There were just three games played over the past week, with Gateshead, Burnley and Walsall picking up the points in the League and Cup.Final Third Development League Digest - East
The only league game of the week came in the North East, where Gateshead were rampant in a 4-1 win at Hartlepool United.
The Tynesiders has just two players over the age of 19 in the starting line-up, and they got themselves off to fine start through Mechack Kanda's goal.
A wonderful individual strike from Adam Wrightson doubled the advantage, but Hartlepool reduced the arrears on the hour through Dylan Elliott.
However, a curling effort from John Ackroyd put the game to bed, before Wrightson capped off his afternoon with his second and Gateshead's fourth.
Final Third Development League Cup - North Group A
HIGHLIGHTS: Goals from the Reserves' 4-1 win at Hartlepool - there are some good ones! https://t.co/z1dygvbmqq— Gateshead FC (@GatesheadFC) November 18, 2015
Burnley moved top of Group A with a narrow success over Morecambe last Thursday, defeating the Shrimps 1-0.
The game had looked to be heading for a goalless draw, but Josh Ginnelly scored late on for the Clarets to give them hope of qualifying for the semi-finals.
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Walsall grabbed a late winner on Tuesday afternoon to earn all three points against Burton Albion.
Amadou Bakayoko gave the Saddlers a first-half lead after latching on to a pass from Reece Flanagan, but Marcus Dinanga levelled things up in the second period.
But the Brewers couldn't hold on for a point as Liam Kinsella won, and then converted, a penalty with five minutes to go, handing Walsall a 2-1 triumph.