Four-goal Rangers turn on the power to take top spot
Houghton Rangers top the Premier Division after a 4-1 victory over County Hall.
Andy Almond, Harry Almond, Fran Lynch and Daley Graham were their marksmen. Previous leaders Braders were without a game.
Magna beat Birstall RBL 2-1 to go third, their hero being two-goal Josh Grewcock.
Glen Villa beat bottom club Cosby 5-3, while Kibworth Town lost 3-1 at home to North Kilworth.
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Royal Anglians remain top of Division One after their third victory of the season, 3-0 against Hinckley team, Ashby Road.
NKF Burbage had their match with Jubilee cut short at Britannia Fields. They were leading 3-0 before a Jubilee player suffered a serious knee injury just before full-time.
Tom Watson (2) and Gavin Hollis were the scorers and NKF are waiting to see if the result is allowed to stand.
Fleckney remain unbeaten after fighting off Leicester Three Lions to triumph 5-3. Braunstone Trinity had the same winning scoreline against Queniborough.
Belgrave pulled off a surprise by beating one of the league-title favourites, Northfield Emerald, 5-1.
Lloyd Murning led the way with a hat-trick while Shane Brown and Stew Kopaczel made up the five. Northfield's goal was scored by Vernon Harper.
In Division Two, New Joiners lead the way after scoring seven goals on their travels at Broughton Astley, who scored four of their own.
Ryan Garner (3), Alan Stafford (2), Adam Johnson and Scott Johnstone netted for New Joiners, with Matt Creasley (3), and Ray Ford replying.
Oadby Boys Club netted seven at GNG and North Kilworth Reserves lost 3-0 to Thurnby Valley, while Shoemakers suffered an even heavier loss, 8-0 at home to Birstall RBL Reserves.
Park End suffered their first defeat of the season in Division Three, losing 6-0 to Glenfield Town Reserves.
Thurlaston Magpies Reserves moved to the top after a 4-4 draw with Beaumont Town Reserves.
New club Earl of Stamford continue to find the going tough, this time losing 10-0 at home to Glen Villa Reserves.
NKF Burbage were beaten 3-2 at home by Belgrave Reserves, County Hall Reserves grabbed a 1-0 win at home to Mountsorrell Amateurs Reserves, and Queniborough Reserves went down 2-1 to Kibworth Town Reserves.