Jason Thurlby hit a hat-trick as Newark Cavaliers tore Motonation apart with a blistering attacking display in the Newark Alliance.
Shoulder-to-shoulder: Coddington’s Jordan Cummings (orange) and Martin Wilson, of RHP. (111112AM1-3)
The Second Division leaders hit ten past the bottom side to send a powerful statement about their promotion ambitions.
David Rawlin and Jack Bamford each scored two and Billy Anderson, Luke Clutterbuck, and Joseph Spindley one as Cavaliers reached double figures.
Ricky King hit two and Chris Workman another in response.
Second-placed RHP Social missed the chance to go top of the Premier League as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Coddington.
Christopher Self netted for Coddington and Daryl Price scored for the visitors.
Goals from Daniel Weiss, Joe Ness, and Jonathan Rose saw Farnsfield Villa beat Farndon United 3-1.
John MacDonald scored for Farndon.
A Lewis Wright double helped Holy Trinity open a six-point lead at the top of the First Division after seeing off Castle Barge 95.
Luke Simmons chipped the keeper to send Trinity in front after five minutes, and Wright headed in Rhys Lloyd’s cross to double their lead with ten minutes remaining in the first-half.
NEWARK CAVALIERS’ Dom Hade (red and black) and Daniel Ashmore, of Motonation in action in their Division Two encounter. (111112AM2-1)
Wright grabbed his second on the hour-mark after being played clean through to wrap up the points.
Kristopher Allen and Matthew Fiddes scored for Farndon United Reserves in a 2-1 win at high-flying The Fox (Kirton). Scott York netted for the hosts.
Ashley Mersh and Kelvin Couchman ensured Belams Flowserve kept the pressure on Newark Cavaliers in the Second Division with a 2-1 win over Newark Flowserve Reserves.
Chris Wareham scored for Flowserve.
Adrian Hillier scored a hat-trick as RHP Social A came from behind to beat Fernwood.
Daniel Williams put Fernwood in front, but Hiller’s hat-trick and a Ben Hawker goal gave RHP a 4-1 win.