Premier division leaders James King Blisworth racked up an emphatic 14-0 victory over bottom club Stanion Redstar.
Ross Arundell led the scoring with four, while Aaron Chilton claimed a hat-trick. Scott Chilton struck twice along with singles from Ryan Andrew, Andy Seaton, Christopher Culley, Mark Faulkner and Calum Vango.
Seventh-placed Brixworth All Saints secured a 3-1 win over fourth-placed Gretton.
Nathan Burrows claimed a brace as Earls Barton United saw off third-placed Weldon United 5-2.
Justin Dowling, Adam Sharpe and Adam Speight also netted. Barton also picked up this week’s Duston Garage Star Award for their impressive win.
Moulton made home advantage work for them and were victorious to the tune of 4-0 over Milton. Aaron Dickens, Sam Durrant, Adrian Redmond and Shane Roberts got the goals.
Roade recorded a much-needed 1-0 win over Harpole. Ben Davis got the vital goal for Roade, who stay fifth.
In Duston Garage Division One, Wootton St George sealed a good point after a 1-1 draw with high flying Burton United.
Ashley Brown, Jordan Casey and Thomas Murfitt all netted a goal apiece to steer Weedon to a 3-0 win over Corby Pegasus.
Heyford Athletic won 4-2 at Wollaston Victoria thanks to efforts from James Benton-Diggins, Harleigh East and Kasy Morgan (2).
In Duston Garage Division Two, second-placed Spratton were given a good test before securing a 3-2 win at mid-table FC Titchmarsh. Alex Bonser, Sam Lavelle and Matthew Pheely got the goals.
Grange Park Rangers secured only their third league win of the season with a 2-1 home success over Kettering Park Rovers.
Kislingbury and West Haddon fought out a good battle but home side Kisl finished as 3-1 winners with strikes from Stuart Schofield (2) and Shaun Henderson. In Duston Garage Division Three, James Brown’s goal for Mereway couldn’t prevent them from a 2-1 defeat against Irthlingborough Town.
Falcons United made the trip to table-toppers Northampton Spartak worthwhile with a fine 4-0 win to put themselves one point behind the leaders.
Falcons’ goals came courtesy of Brett Greenhalf, Ashley Hunt, Shane Richardson and Brady Taylor Smith.
In the Duston Garage Reserve Premier Division, Bugbrooke A made home advantage count with a 1-0 win over Roade Reserves to lift them up one place in the table. George Bonifas got the winner.
Harpole Reserves who have not had a good time of late recorded their second win over fourth-placed Moulton Reserves 4-1.
James King Blisworth Reserves kept up their push for the title with a 6-0 win over newly-promoted Wollaston Reserves to put them 14 points above second place. Blisworth goals came from Leon Cosford (3), Tom Heath (2) and Dale Lewis.
In Duston Garage Reserve Division One, Spratton Reserves suffered a 4-2 home defeat to Weldon United A.
Heyford Reserves secured an impressive 4-1 win over Higham Town Reserves thanks to strikes from Gentran Shahollaric, Elliott White, Nathan Wood and Brian Dube.
West Haddon Albion recorded their third win against mid table Corby Ravens Res by 4-1 with goals from Nic Tomes (2), Edward Harman and Charlie Wright.
Daventry Drayton Grange made progress in the NFA Lower Junior Cup with a 5-0 win over North Bucks League team Wicken Sports.
Chris Trill did the damage with four goals with the other coming from Jed Brennan.
Bugbrooke Res from the UCL Reserve Division put paid to Division Three Combination Wellingborough Gleneagles’ chances with a 7-0 win.
Northampton Obelisk are out of the NFA Area Cup following a 3-0 defeat to Peterborough League side Eye United.