CASTROL Tessuti have extended their advantage at the top of The Holiday Inn Ellesmere Port Premier Division to four points with a 3-1 win at home to St Saviour's - their 10th success in 11 outings.
The Oilmen netted through Steve Morgan (2) and Ian Parry, while the visitors' consolation came from Mike Thelwell.
The Woodlands are in second place on 16 points after being held to a 2-2 draw at home to Octel AFC as strikes from Dave Hall and Dominic Byrne were cancelled out by Paul Fraser and Mike Banks' efforts.
There was also a 2-2 draw between Gunners Enterprise and Cane Factory FC, with Steve Jones and Rob Smith netting for the hosts and Eric Fogg and Ian McGoldrick replying.
The Strawberry are still without a win at the foot of the table after drawing 2-2 at home to third-bottom Dysett Rangers, who are just a point above them.
Damien Walters and Darren Frodsham were on the mark for the hosts while the visitors responded through Paul Smith and an own goal.
Cat Carpet Craft are now three points clear at the Division One summit after a 5-1 thrashing of struggling LPSC Strawberry, led by hat-trick hero Trevor Roberts.
Other home scorers were Mark Ford and Kevin Jackson, while Alun Fellows scored for the visitors.
Kingkabs leapfrogged The Bull into second place with a 3-0 win, courtesy of James Jones (2) and Denis Thompson.
MSC Eastham Rake are now just a point behind The Bull in fourth spot after a 3-2 success at St Saviour's Reserves. Danny Christian bagged a brace and Noel Carter netted, while Gary and Danny Duffy struck for the home side.
The Phoenix were in celebratory mood on Sunday morning as they edged out a 4-3 win at Berwick Rovers.
The victory, inspired by an Ian Martin double, a Jamie Hartley strike and an own goal, puts them in fifth spot, one point behind MSC Eastham Rake, while the hosts registered through Gary Owen, Martin Phillips and Andy Proctor.
The Sutton Way had their shooting boots on at home to CCU as they chalked up a 7-1 victory, with goals from Scott Rowley (2), Garmon Foulkes, Mark Knox, Alistair Reid (penalty), Tony Bed-ward and Mark Livens, while Mark Cunningham struck the visitors' reply.
It was all change at the top of Division Two as Princes Rovers moved to first position with a 3-2 win at RJS Sir Robert.
Dave Ellis and Marc Evans netted for the hosts but a Graham Davies brace and a Steve Devoy strike gave the visitors both points.
Ellesmere have relinquished their place at the summit and are now second, a point below the leaders, after being edged out 5-4 at home to Parkside Rovers.
Mickey Smith and Dave Woodward both bagged braces for the hosts but efforts from Kevin Smith (penalty), Mike Rogers, Lee Hearn, Dave Ferguson and John Griffiths ensured the visitors came out on top.
Third place SCFC join Ellesmere on 15 points after overcoming Holiday Inn 3-0 thanks to John Gibbs's double and a Mike Williams effort.
The Phoenix Reserves moved off the bottom of the table in style as they joined Brown Horse on four points by hammering them 10-2.
Phil Clowes led the way with a four-goal salvo while Roger Mason and Chris Hawker both bagged braces and Danny Morris and John Oaks completed the scoring for the hosts, with Rob Farrell and Ben Lloyd netting for the visitors.