EDLINGTON Top Club clinched the Division Three crown several weeks ago but they showed no sign of resting on their laurels when scoring seven goals without reply at mid-table Tank.
A David Flowitt hat-trick helped Glad Old Boys climb into second spot on the back of a 4-0 win at Palfreys Lodge. Craig Wilmott also netted for the winners.
Skellow Rangers, for whom Kieron Bridges and Sam Corner netted, dropped a place to fourth after going down 3-2 at home to Balby Academy of Sport. Tonik climbed to fifth after beating Waggies (Aaron Blunt, Stephen Mitchell, Dominic Fryer) 4-3.
Leger Lions regained top spot in Division Four in impressive style with a 5-1 win away at leaders South Kirkby Colliery. Goals by Ryan Wattam (2), Harry Swaine, Danny Brayshaw and Matthew Lovett did the damage. Third-placed Acorn Blinds beat White Swan Balby by the odd goal in five, Free-scoring Division Five leaders Rossington United took their tally of goals to 126 following their 13-1 win over lowly Cantley Rovers. Scott Wilson and Peter Shelley both notched a hat-trick with Mark Wright, Phillip Pendlebury and John Griffiths all hitting a double. Dean Griffiths completed the rout.
Brazil Boys, four points behind with a game in hand, beat bottom club FC Ivanhoe 3-2, for whom Calum Wood and Craig Dallas netted. Third-placed Yorkshire Grey United, can’t now finish any higher than second despite winning 2-1 at Hogans.
The Bay Horse beat The Glasshouse (Aaron Haxwell, two own goals) 10-3. Second-bottom Edenthorpe Toby Carvery lost 4-2 at Bessacarr. Hatfield Woodhouse (Richard Sands, own goal) were held to a 2-2 draw at Drum Misfits.