Wolviston held league leaders Cleator Moor Celtic to a 1-1 draw.

Tom Mahrone opener for  Celtic lasted less than a minute as Mark Lilley step up Phil Otele for an instant reply.

Sunderland West End and Redcar Athletic shared the spoils in a six-goal thriller.

Mark Robinson struck a dramatic last-minute leveller for West End.

Stuart Browne handed the Teesside-based club a short lead before Nathan Burrell quickly replied.

The score stood level at the break before Robert Hall saw West End turn the game around to lead 2-1.

Redcar then turned it around themselves as goals Sam Webster and Adam Preston looked up to have won it.

But up popped Robinson, whose goal saw West End move up to fourth.

Gateshead Leam Rangers won 2-1 to pile more misery on third bottom Stokesley SC.

The former Northern League club were left devastated as Leam Rangers found a last-gasp winner.

Neither mid-table Harton & Westoe and Silksworth CW could propel themselves up the table as the two teams played out a 1-1 draw.

Second-bottom Windscale earned a credible point against Darlington Reserves.

Both sides cancelled each other out in a 0-0 draw.

In the Total Sport Alan Hood Charity Cup semi-final, Hartlepool and Hebburn Town Reserves will face each other in the final.

Hartlepool hosted Boldon CA, and it was the visitors who went ahead.

But Mike Snowdon replied before the break for the home side – meeting Luke Naylor’s cross.

Andrew Blackburn hit home a short corner as Hartlepool led.

Jamie Tumity then rounded off the win to ensure Hartlepool reached their first Charity Cup final.

Richmond Town kept out Hebburn Town Reserves up until the 75th minute before the league’s second-placed side took control.

Michael Gunnell received his marching orders for Richmond, and three minutes, the home side found the opener.

Defender Daley Clarke was the scorer when he nodded home a parry from the goalkeeper.

Another defender, Dylan Nesbitt, then confirmed the Hornets would head to the final – converting from a corner.