JOEY Roberts and Mike Woodray each grabbed four goals as St Joseph's returned to the top of the Mid Cheshire Sunday League after thrashing Chapel's Wine Bar 14-0.
But they weren't the only side to rattle up a good score - Rifleman hit eight passed Cuddington and Division One leaders Coachman piled up 21 goals against hapless Gladstone.
Winsford United teammates Rob Hopley and Dave Tasker scored on opposite sides in the Saxons-Pockets match which ended all square. Premier: St Joseph's 14 (Roberts 4, Woodray 4, C Jones 2, M Jones 2, Hall, Trow) Chapel's 0; Saxons 2 (Hopley 2) Pockets 2 (Tasker, Cain); Rifleman 8 (Tier 3, Sproats 2, Allen, McCaffrey, Moss) Cuddington 1.
Division One: White Lion 4 (Allman 2, Martin, Black) Holmes Chapel 3 (Arnold 2, Kidman); Gladstone 0 Coachman 21 (Mellor 8, Ball 5, Newman 4, Gibbon 2, Stanton, Tolfree); Gate 1 (Clarke) Plough 4 (Johnson 3, Evans).