Hendon United Sports are top of the Premier Division after a 4-0 win against Brady Maccabi.
Hendon edged back ahead of Oakwood A by two points with the win.
Rocky Spitzer, Zac Lewis, Ari Last and Dovi Fehler scored for the visitors in a clinical display.
Player-manager Greg Corin said: “It was another dominant display from our team and we’re delighted to have a third win in four games against a good Brady side.
“Our attitude was to be really focused from the first minute and we didn’t relent, pressing and keeping up the pressure all game.
“I’m really pleased with how we performed. It’s easy to slip up and be complacent when you have a fixture situation where you play the same team a few times in quick succession.
“We now head in to a big league fixture against Redbridge off the back of a couple of really good team performances.
“Hopefully we can take that level of confidence through to our next game and make a good account of ourselves against a team who will no doubt be a real challenge for us.”
In Cup competitions, Premier outfit Maccabi London Lions Blue came from behind to knock out Sedgley Park in the Peter Morrison Trophy.
Michael Kenley scored a last minute winner to book a quarterfinal place for Samuel Marchant’s cup battlers in a five-goal thriller at Rowley Lane.
Jordan Aspis scored a first half goal for Lions who found themselves 2-1 behind at half time.
Ben Winters equalised 10 minutes from time with a superb strike.
Picking the ball up from a short corner on the left hand side of the box, Winters beat an opponent before firing home.
A feisty affair saw Manchester-based Sedgley finish the match with eight players
“This was a strange game to say the least,” said Lions boss Samuel Marchant.
“We expected a tough physical battle from the Manchester side and they definitely showed that.
“We weren’t at our best at all today but at the end of the day we’ve won the game. We are in the quarters of the Cup and have an away day in Manchester, so can’t really complain.
“We found it difficult to break down the 10 men of Sedgley after an early red card but dug deep and kept our composure.
“Going 2-1 down after half time was difficult to take but we reacted well and took more control of the game.
“Two further red cards followed for Sedgley, both for bad challenges, so the game of course was there for us. We had to work hard and grind it out.
“It was a struggle at times for us but we did what had to be done and that is all that matters.”
Back to league action and Maccabi London Lions White thumped Camden Park 5-1
The Lions edged ahead of Brady into third place after routing bottom club Camden who are now 10 points adrift at the foot of the table.
Sam Hammerton, Ollie Craig, Kiki Levin, Connor Perl and an own goal sealed the points.
North London Raiders A pulled out of their clash with Redbridge Jewish Care A.
Division One leaders Faithfold A strengthened their grip on the title without kicking a ball with Redbridge Jewish Care B pulling out of the fixture.
Nearest rivals North London Raiders B lost 3-2 at Los Blancos.
Raiders travel to Faithfold on Sunday for a match which takes added significance.
Two Oli Sade goals including a solo effort from the halfway line and a Jamie Kutner goal settled a hard-fought match.
David Dinkin scored from close-range and Anthony Goodmaker nodded home a Mark Leader free-kick for Raiders.
“We were our own worst enemies today,” said disappointed Raiders manager Doron Salomon. “We gifted Los Blancos all three of their goals and put unnecessary pressure on ourselves but it would be remiss not to acknowledge the goals still had to be finished and they were very well taken.”
He added: “There are only so many times we can rely on a second half performance to fix our first half errors and today no matter what we tried we couldn’t make anything click.
“It was a bad result and a bad performance. After a good run it halts our momentum but we’ll be ready for a huge game next weekend against Faithfold.”
Oakwood B moved to within three points of Faithfold with a routine 4-0 win against bottom side Temple Fortune A.
A Sam Modlin brace, a Tom Prais strike and own goal earned the win.
Oakwood manager Jason Stein commented: “A thoroughly professional job from the team today. It was a must win game for us. We couldn’t afford to drop points.
“We moved the ball around really nicely. As always with us we left some goals out there but the ones we did score were all nicely taken.
“We don’t have a game for a few weeks, so we’ll keep fit and prepare for the remaining three games when we do get them.”
Scrabble relegation battle with Redbridge Jewish Care C was postponed due to an unplayable pitch.
Fairlop FC moved ahead of Catford & Bromley Maccabi into fourth place in Division Two.
Daniel Garfinkle and James Jaconelli hit the target in a 2-0 victory.
“I’m sure Jeff will agree when I say the score line flattered Catford,” Fairlop boss Aaron Dias said.
“We knew it was going to be a tough game after the draw earlier in the season and the last minute change of pitch to a muddy bobbly pitch was never going to help.
“We started fast, went a goal up in 10 minutes then came again in the second half. After wasting a number of chances we got the second, which killed off a late surge for Catford.
“Overall, I’m really happy with our performance, today showed how far the team has matured since our incorporation. At no stage did the boys panic.”
Dias added: “Daniel Rosen played 30 minutes in the second half, was superb and deserved a goal. He changed our angle of attack to good effect.
“Matt Berkeley in midfield was magnificent throughout and left back Ryan Cole defensively was solid as you get, nothing got past him.”
Real Hendon moved up the Division Two table following a 3-0 win against Straw Hat Pirates.
Jordan Alex, Lolu Hibbert and Gav Noe struck the Hendon goals.
“We had strong performances all over,” said Hendon boss Rafi Addlestone.
“Joe Metliss controlled the game from the middle of the park and Raffy Zysblat made three outstanding saves at crucial times to keep a clean sheet.
“Defensive rock Yossi Goldberg and midfield maestro Motty Korman rolled back the years to teach the young opposition a lesson.
“Left back Gali Kolt had a typically solid and committed defensive performance. He also had an amazing assist for the crucial second goal with a 60-yard throw in.”
Mill Hill Dons match was postponed due to an unplayable pitch against North London Raiders C.
Faithfold B enjoyed a 2-1 win at Temple Fortune B in the bottom of the table clash.