Brixworth All Saints put a dent in James King Blisworth’s Duston Garage Premier Division title bid with a 3-2 victory last weekend.
Goals from Matthew Coleman, Sam McCallum and Alex Patrick secured the three points against a Blisworth side now four points behind Corby Eagles.
Andy Seaton and Lee Abrams got Blisworth’s goals.
Corby Eagles were able to stretch their lead at the top after beating Moulton 3-2.
Joshua Clipston and Sam Durrant netted for Moulton.
Harpole were held to a 1-1 draw by Kettering Nomads.
David Barrick struck for Harpole.
Duston Garage Division One
CHRISTOPHER TRILL struck twice as Daventry Drayton Grange got the better of Medbourne.
Trill’s two were added to by Matthew Russ and Jamie Sedgley in a 4-2 success.
Duston Garage Division Three
AARON CRAMPTON claimed a hat-trick as Spartak finished their season in style.
Second-placed Spartak secured a 7-1 success at the expense of Wellingborough Gleneagles, with Adam Bazeley, Jon Byrne, Ashley Moreton and Aaron Tindal added to Crampton’s heroics.
AFC Obelisk outshone Irthlingborough Rangers in a 3-1 win, while Kerrith Belfon was the match-winner for Mereway as they edged to a 1-0 victory at Irthlingborough Town.
Duston Garage Reserve Premier Division
KARL HOY and Chris Knott struck to secure a 2-1 win for Roade against James King Blisworth in the Additional Reserve Cup.
Duston Garage Reserve Division One
Weedon were winners in the Additional Reserve Cup as they beat Weldon United.
Goals from Benjamin Drinkwater, Matthew Farrell and Martin Russ earned a 3-1 sucess.
Duston Garage Reserve Division Two
BUGBROOKE St Michaels B won twice in three days to keep their title dreams alive.
The first was a thumping 6-2 success against Heyford Athletic, with Daniel Powell the hat-trick hero.
Adam Roberts, Calum Smith and Luke Tate were also on target for the league leaders, while Daniel Houverkis and Christopher Rayner replied for Heyford.
Two days later, Powell and Smith hit doubles as Bugbrooke beat Kettering Orchard Park Reserves 4-1.
Daventry Drayton Grange are two points behind Bugbrooke with a game in hand.
They won 6-3 at Wellingborough Gleneagles last weekend, with Rhys Collins hitting a hat-trick and Ryan Barrett and Daniel Hutchinson also on target.