Dominik Berry was the matchwinner for Real Roochers in their division one contest against West Haddon Albion.
Berry struck twice in a 2-0 win for Roochers, who recorded their fifth league win of the campaign.
Third-placed Bat & Wickets secured a 2-0 win at Swan & Helmet with goals from Matt Brown and Jamie Hall.
Royal All Stars and AFC Hackleton fought out a 2-2 draw. Morgan Littlejohn claimed a brace for All Stars. Hackleton hit back through Joe Malkin and Jamie Nash.
In division one’s other game, Lord Byron swept aside Head Quarters 5-1.
Only one premier division game took place last weekend, where bottom club Welland Valley suffered their fifth league defeat, going down 2-1 at Desborough Old Works.
In division two, Daniel Holden scored twice to inspire Dallington Heath to a 4-3 win over Parklands Phoenix.
There were also wins for AFC Towcester, Nene FC. Tows beat Pitsford Rangers 6-2, while Nene won 5-1 at Monks Park WMC Reserves.
In division three, Abington Town City closed the gap on leaders Real Roochers Reserves to one point with a 5-1 win over their rivals.
Second-placed Abington still have four games in hand on the current leaders.
Earls Barton United are through to the final of the NFA Sunday Vase after coming out on top of a penalty shootout at Corby Hotspur.
Barton triumphed 5-4 on spot kicks after the sides fought out a 2-2 draw.
Division two leaders Crown & Cushion will play Barton in the final after winning their semi-final 3-0 against Golden Horse.
Division one leaders AC Squirrels are through to the semi-finals of the NTFA MDH Teamwear Cup after a 4-2 victory over Spartak Moulton.
Three other Conference teams are out of the competition. Trinity Old Boys lost 5-2 at Combination side Devonshire Club, while AFC Crown were thrashed 11-2 by FC Victoria.
Kislingbury were the league’s third side to exit the competition as they were edged out 2-1 at home to Kingsthorpe Wanderers.