Wellingborough Town made it two wins in a row in the ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division in emphatic style as they ran out 5-0 winners at Sileby Rangers.
The damage was done in the first half at Fernie Fields as the Doughboys struck four times before the break.
Chris Davies opened the scoring on 14 minutes before Jason Turner and Jason Taylor put the visitors 3-0 up. And Turner’s second just before half-time ended the game as a contest.
Michael Boyle-Chong completed the scoring for Craig Adams’ team 12 minutes from full-time.
Stewarts & Lloyds were undone by hot prospect Josh Crawley as Long Buckby claimed a 2-1 success at Occupation Road.
Crawley opened the scoring on the hour but S&L boss Kevin Byrne looked to have earned his side a point with 12 minutes to go. However, Crawley grabbed his eighth goal of the season two minutes later and that was enough to seal the points.
Raunds Town maintained their unbeaten start to the Division One season on Friday night as they edged out local rivals Thrapston Town 2-1 at Kiln Park.
Karl King’s penalty put the Shopmates in front but Aidan Bradshaw levelled things up before the break. However, Raunds won it 14 minutes from full-time through Alex Wills.
On Saturday, Aidy Mann’s Rushden & Higham made it two wins in a row as they edged out Blackstones 1-0 at Hayden Road.
And it was a good day for Burton Park Wanderers as they returned to winning ways with their first away success of the season as they claimed a 2-0 victory at Lutterworth Athletic.
Leigh Chapman put Joe Smyth’s team in front and the win was confirmed five minutes from full-time thanks to Dan Spaughton.
Whitworth slipped to defeat at London Road as Oadby Town made it four wins from four matches.
Livo Dube made the breakthrough after 52 minutes and Levi Porter added the second for the visitors soon after. Jamie White pulled a goal back for the Flourmen but Oadby held on.
Another team maintaining a perfect record were Eynesbury as they beat Irchester United 2-0.
Ben Cole put the hosts 1-0 in the first half and the win was confirmed by Scott Field with 13 minutes remaining.
Rothwell Corinthians’ losing streak continued as they remain without a point from five games after a 2-0 home defeat to St Neots Saints.
Two late goals secured the points as Luke Phillips’ own-goal broke the deadlock before Junior Moya secured the points for the visitors.