James King Blisworth are still just a point behind at the top of the Duston Garage Premier Division after bagging a 4-0 win against Spratton.
Ross Arundell, Aaron Chilton, Mark Faulkner and Andy Seaton scored for JK.
Kettering Nomads continue to lead the way after they won 1-0 at Brixworth All Saints, who are sixth in the standings.
James Owen scored for fifth-placed Heyford Athletic as they claimed a 1-1 draw at the side directly above them in the table, Roade.
In Duston Garage Division One, eighth-placed Woodford Wolves were beaten 7-1 by Burton United.
Daniel McGovern grabbed a hat-trick for United, while Dalitso Mandson scored twice and Brett Smith and Jamie Smith claimed one apiece.
Mereway were 2-0 winners in the Duston Garage Division One Cup as they saw off Gretton.
James Greenwood and Nathan Reynolds netted for Daventry Drayton Grange, but they lost 3-2 to Milton.
Danny Brown, Rosko Cook and Christopher Deakin delivered for Milton.
Wootton St George drew 3-3 at Wellingborough Aztecs.
In Duston Garage Division Three, Bugbrooke St Michael’s B cut the gap at the top to two points with a 9-2 victory against Daventry Rangers.
Nathan Butler and Daryll Wood got the Rangers goals.
Leaders Kislingbury JLB FC were in Duston Garage Division Three Cup action as they won 3-2 against Desborough & Rothwell United.
Ben Gerner, Frank Maher and John Black scored for JLB, with Tom Capps and Bruce Elliott replying for United.
Christopher Trill came off the bench to score for Weedon, but they were beaten 6-1 by Burton Band.
Leigh Chapman scored four for Band, with Shane Hawkes and Oliver Tilley also on target.
In the Duston Garage Division Four Cup, Ali Whitehead scored for Heyford Athletic Reserves, but they were beaten 3-1 by Earls Barton United Reserves.
Stanwick Rovers were 2-1 winners at Irthlingborough Town thanks to goals from Williams Gates and Carl Brown.
Kyle Moran and David Rawes scored for Yelvertoft in their 2-2 draw at Kettering Nomads Reserves.
In Duston Garage Division Five, Moulton Reserves earned a 4-1 win against West Haddon Albion Reserves.
Moulton are third, two points off the top, while Albion are still second from bottom.
Spratton Reserves claimed their 11th win in 19 league games, with the fifth-placed side securing a 3-0 win against Corby Hellenic Fisher.
Wellingborough Rising Sun Reserves beat Corby United Reserves 5-1, while Great Doddington were beaten 1-0 by Corby Strip Mills Reserves.