Braders in seventh heaven after demolishing Kilworth
Braders kept a firm grip on top place in the Premier Division with an emphatic 7-1 win over North Kilworth.
Lee Johnson, Simon Richmond and Darren Taylor scored two each, while Craig Lynch claimed the other.
Bottom club Kingsway Celtic won their first game of the season, 4-2 against Magna 73.
John Tishibangu put Kingsway ahead but Magna hit back to lead 2-1 at the break.
Tom Mansfield, with a 35-yard free kick, levelled on the hour to lift Kingsway's spirits. Tishibangu converted from the penalty spot to put them ahead and Sheriff Adewumni sealed a great comeback five minutes from time.
Division One leaders Burbage Old Boys were held to a 3-3 draw by Ashby Road.
Burbage were without the league's leading scorer Luke Richards, who although suspended for this clash has agreed terms to join Hinckley United.
Ashby went 2-0 up thanks to Martin Jennings and Tom Woodward, before a brace from Danny Simmons levelled the match.
Burbage thought they had got the winner when Mitch Linney scored from the spot but Jennings pounced for his second goal to claim a point.
There was a thrilling encounter at Cort Crescent between Leicester Three Lions and Northfield Emerald.
Arron Butcher opened the scoring for Lions just before the interval with a splendid free-kick from the edge of the box after he had been brought down.
Lee Moran ended up stealing the headlines though, equalising for Northfield on 50 minutes before grabbing the winner.
Northfield were awarded a penalty late in the game but Lions keeper Joe Kirton made a fine save.
In the other Division One encounter, Queniborough and Braunstone Trinity fought out an exciting 2-2 draw.
Thurnby Valley remained top of the pile in Division Two despite dropping points in a 2-2 draw against fourth-placed Shoemakers Athletic.
Adam Loach and Dave Wilson were the marksmen for Shoemakers.
Bottom club Cosby United put up a good fight against North Kilworth Reserves. Scott Clarke scored twice for Cosby but they ended up losing 4-2.
In Division Three, Thurlaston Magpies remained in second place following a close encounter against Queniborough Reserves.
Michael Smith (2), Stefan Shute and Danny Stark secured a 4-3 win. Michael Lock netted a treble Queniborough attacker.
Park End edged out County Hall Reserves 4-3 thanks to Neil Hubbard (2), Lee James and Tom St John.
NKF Burbage Reserves were beaten 4-0 at Great Glen Reserves, Harry Cassie, Chris Gibbons, Jack Marston and Ryan Marston the scorers.