Sprotbrough lead the way in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division following a 3-0 win at Rhino’s.
Jonathan Mirfin (2) and Chris Pickles claimed the goals.
Graceholme kept in touch with the leaders with an emphatic 8-0 win over fifth-placed Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes.
Their win over ISG Doncaster, who have resigned from the league, has been expunged so they now find themselves two points behind Sprotbrough.
Bentley Top Club (Liam Grainger, Michael Attard) climbed above Bullcroft on goal difference after picking up a point from a 2-2 draw at lowly Inter Stella (Carl Reade, Clive Donald).
ISG Doncaster’s departure means that Eden Grove, beaten 2-0 by defending champions Athletico Tap Maker (Stuart Preston, Chris Scott), now find themselves propping up the division.
Fellow strugglers Toll Bar (Aaron Dunhill, Johnny Wilson) slumped to a 5-2 defeat at home to Stainforth, for whom Craig Taylor and Chris Cork both bagged a brace and Sam Hanslip one.
FC Glasshouse continue to set a scorching pace at the top of the Championship, beating lowly Carpenters Arms (Sam Braun) 5-1 to claim their 12th win in as many starts.
Matthew Holmes (2), Ben Durkin, Scott Wilson and Robert Wilson shared their goals.
Only Balby Academy of Sport look like challenging them. Second-placed Balby beat Tank (Steve Ogley) 6-1 to claim their 11th win thanks to goals by Mark Cooper (2), Mohamed Sabah, Kieron Ferguson, Jonathan Mennell and Jordan Lewis.
Wheatsheaf (Ricky Temperal) remain well clear in third despite losing 2-1 at home to Windmill, for whom Lewis Wright hit a double. Leger Lions held on to fourth thanks to a 3-1 win over Armthorpe Albion.
Rossington United retained top spot in League One without kicking a ball, hosts Bessacarr being unable to raise a side.
New Mallard continued their recent return to form with a 4-1 win at Walton Wonderers.
Willaspoons remain third on goal difference behind Mallard despite routing Armthorpe Village (Carl Briggs) 8-1. Daniel Smith (3), Rob Hannon, Dean Cuttle, Ryan Denby, Billy Kirkham and Kyle Clark all contributed to their tally.
Campsall condemned bottom club South Kirkby Reds to a 12th consecutive defeat as a result of their 6-4 win.
FC Dunscroft took over top spot in Division Two from Askern after beating the leaders 4-2 to extend their unbeaten start to ten games. Ryan Hall, Craig Wigglesworth, Carl Grant and Leigh Emmerson were the Dunscoft marksmen, with Lewis McCloy and Kyle Ebury replying.
Winning Post extended their lead at the top of Division Three to four points with a 4-1 win against bottom club Warren House Wanderers.