ADWICK Park Rangers A followed up a 3-2 victory in midweek with a 3-0 success over reigning Doncaster Senior League Premier Division champions Edlington Town.
Gareth Philipson notched a hat trick for Rangers at Kirkby and a brace of goals from Ryan Chesters, plus one by Scott Exley, gave Adwick the spoils against Edlington.
Leaders AFC Sportsman Rovers lost their 100 per cent home record in midweek when they were held 2-2 by Edlington Town.
Tobias Dwyer and Liam Winfield struck for Rovers, Adam Francis and Richard Spears responding for Edlington.
Two goals by Paul Hemmingway, plus one from Tobias Dwyer, saw Sportsman defeat rivals Rossington Main 3-2 at the weekend.
Maltby MW moved into second place in the table with a 1-1 draw at Doncaster Deaf, Adam Hancock being their marksman.
Jack Burton struck twice as Bawtry Town accounted for Yorkshire Main 4-2. Simon Minshall and Shaun Ramplin doubled their tally.
A brace of goals by Luke Whitfield put Swinton Station Athletic on the way to a 5-2 win over Sutton Rovers. Matthew Beevers, Ben Lewis and Nathan Bailey completed the nap hand. Luke Chambers and Leon Tarry netted for Rovers.
Retford Town beat South Kirkby Colliery A 4-2.
There was a 3-0 derby success for Kinsley Boys over South Elmsall United Services.
After a 2-1 victory at ISG Doncaster in midweek, Carcroft Village beat Division One leaders Bramley Sunnyside 3-1 on Saturday.
Michael Astbury and Kieron Bridges scored for Village at ISG with Michael Lange replying.
A hat-trick from Joe Fisher gave Carcroft victory over Bramley and took them level on points with three games in hand.
Hatfield Main are third after their 3-2 win over ISG Doncaster. David Wombell (2) and Christopher Cork scored for Main, Bartosz Prusek and Sebastian Borek shared out the ISG goals.
A brace of goals each from Jermain Sterling and Richard Hollinger gave Bawtry Town Reserves a 4-2 success over Adwick Park Rangers B.
Edlington Rangers beat Woodlands Rhinos 5-3 courtesy of goals by Christopher Marklew (2), Mark Barkham, Lee Hesketh and John Macleod,. Joel Smith (2) and Christopher Hancock netted for the visitors.
FC Tavern had to be satisfied with a point from a 4-4 draw at Upton Brookside. Kevin Hames (2), Brett Thomas and Chris Myers were their scorers. Hemsworth Town won 3-1 at Ackworth.