Balby Academy of Sport retained top spot in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Championship after dishing out a 12-0 beating to second bottom Park Social.
Jordan Lewis scored a double hat trick with Kieran Ferguson weighing in with a four-goal haul. Mohammed Sabah and Mark Cooper also netted.
FC Glasshouse, who have topped the table for most of the season, also had their shooting boots on when beating Armthorpe Albion 8-0.
Wheatsheaf strengthened their grip on third spot with a 5-1 win at Tank. Liam Hughes, Callum Whiffen, Craig Trewick, Max Pollsen and Ryan Bambrough found the net with Adrian Howe claiming the Tank consolation.
Fourth-placed Leger Lions had to settle for a point from a 2-2 draw at Finningley Athletic. Three Horseshoes and Windmill battled out a 1-1 draw.
Graceholme took over top spot in the Premier Division after beating bottom club Eden Grove 4-1. Daniel White bagged a brace with Craig Dyson and Sorik Malcolm also contributing.
Sprotbrough weren’t in action but remain five points clear of defending champions Athletico Pegler following their 4-2 defeat at home to Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes.
James Naylor and an own goal accounted for the Tap Maker tally with Ant Corner (2), James Hendry and Chris Taylor securing the spoils for Bullcroft.
Inter Stella remain in the bottom two as a result of their 3-0 defeat at Rhino’s, for whom Joe Hodgson, Wayne Lindley and Alex Rennie all netted.
Rossington United continue to look the team to beat in Division One after posting their tenth win in 12 starts with a 4-3 victory over fourth-placed Campsall.
Scott Henderson was their hat trick hero with Dale Mullins also chipping in.
Willaspoons continue to head the chasing group after beating FC Gatehouse 4-2 courtesy of goals by Michael Ryan, Gary Hawker, Billy Kirkham and Daniel Smith.
Third-placed New Mallard were held to a 2-2 draw by visiting Rossington Legion (Nigel Wilson, Nathan Blenkinsopp).
Maltings beat Armthorpe Village 8-4 in a high-scoring encounter. Graeme Horne, Ryan Wright, Nicky Johnson and Wayne Adams were the Village marksmen.
Bessacarr’s 5-0 win extended bottom club South Kirkby Reds’ run of games without a victory to 13. Danny Talbot and Dom McGough shared four of the goals with Stan Kcro completing the scoring.
FC Dunscroft retained top spot in Division Two, but they only head The Askern on goal difference following their 2-2 with fourth-placed Leopard.
The Askern won 6-4 win at Carcroft Village. Kyle Embury hit a brace with Gareth Davies, James Andrews, Jake Holdsworth and Jason Hadwin also netting. Danny Warboys, Gary Hodgson, Russell Damms and Danny Batho replied.