NATHAN Fraser’s hat trick was the highlight as runaway Doncaster Senior League Premier Division leaders Rossington Main picked up an 11th consecutive win.
Main also passed the 50 goal mark with an 8-0 mauling of Swinton Station Athletic.
Dean Griffiths added a brace with Niall Doyle, Scott Maughan and Sean Nicholls also on target for Rossington, who sit eight points clear at the top after just 11 games.
Brodsworth Welfare extended their unbeaten run to four games with a 3-1 win over defending champions AFC Sportsman Rovers.
Andrew Kime, Ryan Soar and Daniel Smith, finding the net, Oliver Wheeler replying.
Braces from James Connor and Craig Dyson heled Edlington Town to a 4-3 win at Bramley Sunnyside.
Kyle Lacey scored five as Hemsworth Town beat Carcroft Village 7-2.
Alan Billington and Andrew Lowe also found the net with Joe Fisher and Darren Fieldor hitting back.
A Tom Clark double put Kinsley Boys on the way to a 5-0 win over South Kirkby Colliery with Joel Edwards, Tyler Hill and Arnick Gill completing the tally.
South Elmsall United Services won 4-1 against Bawtry Town in the Premier Division KO Cup courtesy of a Steven Nutter brace and goals from Lance Walsh and David Harrison while Dan House replied.
Daniel Bamford’s strike gave Denaby United a 1-0 win at Scawthorpe and Bentley Rhinos and moved them seven points clear in Division One.
Woodlands Rhinos earned their first home win in beating Bawtry Town Reserves 4-2 with Simon Squire, Jordan Taylor, Daniel Palmer and Joel Smith on target. Ben Leather and an own goal kept Bawtry in it.
A Ben Whittaker goal earned Sun FC a 1-1 draw with Hemsworth MW while South Kirkby Town outgunned Shafton Villa 7-3
Shaun Hobson’s hat trick plus strikes from Ricky Gaskell, Kyle Simmonds, Ben Farina and Liam Hough earned Town the win while Chris Glover, Ryan Butcher and Ben Pearson hit back for Villa.
Tom Doherty got a hat trick as Sutton Rovers gained a 5-2 victory at Eggborough Eagles in the Goole and Thorne FA Cup 2nd round with Luke Chambers and Ben Magilton adding a goal each.
Askern Athletic went down 12-0 in their home tie with AFC Woodlands.