Dewsbury Rangers are six points clear at the top of Heavy Woollen Sunday League Division Two after an impressive 9-0 thrashing of Liversedge Albion.
Jamie Beaver led the way for Rangers with four goals, Danny Laidlaw and Jordan Pugh both hit braces, with Bill Phethean completing the scoring.
FC Woodman are second after they won 9-1 at lowly Ravenswharfe (Steve Smith).
Hightown are third despite being held to a 4-4 draw by Rising Sun. Adrian Stowell, Dean Commins, Jason Miller and Paul Myers scored for Hightown, with Dean Vernon (two), Jack Oldroyd and Darrell Smith replying for Rising Sun.
Matthew Brackenbury struck four goals as Marsh romped to a 10-2 win over a depleted St Ignatius side. Tom Collins and Simon Turner hit two apiece, with Tom Ellam and Ryan West also on the scoresheet. Tim Blackburn and Lee Nightingale scored for St Ignatius.
FC Pack Horse enjoyed a comfortable 6-1 win at Gomersal. Danny Holdsworth led the way with a brace, while Derek Lau, Danny Lightowler, Jason Jeffrey and Ashley Brook also found the net. James Heddon hit Gomersal’s consolation.
Taylor got back to winning ways with a 5-1 win at Battyeford Reserves. Ahmed Seedat scored two, with Abdulhai Jasat, Faizal Lambat and Suhel Jogee all finding the net. Bobby Evans struck for Battyeford.
Railway East Ardsley are unbeaten and also four points clear at the top of Division Three after Darren Coates and Shaun Hammill both scored in a 2-0 win over Northorpe United.
Batley Irish Nash lie second after Philip Irvin and Robert Lunan both netted twice in a 5-1 win over Thornhill. Sean Housecroft completed the scoring for Nash, with Ryan Pygott replying for Thornhill.
Heckmondwike Sports Club had James Proctor (brace), Nathan Willoughby and David Boulton to thank as they won 4-2 at home to bottom side Batley Celtics who had Peter Frain and Paul Hathaway on the scoresheet.
Queens Hotel extended their unbeaten run to five games as they won 3-2 against Snowden.
Richard Naylor, Liam Downes and Kyle Smith netted for Queens, who now sit in ninth place. Abdullah Badat and Ajmul Fazil replied for Snowden. Chris Dixon and Ashley Barnes each scored twice as West End Rangers won 4-2 at Crown Leeds Road Reserves (Will Stevenson).