Unbeaten Scawthorpe Athletic opened up a five-point lead at the top of the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division after beating second-placed Rakkam 4-1.
Shaun Mundy and Sam Corner both bagged a brace for Athletic in their sixth successive win with Andy McCreadie becoming the first player to score against them this season.
Upton Wrangbrook got off the mark at the seventh time of asking thanks to Rob Iveson when beating FC Romarnsley, who were also promoted from Division Two at the end of last season, 1-0.
Atletico Grace shared the spoils with visiting Carpenters Arms following their 3-3 draw.
FC Cumberland continue to set the pace at the top of the Championship after romping to a 6-0 win at bottom club Plough Inn Rovers.
Dunscroft Social, who have a game in hand, remain hard on their heels following their fifth win (3-1) in as many starts at home to Real Bridge A.
Liam Redmile, Daniel Ronan and Brendan Jeffery shared out the Dunscroft goals with James Davies replying.
Carcroft Village and The Beverley Inn, for whom Blake Freeman (2) and Pete Mawdsley netted, battled out a 3-3 draw.
A Robert Lee double and a single strike by Darrell Beardmore secured Rosehill Press a 3-2 win at FC Independent.
Second-placed AFC Balby recorded the biggest win of the day in the league, beating second-bottom Auckley 10-0 in their Division One clash.
Ryan Evans led the way with a five-goal haul with Billy Smith weighing in with a hat trick. Aaron Kenny and Jacob Fajojuto completed the rout.
Pit Club Miners dug in for a high-scoring 8-6 win at bottom club Rossington Athletic.
Paul Bradley hit a double as FC Ivanhoe climbed several places to sixth after beating Wheatsheaf (Doncaster) 4-2 to claim their third win of the campaign. Andy Fairclough and Craig Dallas also netted.
Adi Parker helped himself to six of the goals as Division Two leaders FC Schoolboy handed out a footballing lesson to third-placed Edlington Welfare when posting an emphatic 10-1 win. Jack Holdsworth (2), Taran Stokoe and Joe Readman also chipped in.
Craig Housley led the way with a hat trick as fourth-placed Cantley also cashed in on their chances in an 8-3 win at Carcroft Village Social Club.
Mike Long, Mick Farrow, Peter Walmsley, Nathan Allinson and Louis Bailey also found the net for the visitors.
Balby Rovers exchanged places with Parklands near the foot of the table after beating their hosts by the odd goal in three.