BASEMENT side Helion gained a shock 5-0 win over FC Varsity in Division I.
The result allowed Woodfield Park to leapfrog Varsity into sole second place.
Manager of Helion, Rob Kaye, was delighted with his side’s performance, with goals coming from Mick Hall (3), Gareth Garside and Simeon Fletcher.
A month ago, Kaye set his side the target of not finishing bottom and they have since taken nine points from three games.
The game was very close for almost an hour but Varsity looked more likely to take the lead with long spells of pressure resulting in numerous chances for Louis Langfield and Chris Redmile.
A long-range effort from Mick Hall in the second half, however, gave the home side an unlikely advantage, taking a deflection off Garside.
The goal rattled the visitors and, within minutes, they were two down when Hall lobbed the keeper from just inside the box.
Fletcher made it three with some quick skills and a strong finish, while Garside turned provider for the fourth when his quick thinking allowed Hall to tap in his second.
Hall went on to complete his hat trick with a mazy run down the left and a superb finish across the keeper.
Leaders Sporting Club Shepley were held 3-3 by Woodfield Park at Skelmanthorpe.
Park recovered from a Danny Simpson goal after 10 seconds to lead 2-1 through a brace from new boy and man-of-the-match Shane Kelly.
Park were looking the livelier, with Shepley below par, however Shepley equalised with a controversial goal, the referee ruling from distance that a shot had crossed the line.
A low drive from Danny Vilia restored Park’s lead, only for Gary Bradley to level with 10 minutes left, after Shepley had been reduced to 10 men.
Park hit the bar twice (Karl Ross and a Shepley defender) with Shepley's Danny Sykes also striking a post.
Danny Ingham and Danny Simpson performed well for Shepley.
Waterloo BC gained a creditable 3-3 draw with Britannia Sports.
In fact Waterloo were 3-0 up through Paul Pike (2) and Kadene Fogarthy, but Britannia levelled after the break.
Steve Campbell missed good chances for Waterloo at the end and Paul Pike and Michael Fill deserve special mention.
Pak Rangers defeated struggling Foresters 7-0.
Lance Hanson (2), Rizwan Safdar, Aamer Hussain, Kunle Odotola and Abdula Aka (2) were on target for Rangers.
In Division II, Field Head moved up to second after a 5-1 success against Woolpack.
Field Head scorers were Dan Wright, Richard Taylor, Luke Gilman, Dave Smith and an own goal.
Head were able to replace Huddersfield Irish in the divisional placings, due to Irish surprisingly losing 3-2 to next-to-bottom Walpole.
Fancied Barge Albion moved menacingly up a place to third after an easy 7-2 win over Meltham.
Pugh, Addy (2), Salm (2) and two own goals accounted for Barge’s tally.