Guisborough Town (H)
Marske's spirited defence of the Northern League title came to an end after a defeat in blustery conditions against local rivals Guisborough. The loss, combined with Shildon's 4-0 win at Bishop Auckland meant the Railwaymen clinched the title for the first time since 1940.
After a first 20 minutes with few opportunities, Guisborough took the lead thanks to Curtis Round's spectacular long-range strike, which took a slight deflection and rocketed into the top corner, giving Robert Dean no chance.
In the second half, Marske had plenty of possession but some excellent Guisborough defending limited opportunities at goal.
It was game over with two minutes remaining, when the visitors broke from a Marske free kick, and Stephen Snaith slotted home to make it 2-0.
Marske remain in 2nd place in the table, six points clear of both Guisborough and Morpeth and with a game in hand.