AQUATIC Sports maintained their title challenge with a 7-1 defeat of battling bottom side Dynamos Last Orders.
Visiting keeper Scott Leeming produced an outstanding display to keep the score down, with Reece Young bagging Dynamos’ consolation.
Doubles from David Sewell and Michael Conlon led the way for Aquatic, with Thomas Tansey, sub David Oxley and Shaun Fisk also on the scoresheet. Paul Cromack was man of the match.
Hall Farm earned their ninth win in 11 league games to stay second, beating Cheers 5-2 away.
Adam Campbell fired both goals for Cheers, but star man Adam Baister, Lee Pearce, Andrew Tatters, Richie Timm and sub Thomas Clifford guided Farm home.
Anthony Jones stood out for the home side.
Oddies claimed a fine 3-1 win at Whitburn Village in a battle of fourth and fifth, with the home side managing a consolation goal from Andrew Simpson. Howard Staestrom kept up his superb form with another man-of-the-match award.
Park View, boosted by their first point of the season the previous week, narrowly failed to add a second draw to their tally as they succumbed 3-2 to visitors Corner Flag.
Liam Bell and sub Peter Briggs notched for View, with Matthew Liddle their star performer.
Hendon proved too strong for University of Sunderland, running out 4-1 winners to consolidate top spot with a ninth victory in 10 matches.
The goals were shared around by the table-toppers, with Adam Cushingham, Warren Cassap, Mark Wasey and Steven Clark all on target, while Graeme Thornton was star man.