BULLCROFT Sports & Pastimes retained top spot in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division on goal difference after romping to a 6-0 win over lowly Armthorpe Coronation.
Joe Fisher bagged a brace with Jason Scott, Gareth Collinson, Liam Hayes and Danny Kellock also netting.
Rhinos, who started the day in second place, lost ground after going down 4-3 at FC Dunscroft, for whom Luke Brownbridge and Carl Grant both hit a double.
Dean Daffin, Daniel Wojtichowski and Matthew Hayes shared out the visitors’ goals.
Athletico Parklands climbed above Rhinos into second following their 2-0 win over top-four rivals Barnby Dun.
Goals by Josh Gibbons and Chris Gregory secured Bentley Top Club a 2-2 draw at ACS.
Championship leaders Canal Tavern recorded their ninth win in as many starts when beating lowly Corner Pin 10-3.
Adam Freeborn led the way with a four-goal haul with Darren Fell weighing in with a hat-trick. Kirk Frost (2) and Sean McCarthy also chipped in with goals.
Armthorpe remain second following their 5-3 win over Auckley.
Third-placed AFC Rovers remain in the frame after routing Toll Bar 10-3.
Finningley Athletic were flying high after beating Stainforth 4-0 on the back of goals by Pete Richardson (2), Tyler Hutter and Liam Coxon.
Conisbrough Conyers claimed their third win in seven starts with a 3-1 victory at Sprotbrough. Craig Sutton grabbed two of the Conyers’ goals with Ben Redfearn also getting in on the act. Calum Smith was the home side’s scorer.
Eden Grove lost 1-0 at Styrupp.
Hawthorn held on to top spot in Division One on goal difference despite losing 5-2 at Tumbler. Mark Carter and Robert Farrow shared out their consolation goals.
Wheatley Hotel joined Hawthorn on 18 points after beating Carcroft Village 3-0.
Matthew Holmes, Andew Mellor and Andrew Vipond all hit the back of the net for the winners.
Second-placed Stagg Inn, due to play Adwick Park Rovers, were without a game.
Hatfield Celtic beat Alverley Inn by the odd goal in seven thanks to Leigh Emmerson (2), Robert Wilson and Lee McAvoy.
Askern Railway had to settle for a brace of consolation goals by Ross Ascough in a 3-2 defeat against visiting Sportsman Inter Stella.
Pete Garside, Sean Perkins, Chris Hayton and Scot Johnson were the Park Social marksmen in their 4-2 win at Three Horseshoes.