HUGO Travel.co.uk left FC Merebrook with a clean sheet and a 5-0 win to their name.
They are now level on points with Merebrook in the Premier Division having scored 10 goals more than their rivals but also conceded 10 more.
Westminster remain top after limping past relegation battlers SC Ellesmere. A Ryan Nicoll goal was all that separated them to extend Westminster's 100% record.
Third-placed Sea Horse fared better, putting five past bottom club Hope Farm Rangers. Rangers fought their way back into the game, however, as Matt Owen, Danny Hughes and Steve Cato found the back of the net. It finished 5-3.
Princes' Graham Davies sealed the win as they defeated Vauxhall's 2-1. Ben Jones got their first with Robbie Manning replying for the visitors before Davies finished the game off.
In Division One, FC Sportsman's stayed in touch with leaders Milestone at the expense of basement club Greyhound. Mike Thelwell, Barry Lloyd and Carl McLeod made it 3-0 to Sportsman's.
Milestone, however, signalled their league intentions with a 9-0 away drubbing of Hope Farm Rangers Reserves.
Scott O'Brien bagged a hat-trick, John Wood a brace and Mark Ford, Shaun Gregerson, Danny Lloyd and Jonathan Heyward completed an emphatic win.
LPSC snatched a 3-2 victory against Travellers Rest. Phil Evans and Rob Stockton scored for the away side but Mark Williams, John Webb and Rob Smith made sure LPSC got the points.
RBL Little Sutton continue to struggle after losing 3-1 at home to Sutton Villa. Danny Lynch struck for RBL but goals from Ian Kelly, Damien Walters and Gary Handley condemned RBL to their seventh loss in nine.
The Bull could not overcome third-from-bottom Woodlands. The teams played out a 2-2 draw with goals from Tony Bedward and Scott Ellis for Bull and Peter Boyle and Steve Gill for Woodlands.
Kingkabs saw off Westminster Reserves 2-1. Gary Lunt and Chris Dargon were on the scoresheet as was Westminster's Chris Mencil.