An imperious derby showing from Moulton Harrox edged them ever closer to another ChromaSport PDFL Premier Division title on Saturday.
The table-toppers trashed South Holland rivals Sutton Bridge 8-1 at Broad Lane, with their goals coming from Dalius Kisla (12), an own goal (30), Marcus Parry (40), Joe Townsend (50 and 81), Declan Earth (53), Danny Lambe-Hyner (71) and Danny Maddison (87).
Sub Craig Pack replied with a consolation for Bridge, but Kev Nottingham’s Harrox are now six points clear at the top with just four games left to play.
It was a day to forget for the other South Holland sides in the Premier Division, with Long Sutton Athletic thumped 6-0 at Thorney and Holbeach United Reserves going down 4-0 at Whittlesey Athletic.
Also beaten were Tydd, 2-1 at Stamford Lions.
That theme continued down in Division Two, as Whaplode Drove were hammered 5-0 at Rippingale and Folkingham.
There was better news in Division Four, as Holbeach United Sports won 4-1 at FC Parson Drove Reserves thanks to goals from Ryan Cook (2), Billy Barnes and Scott Powley.
Tydd Reserves also won 4-3 at Netherton A, with Tom Grantham, Ben Gibbons (2) and Aaron Cooper on the mark.