A four-goal haul by Terry McCombe laid the foundations for Tut ‘n’ Shive’s 9-3 Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division win over Dunscroft.
Chris Colley weighed in with a brace and there were also goals for Sean Kenny, Liam Coopey and Andrew Fagan as the home side romped home.
Stainforth also cashed in on their chances in their 6-0 win at Pit Club Miners. Ant Ross led the way with a hat-trick and there was a brace for Ricki Crompton. John Kitching completed the scoring.
A James Kilvington goal earned Carpenters Arms a 1-1 draw with visiting Rum Rooms.
Title-chasing Ryecroft Rovers beat Club Athletico Regent 4-2.
The Railway remain on track for the Championship title after picking up a 2-0 win at lowly Foresters.
Third-placed Scawthorpe Athletic, nine points behind but with two games in hand, kept in touch with the top thanks to a 9-0 rout of Wheatsheaf (Doncaster).
Balby Athletic retained their top-four spot after beating bottom club Three Horseshoes 7-3. Both Dean Daffin and Mac Smith notched a hat-trick and there was a brace for Alex Rennie. Gary Hodgson also netted.
Bessacarr, for whom James Sharp and Jonny Jones netted, dropped a place to sixth following their surprise 3-2 defeat at second-bottom Team 23.
Leopard, who have games in hand over most of the teams above them, are up to fifth following their 6-2 win at Palfreys Lodge.
Rossington Styrrup took over top spot from long-time Division One leaders Real Bridge, who were without a game, after beating third-placed Wheatley Club 3-2.
Fifth-placed Sporting Wadworth lost 3-1 at home to second bottom Athletico Fairway whose goals were shared by Steven Hogg, Craig Jones and Dan Bewley.
Armthorpe Village beat Carcroft Village by the odd goal in five thanks to a James Nunns brace and a single strike by Craig Wrenn.
Mid-table rivals Auckley (Rob Neil, David Baum) and FC Cumberland (Karl Blanshard, Craig Atkin)( battled out a 2-2 draw.
Bentley West End S&S beat fellow strugglers FC Ivanhoe 7-4.
White Hart (Askern) climbed off the bottom when beating FC Brookside 3-0.
Windmill strengthened their grip on top spot in Division Two after beating New Cantley 3-1.
Second-placed Stag Inn Rovers, who have played a game more, now find themselves seven points adrift after losing 4-1 at home to AFC Balby. Thomas Hogg claimed their consolation goal.
Jack Waldron starred with a hat-trick as The Salutation exchanged places with Rovers on the back of a 5-3 win at Pit Club.
Ricky Singh and Andy McMahon also netted for the winners with Elliott Teale, Kyle Palmer and Brendan Jeffreys replying the home side.
Second-bottom Windmill Wanderers picked up only their second win of the season in style, beating Balby Rovers 9-1.
Greg Daniels and Jake Lambert both scored a hat-trick and there were goals for Dan Osbourne, Kyle Clarke and Luke Cockburn.
Woodfield won 3-0 at Eden Arms.