Jamie Hall scored four as Bat & Wickets moved up to fifth in division one with a 10-1 thrashing of Royal All Stars.
Craig Rougvie (2), Rob Hill (2), Emmanuel Odiadi and Rob Gray also netted. Morgan Littlejohn replied for beaten All Stars.
Kislingbury were the second team to score 10 this week by beating the bottom club AFC Crown 10-4.
Ashleigh Adebayo led the way with four, with other goals coming from Aaron Walters (2), James Lewis (2), Luke McDonald and Glen Hammonds.
Lord Byron stay in third place after beating Norteles 4-3 thanks to efforts from Josh Smith, Robbie Edmonds a nd two goals from Ryan Moysey.
AC Squirrels stayed on top of the table in another high-scoring match against West Haddon Albion. Squirrels won 8-1 with goals from Stuart McDermott, Adam Froest, Oli Urquhart, Dan Gray, Nick Aiken (3) and an own goal.
Trinity Old Boys maintained their challenge to the top two in the division by beating Real Roochers 3-0.
In division two, the top-of-the-table clash between Earls Barton United and Crown & Cushion FC saw Crown come out on top 6-3 to go five points clear at the top. Albany Athletic moved six points clear of the bottom of the table with a 1-1 draw against Monks Park WMC Reserves.
Nene FC moved further away from the bottom of the table with a 4-1 victory over AFC Towcester. Steve Gale hit a hat-trick while the other came from Sam Evans.
In division three, Abington Town City closed in on the leaders after a 5-0 win over Jameeah FC.
Abington goalscorers were McDowell, Quatrine, Ratcliffe and two from Clark.
Bat & Wickets Reserves could not repeat the success of their first team as they were swept aside 7-2 by Oakley Diamonds.
Bat & Wickets’ goalscorers were Sam Howe and Liam Norris.
Oakley Diamonds secured the three points with strikes from Scott Cummins (3), Denis Typhis (2) and Josh Wilson (2).
The only other match played in the division saw Sixfields Rangers beat Pitsford Rangers Reserves 3-2.
Nick Floyer with two goals and Tim Osgerby with one ensured Rangers move up to third.