Smith, Graham Rutland, Ian Stewart and Kevin Harrop put Hylton in control.
In the pairs, Rutland/Stewart beat Sean Henderson/Glen Edwards 62-49 to complete the whitewash.
Washington Snooker started well away at Mill View with Norman Leslie winning a the first frame.
Lee Dixon levelled the match before a 32 break helped Stephen Thompson win the third.
Steve Chandler dominated the fourth frame to level the match before Gavin Dixon/Thompson won the pairs, beating John Spruce/Dixon for the 3-2 win.
Anthony Longstaff got Pennywell Comrades off to a good start at home to Whitburn with an excellent win over Mark Fox 69-40.
Joe Cromby quickly levelled before Dean Taylor moved Pennywell back into the lead.
John Smith claimed a high scoring fourth frame against Steven Smith 75-62 before Tony Hazard/Joe Cromby won the pairs, beating Stuart Taylor/Andrew Doran 68-27 for the 3-2 win.
Glendale entertained Biddick A and started well with John Danby winning the first frame against Steven Tate.
Graham Smith levelled the match before Marc Smithson won a close third frame against Terry Froud.
Paul Atkinson increased Glendale’s lead winning the fourth frame before Frank McParlin/John Wiseman won the pairs against Graham Smith/Rod Turnbull for the 4-1 win.
Seaham Conservatives B travelled to Murton Colliery and started well with Tony Grimes winning the first frame against Steven Cook.
Eddie Williamson potted well to level the match before Harland Davidson moved Seaham back into the lead.
Colin Dobson continued his good form to win the fourth frame before Eddie Williamson/Jackson Mason won the pairs, edging out Justin Ebdy/Bobby Carne 52-38 to reduce the defeat to 3-2.
Elsewhere in the league, Steels edged out The Hetton Centre 3-2, while The Victory defeated Biddick B, winning 3-2 also.