Bentley Top Club maintained their Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division title challenge with a 5-2 win over Rhino’s.
Matty Devine and Shaun Atkinson shared the visitors’ consolation goals as Bentley moved joint top with Canal Tavern.
Graceholme had to settle for a Craig Dyson strike in their 3-1 defeat at Athletico Tap Maker.
Leger Lions and Auckley battled out a 1-1 draw.
Johnny Wilson was the Toll Bar marksman in their 2-1 defeat at home to Eden Grove.
Lonsdale beat Newton Arms by the odd goal in three in one of only two Championship games.
A brace by Aaron Jacobsons and a single strike by Robert Lee failed to save Rosehill Press from a 5-3 defeat at home to Red Lion (Askern).
Division One leaders Winning Post, for whom Dave Stenson netted, had to settle for a 1-1 draw at Arskey Victoria.
Terry McCombe notched a hat trick for C & R Sports Bar in their 4-1 win at bottom club Armthorpe Village.
Naill Horstead completed the scoring.
Goals by Kieron Bennett, Craig Dallas and Jonathon Crofts secured Sprotbrough-based FC Ivanhoe a 3-2 win over FC Wadworth.
Russell Dans bagged both Carcroft Village goals in their 2-2 draw with Adam & Steve.
Bessacarr ran up the highest score of the day when beating lowly hosts Hatfield Town 12-0.
Leopard had to settle for consolation goals by James McCormack, Tom Clarke and Robert Carter when going down 6-3 at home to FC Gatehouse.
Scawthorpe, for whom Gary Waterhouse, Scott Dixon and Lee Badman netted, lost 4-3 at Schoolboy Norton.
Highwayman took no prisoners when romping to a 9-0 win at The Urban.
Rhino’s United came away from Jakes Bar Rangers with a point following their 4-4 draw.
DN5 Old Boys picked up a 6-3 win at FC Cumberland.
Chris Marriot was the star of Team 23’s Division Three victory at Bentley Sports & Social. He scored all their goals in their 4-3 win.
Ashley Barton netted the Eden Arms’ consolation in their 4-1 defeat against visiting The Railway.
Balby Athletic recorded a 7-4 win at FC Parklands, whose goals came from Gary Jebb (2), Aaron Harrison and Daniel Buzza.
Balby Rovers won 5-3 at Newlands (James Woodall, Phil Vernon, Michael Brown).
A James Clarke brace and a single strike by James Andrews secured White Hart (Askern) a 3-1 win over Jakes Bar United (Ryan Dooley).
A Craig Davis double proved to be in vain as Windmill Wanderers lost 6-2 at home to leaders Fairway Athletic.
Matty Winterburn starred for the visitors by notching a hat trick, while Craig Jones (2) and Lewis Head also got their names on the scoresheet.