Sileby Rangers slipped deeper into relegation trouble as they slumped to a 6-0 home defeat to Deeping on Saturday.
The Northampton side are now only out of the UCL Premier Division drop zone on goal difference.
The visitors missed chances galore before Mohammed Hamid made the Deeping breakthrough five minutes before the break.
Deeping pressed home their advantage in the second period running in five unopposed goals.
Hamid scored his second two minutes after the restart with Jezz Goldson-Williams next on the scoresheet on 52 minutes.
Ben Lewis was next to find the mark a minute past the hour and Jordan Avis made it five after 69 minutes.
Hamid completed his hat-trick with five minutes remaining.
Cogenhoe United suffered a first league reverse in nine outings as impressive visitors Eynesbury beat them 2-1 at Compton Park.
In-form Rovers striker Jordan Nicholson’s smart eighteen yard finish put Eynesbury into a 58th-minute lead.
Five minutes later top scorer Lee Bassett took his chance well to double the Eynesbury lead.
Joe Power scrambled a Cooks consolation six minutes from the end.
Long Buckby were unable to build on their midweek win as they slipped 10 points adrift at the foot of the premier division with a 2-0 home defeat to Harrowby.
After a goalless first half Harrowby struck after the break to make it four wins in a row.
Scott Webb made the breakthrough for Harrowby seven minutes into the second period.
The Arrows’ success was sealed by Lee Shaw three minutes past the hour mark.
ON Chenecks ended Thrapston’s good run to maintain their top three place in UCL Division One.
Luke Tolworthy gave the home side the lead after eight minutes with Adam Hancock adding a second after 16 minutes.
Ben Lewington added a third for Chenecks five minutes into the second half.
Thrapston replied on the hour, Dan Bucciero the marksman.
Elliott Muddiman completed the home tally a minute from time, making it 3-1.
Spencer predictably completed an eight-day double over S&L but their basement visitors halved the score from the previous Saturday’s 12-goal rout.
The Millers actually proved more potent in the opening half than a week earlier, opening up a four-goal interval lead.
It took 23 minutes for Liam Tuck to open the scoring with Jack Bartley adding a second two minutes later.
A Paul Pickering double after 30 and 40 minutes completed the first half tally.
Spencer had to wait until a quarter of an hour from time to score a fifth goal through Deanio Bailey-Browne, with Ryan Lovell last on the scoresheet five minutes later.
Woodford United fought back from two goals down to clinch a point in a 2-2 draw at Whitworth.
Ross Patrick gave the Flourmen the lead after 58 minutes with Luke McDonald adding a second four minutes later.
With five minutes to go Tom Davies cut the deficit on his first senior appearance of the season and Jack Wise levelled with a minute remaining.
Olney suffered a 3-0 defeat to Bourne at Abbey Lawn.
Scott Spearink gave Bourne a great start with a sixth minute opener.
The home lead was doubled by Dan Smith after 21 minutes.
Andy Moss wrapped up the Bourne success two minutes past the hour mark.