Canal Tavern climbed into second place in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division on goal difference after beating Eden Grove 4-0.
Darren Fell bagged a brace with Glenn Hookway and Kirk Frost also on target.
Athletico Tap Maker missed out on the chance to claim top spot in the only other Premier Division game to be played, when going down 5-3 at FC Glasshouse.
Robert Wilson notched a hat trick for the home side with Matthew Holmes hitting a double. Stuart Preston, Rob Allen and Chris Scott shared Athletico’s consolation goals.
FC Dunscroft picked up their third Championship win in four starts when beating The Askern 5-3.
Willaspoons (Michael Knight, Daniel Smith) lost 6-2 at home to C & R Sports Bar, whose goals were scored by Lewis Brown (2), Martyn Wood, Niall Horstead, Iain Lowe and Liam Coopey.
Ricky Temporal (2) and Liam Argyle were the Wheatsheaf (Doncaster) scorers in their game at Bay Horse & Bar.
Balby Athletic (Kyle Burton (2), Mo Sabah and Matty Winterburn) moved to within a point of League One leaders Finningley Athletic, who were without a league game, after beating The Railway 4-2.
Scawthorpe United climbed into the top half of the table on the back of a 7-1 win over Balby Academy of Sport Inter (Jake Robson).
Lokomotiv Danum remain rooted to the foot of the Division Two table after slumping to a 14-0 defeat at AFC Schoolboy.
Leopard took over top spot following their 2-1 win at Armthorpe Village, whose consolation was scored by Dan Petit.
FC Cumberland, for whom Jack Taylor scored all three goals, dropped down to second after being held to a 3-3 draw by visiting Three Horseshoes – brothers Ryan Malee (2) and Steve Malee replying.
Wheatley Club are the new leaders of Division Three following their 5-0 win at FC White Hart Wadworth. Reese Joslin helped himself to a brace with Gareth Cook, Matthew Cooper and Adam Cahill also netting.
Loaded Sports climbed above White Hart into fourth place after banking three points from a 4-1 win at bottom club Windmill Wanderers (Gareth Stent).
Sesku Miners Community (Michael Kirby) opened their account with a point from a 1-1 draw at home to Balby Rovers.