SECOND-placed Skellow Rangers missed out on the chance to close the gap on Doncaster Highfield Property Sunday Alliance League Division Three leaders Edlington Top Club, who were without a game, when losing 5-1 to Glad Old Boys.
Karl Hope and David Flowitt both bagged a brace for the winners with John Prescott also weighing in with a goal and Liam Stones replying.
Despite goals by John Davies and Gavin Pickering Tank lost 4-2 at Balby Academy of Sport. Matthew Lucas bagged two of the Balby goals with Cordell Drobac and Richard Jones also netting,
Palfrey’s Lodge won 1-0 at fellow strugglers Grove Carvery.
Fifth-placed Tonik were held to a 3-3 draw by bottom club Armthorpe Village (Richard Wheeler, Peter Ashcroft and own goal).
Windmill climbed to fourth after beating Waggies 4-0. Luke Rafferty, Nathan Johnson, Craig Hookway and Tony Hurrell shared out the goals.
Acorn Blinds hit the highest score of the day when beating bottom-of-the-table RC Motor Cycles, who have lost all 18 Division Four games, 15-0.
South Kirby Colliery climbed into second spot with a 6-0 win at White Swan Balby. Ian Smith hit a hat-trick with Steven Burton (2) and Jamie Benn also scoring.
Leger Lions moved up to third when mauling Harvester 9-2.
Ingram Arms (Colin Reed 2) dropped to fourth after being held 2-2 by visiting Hesley.
Horse & Groom battled out a goalless draw with White Hart Colts.
Rossington United regained top spot in Division Five after beating lowly Drum Misfits 5-1. Phillip Pendlebury (2), Mark Ridley, Scott Wilson and Luke Wilkinson shared out the United goals with Tim Morgan replying.
Campsall dropped down to second after being held to a 1-1 draw at top-four Yorkshire Grey United.
Hatfield Woodhouse WMC (Steven Davidson, Stuart Howell) climbed above United after beating The Bay Horse 2-1.
Brazil Boys held on to third spot after beating Hogans 3-0.
Bessacarr (Matthew Head) won 1-0 at The Glasshouse.