REIGNING Premier Division champions AFC Sportsman Rovers found themselves on the end of a 4-0 defeat at South Elmsall United Services.
Paul Smith, Ryan Till, Chad Gaskell and an own goal sent Services top of the table.
Just behind on goal difference are Rossington Main, who returned from Hatfield Main with a 2-1 victory, Shaun Nicholl and Matthew Brown on target.
Hot on their heels, Sutton Rovers beat Kinsley Boys 2-0 thanks to goals from Courtney Peynado and Tom Doherty.
Allan Fawley found the net in the first half for Carcroft Village in a 2-0 success at South Kirkby Colliery, Sam Corner sealing the spoils on the resumption.
Robert Rowland was a hat trick hero for Askern Athletic as they earned their first Division One scalp with a 4-3 win at Scawthorpe and Bentley Rhinos, although it was an own goal which tipped the scales.
Danny Porteous got a brace for Rhinos, Jordan McCabe adding the other goal.
HMP Moorland maintained their sharpshooting start with a 5-0 win over Bawtry Town Reserves.
Isiah Cardwell and Alex Booth both struck twice, Paul Benfield rounding off the nap hand.
David Stanoch and Grzegorz Szczerba were on target for ISG Doncaster in a 2-0 success at Woodlands Rhinos.
Denaby United beat Dunscroft United 3-0, Ryan Oakley, Ryan Scott and Enzo Guarini being their marksmen.
A brace of goals from Steve Wiunder helped Ackworth United pip South Kirkby Town 4-3, Rob Gordon and Jamie Bouskill doubling the tally, Craig Hobson (2) and Ricky Gaskell narrowing the gap.
Leaders Shefton Villa were held 2-2 when they entertained Hemsworth MW, Tony Bennett getting both Villa goals, Lee Hurst and Paul Cooper putting MW on terms.
There was no joy for Swinton Station Athletic in the Sheffield and Hallamshire FA Junior Challenge Cup first round as they lost 4-2 at home to Bramley Sunnyside, Luke Shaw and Kieran Clarke getting their goals.