A thumping 6-0 home win over nearest rivals Silsden kept Brighouse Town’s development team top of the Galaxy Lancashire League East Division.
And next up is a trip to third-placed AFC Emley on Thursday.
Brighouse have been in top form on their own St Giles Road patch, and this was a third win in as many outings there.
They welcomed back Dave Melling, Will Tolley and Brad Waddington from injury and had Iassac Baldwin available after a spell with the first team.
Brighouse were a little guilty of rushing early on, and back four Tim Wallace, Brad Waddington, Tom Brown and Elliot Scott were kept busy early on.
Billington had a penalty claim rejected before Kurt Harris, a constant driving force in midfield, broke clear only to have his shot smothered.
The breakthrough came on 20 minutes, when Tolley played in Billington, who finished well.
There was a double setback on 35 minutes, when Tolley and Waddington both had to be replaced (by Callum Murgatroyd and Jack Cooper).
But the lead was soon doubled when a great passage involving Melling, George Oakley and Baldwin created a clear opening for Harris, who finished confidently.
Brighouse took complete control in the second half.
A throw-out from keeper Matty Hirst released Scott, who interchanged passes with Melling and Oakley before releasing Baldwin for a coolly-taken chipped goal.
The fourth followed when Billington latched onto a cross from Murgatroyd to finish easily.
A flowing move involving eight players and including an audacious back heel by Billington allowed Harris to race clear, round the keeper and score his second.
The Tim Wallace completed the win with a powerful shot.
Two last-gasp goals earned another Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division North point for Brighouse’s first team.
Ryan Hall (penalty) and Tyrone Gay got the goals in the 2-2 draw at Kendal Town.