Newcastle United beat their neighbours Gateshead 4-1 at The International Stadium.
Curtis Good made his first appearance in a black and white shirt alongside other summer recruits Romain Amalfitano and Gael Bigirimana.
Mehdi Abeid blasted United ahead after seven minutes with a superb effort past Adam Bartlett.
The Algerian then played in Amalfitano who danced through the Gateshead defence before keeping his composure to slot past Bartlett.
Micky Cummins pulled one back for Gateshead with a well taken volley after Glen Wilson's throw was not dealt with by the Newcastle defence.
In the closing stages Newcastle added another two goals, with Connor Newton heading home Marcus Maddison's corner, and then Maddison himself getting on the scoresheet with a neat chip over Bartlett.
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