Stanground Sports scorched to the top of Under 14 Division Two in the Junior Alliance League with a double-figure thrashing of city rivals Netherton.
They took the honours 10-1 at Stanground College with Matthew Robson firing a hat-trick and Stewart Barrand bagging a brace.
Also on the scoresheet for the new leaders were Andre Ponte, Louis Newman, Dominik Szuster, and Kevin Mirga with an own goal completing the tally.
Stanground now lead the way by two points from Malborne, who were without a game.
Voyager are third, level on points with Malborne, after a 5-0 win at Werrington and their prolific hitman Callum English was once again among the goals.
He took his total for the season to 37 with a hat-trick and there were also goals for Tyler Nightingale and Brooklyn Gray.
In Under 14 Division One, title favourites Deeping made it nine wins from nine games with a 5-0 success at Spalding and it was once again their deadly duo of Alfie Ferguson (2) and Nathan Pickering (3) doing the damage.
Hampton Under 13s are getting stronger as the season progresses.
The reigning champions beat Deeping Blue 12-0 on a quagmire of a pitch even though they were missing star trio James Hogg, Owen Clark and Sean Spalding.
Their goals this week came from Sam Jordan (3), Cameron Fox (3), Brad Gilbert (2), Sol MacFarlane, Zac Findley (2) and Tayo Akinsanya.
Hampton play fellow Division One title contenders Wasps at the weekend in what should be a titanic battle for top spot with both teams unbeaten so far.
Under 13 Division Two leaders March Rangers beat Deeping Amber 4-2 with Finley Clark claiming a treble.
March Rangers are also going well in Under 12 Division Five but on Sunday were trimmed 7-1 by runaway leaders Spalding, for whom Jacob Drew, Dylan Evans and Ryan Thomas all netted twice.
Spalding now lead second-placed March by four points.
In Under 11 Division Two, Malborne were celebrating a first win of the season and boy, were they celebrating. They went goal-crazy against Woodston, winning 15-1.
Louis Smith led the rout with four goals, Reece Mulkern got three and Jayden Stevens-Steele two. The others were scored by Adem Isenovic, Jay Neame, Joshua Osborne, Michal Pawelek, Kyron Axelby and Shayne Costen.