Robbie O’Neill struck twice as Denton climbed the premier division table with a 3-1 win over Desborough Old Works.
Ben Cook also netted as Denton moved up to third spot.
AFC Trinity go to the bottom of the division after a 9-1 hammering by Melbourne Arms.
AFC Houghton Magna stay in second place after losing 6-3 to Welland Valley Panthers. The result moves Panthers off the bottom.
In division one, AFC Crown stay bottom of the table following an 8-1 defeat to Norteles, who go fourth.
AFC Squirrels are 11points ahead at the top of the table after beating Bat & Wickets 6-3. Goalscorers for Bat were Aaron Mark (2) and an own goal.
Real Roochers and AFC Hackleton played out a 1-1 draw.
Lord Byron remain in second after beating Swan & Helmet2-0. Ryan Moysey and Matt Thornber got the goals.
Trinity Old Boys stay in third place only on goal difference to Lord Byron, with a 6-1 victory over Head Quarters. Richard Lawrie led the way for Trinity with a hat-trick, with others coming courtesy of Shaun Henderson (2) and Matt Reeve.
West Haddon Albion had their first win in the division last week but could not carry that on as they went down 4-0 to Kislingbury. Shaun Wilkes hit a hat-trick to lead division two top dogs Crown & Cushion to a 4-0 win over Parklands Phoenix.
Dallington Heath are slowly moving up the table with a 7-1 victory over Albany Athletic.
Pitsford Rangers moved up three places with a 2-1 win over Monks Park WMC Reserves.
The mid-table clash between Nomads of Barratts and Nene FC ended in a 2-2 draw.
Park Royal are still looking for their first win in this division after losing 14-0 to Earls Barton United.
In division three, Northampton Alexandra got their first point their previous week but on Sunday were beaten 3-0 by Oakley Diamonds.
Division leaders Real Roochers Reserves went down 3-2 to Spring Park.
Sixfields Rangers kept the pressure on Roochers at the top with a 6-1 victory over Bat & Wickets Reserves. Adam Greatrix, Chris Lynch, Connor Leeson (2) and Billy Torpey (2) struck for Sixfields. Bat & Wickets replied through Matt Whitfield.
FC Pioneer stay in third place on goal difference following a 3-3 draw against AFC Obelisk Reserves.