Hinckley Sunday League: Weavers march on at top
Weavers hit double figures against Blue Pig Wolvey to go 10 points clear at the top of PWS Distribution of Leicester Division Three.
Four goals each from Ash Warren and Rich Jones steered Weavers to a 12-0 away win.
Second-placed Thurlaston Magpies lost 2-1 away to Hinckley Knight.
Gaz Chambers' goal for Magpies was cancelled out by strikes from Ben Carter and Lewis Pook.
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Chequers finally got off the mark with a 5-1 win at home to SB, while Westfield Wanderers drew 1-1 against Plough Inn Littlethorpe.
A brace from Rowbottom helped Barlestone St Giles to a 3-0 win against Flintlock.
There is no change at the top of the Bond Street Trophies Premier Division with leading pair Sporting Dynamo and Ashby Tavern both winning.
Dynamo hammered bottom club Swan & Hove 11-1 to stay at the summit, Jack Lewis (3) and Scott Cockrum (2) the top scorers.
Second-placed Ashby won 3-2 against Ellis Park.
Sporting Flynns won 4-2 at Intersport, while Jarrad Pickering returned from a six-year absence to score four goals for Barcabullona in their 6-1 win at Research Garage.
In Hardy & Draper Carpets Division One, promoted side Duke of Rutland reserves went top after their 5-1 win against Enderby Social.
Second-placed FC Union drew 1-1 at Cross Keys, while Tin Hat won 6-3 against Market Bosworth Town.
Thurlaston Magpies beat Westfield Wanderers 06 3-2, Billy Weaver, Jason Swain and an own-goal the Magpies' scorers.
In Towergate Insurance Division Two, three goals in the last 10 minutes saved leaders' Thorpe Astley's blushes as they beat Ullesthorpe 4-3.
Clifton OB beat Sporting Dynamo reserves 5-3, while Adam Renders' first-half goal turned out to be the decider as Anchor won 1-0 at Tin Hat Reserves.