ROSSINGTON United set a new Doncaster Highfield Property Sunday Alliance League record, beating Division Five strugglers Edenthorpe Toby Carvery 24-1.
All but two of the league leaders starting 11 got in on the act - even keeper Jamie Robinson chipped in with a goal.
Dean Griffiths led the way with a six-goal haul and Peter Shelley hit four.
Mark Ridley and Luke Wilkinson both grabbed hat-tricks and Dale Mullins and Phillip Pendlebury both bagged a brace.
There were single strikes for Chris Troupe, Scott Wilson and Kyle Debenham.
Campsall remain hard on their heels following their 3-1 at the Glasshouse.
Hatfield Woodhouse climbed a place to third after beating Hogans 4-1.
Richard Sands claimed three of the goals with Anthony Langton also netting.
Goals by Andy Glover, Paul Herring and Steven Walker secured lowly Cantley Rovers a 3-0 win at bottom club FC Ivanhoe.
Bessacarr had to settle for a consolation goal by Oliver White when going down 2-1 at home to Yorkshire Grey United.
Acorn Blinds, who dropped to third, lost top spot in Division Four after going down 3-0 at third-placed Leger Lions, who climbed to second.
South Kirkby Colliery are the new leaders following their 9-0 demolition of second-bottom Balby Rovers.
Jamie Benn, James O’Connor, Ian Smith and Steve Burton all hit a double for the winners.
Aaron Haigh completing the scoring.
White Hart Colts scored five without reply at Harvester. Horse & Groom Town won 2-0 away at Hesley.
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