Scawthorpe Athletic continue to set a scorching pace at the top of the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division Division.
They took their tally to 17 goals in three games when beating Atletico Grace 8-0 to maintain their 100 per cent record - and are yet to concede a goal.
Sam Corner bagged a brace with Vaz Lindley, Haydn Tomlinson, Shaun Atkinson, Gaz Davies, Shaun Mundy and Dave Colakovic also chipping in.
Second-placed Rakkam also cruised to a 14-0 win at Stainforth New Inn.
Ben Clark led the rout with a six-goal haul and there was a brace for Danny Parkes. James Bytheway, Willie McGhie, Mark Carter, Lee Isaac, Josh Eaves and Dan Elcout also netted.
Defending champions Canal Tavern suffered a second successive defeat, visiting FC Romarnsley leaving with all three points following their 2-1 win. Bogdan Popescu scored both their goals.
Upton Wrangbrook, promoted from Division Two, continue to find it hard going in the top flight and slumped to a third successive defeat when going down 4-0 at Durban.
Balby Athletic beat visiting Carpenters Arms by the odd goal in nine. Mateusz Pawlowski claimed three of their goals with Ash Burton and Ryan Soar also finding the net.
FC Cumberland retained top spot in the Championship on goal difference from Rosehill Press after beating Carcroft Village Club to claim their third successive win.
Craig Fletcher hit a double for the winners with Lee Garfoot completing the scoring.
Press, for whom Ryan Ambler and Robert Lee netted, also made it three from three with a 2-1 victory at The Beverley Inn.
A Jordan Roebuck hat trick helped Bessacarr record the biggest win in the division on the day (5-0) over Real Bridge A. Joe Warren claimed the other two goals.
Bentley West End S&S also won on their travels. Goals by Jay Crossland (2) and Robert Hodgson earned them a 3-1 verdict at Wheatley Club.
Plough Inn and FC Independent shared the spoils after a 2-2 draw.
White Hart (Askern) beat Rossington Athletic 5-1 in their top-versus-bottom Division One clash. Brachen Steel notched a hat trick with Tom Costello and Mick Curtis also getting in on the act,
The Salutation (Zak Boiston, Sam Waugh) also boast three wins from as many starts after beating Wheatsheaf (Doncaster), for whom Ash Grayson netted, by the odd goal in three.
AFC Balby won rather more easily at Windmill Wanderers by scoring eight without reply.
Pit Club Miners beat Finningley Athletic, whose consolation goals were shared by Mike Parkinson and Adam Riley, to claim their second win in three starts.
Matt Mears and Scott Sykes shared the goals as FC Ivanhoe got off the mark at the third attempt with a 2-0 win over Auckley.
FC Schoolboy continue setting the early-season pace in Division Two after beating FC Wheatley Hills 3-1.
SFC Wadworth head the chasing group on goal difference after a 5-1 win over Balby Rovers (Shane Carver).
Edlington Welfare remain third after beating Carcroft Village Social Club 1-0.
Cantley (Daryll Creed, Craig Housley) beat Eden Arms (Simon Squires) by the odd goal in three to claim their first win.