A brace from Liam Green set Elephant and Castle on their way to a comfortable 4-0 win over second placed Thurston in Division Two of the Glasswells St Edmundsbury League.
Chris Smith and Alex De-Moore rounded off the scoring for Trunk.
Punch 68 honoured the memory of former player Danny Boyle in the perfect fashion, with a 7-0 win at home to second placed Black Boy.
A hat-trick from Lee Manley was added to by Denny O’Loughlin, Carl Prime and Devon Watkins.
Beck Row Reserves took all three points against RF Sainst courtesy of Lee Garratt, Mario Pinto and Kane Hodgson in a 3-2 victory, while,
Meanwhile, Wickhambrook remain top of the league following an emphatic 7-0 win over Bury Rovers, thanks to goals from Ryan Perry (2), Daylan Johnson, Craig Clarke, Jamie Chorlton, Shaun Hayes and an own goal.
Ram Meadow Reserves also netted seven times, beating Wortham 7-2. Matt Hawkins’ hat-trick was followed by further strikes from Jason Utting, Chris Woodland and Gareth Hollands (2), while Lee Calver netted both for Wortham.
Elsewhere, in the Suffolk FA Junior Cup, Sporting 87 eased to a 6-2 victory, while in an all St Edmundsbury League cup-tie, Barons comfortable beat visitorsBeck Row in a 4-0 success.
Ram Meadow were knocked out of the competition as they travelled to Bartons and were narrowly beaten 3-2. Ben Mayhew and Freddie Mayhew with the goals for the visitors.
A goal each from Matt Creaton, Lee Bryant and Robbie Chapple ensured Home Guard remain in the competition, following a 3-1 win away at Thurston.
And finally, Matt Beith was on target for Barnham Athletic way at Framlingham, but it proved nothing more than a consolation as the hosts ran out 2-1 winners.