AQUATIC Sports climbed into top spot after a resounding and impressive 4-0 victory away to Oddies.
Aquatic clambered above Hendon and Hall Farm in style, with Shaun Fisk capping a man-of-the-match performance with a well-taken double.
Thomas Tansey and Mark Fisk also netted for the visitors.
Aquatic lead on 30 points from 11 matches, two ahead of Hendon, who have a game in hand, and three in front of Hall Farm, who have also played 11 times.
Whitburn Village handed out a 4-1 defeat to bottom club Dynamos Last Orders, who slipped to their eighth defeat out of eight in the league.
Howard Staestrom kept up his superb run of form, notching twice for Whitburn, backed by strikes from Connor Sutton and Bailey Doyle.
Corner Flag secured a fine 3-1 success at Cheers, who had star man Anthony Jones on target.
Hall Farm convincingly secured a semi-final spot in the Alan Hood Memorial Trophy.
Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, they swamped University of Sunderland 10-2 away from home to complete a 10-3 aggregate victory.
Dean Smith led the way with a clinical hat-trick, while sub Damon Ellis and Lee Pearce both struck twice. Star man Mark Mhlanga, Dan Callaghan and sub Andrew Steele also struck.
Hendon completed a 15-0 aggregate triumph with a 5-0 second leg win at Park View in the TWR Bifolds Challenge Cup first round.
Doubles from Leighton Cooney and sub Adam McQuillan, supported by an Adam Wasey goal, did the damage. Paul Carter stood out for Hendon, Robert Berry for View.