PREMIER Division leaders Olympic put in a golden performance as they moved closer to the title and invincibility. They recorded their 10th win out of 10 in the league this season, thrashing Bolton Woods 9-1 away from home.

Oakenshaw look to be the biggest threat to Olympic's crown and they kept up the pressure thanks to an Andrew Atkinson hat-trick at Thornton. James Gorman also bagged a brace as the away side ran out 6-1 winners.

Hapless Ventus United remain marooned at the bottom of the league after they were skittled 8-0 by West Bowling. Karl Fawcett grabbed a hat-trick as the home side ran riot.

There were big wins for the top two in the Championship. Second-placed Crossflatts Village slammed an extraordinary 14 goals past Bolton Woods Socials. James Gill struck four goals while Billy Bailey nabbed a hat-trick for himself.

The Villagers have four games in hand on league leaders Station Hotel, who sit top by 15 points. They maintained the gap as they cruised to a 7-3 home win over Toller F.C. Ben Bateman scored three to add to Chris Bentley's brace.

Beldon Oddies are locked in a tight battle for the Division One title but they showed no signs of feeling the pressure as they dismantled Clayton Village 15-1. Adam Turner terrorised the opposition defence, hitting six for the Oddies.

Tyersal ensured they stayed level on points at the top with the Oddies, with a comfortable 4-0 win over Queensbury. Adam Jarrett, Josh Finnan, Luke Cook and Sam Stott scoring for them.

AFC Mill Lane stuttered a little at bottom side F.C. Dog & Gun but still prevailed 4-2. Liam Charles scoring twice as the away side warmed up for next month's cup final against Tyersal.

Division Two leaders Fairweather Green slipped to a disastrous defeat away to Beldon Oddies Reserves. They were 2-1 up at half-time but slipped to a 3-2 defeat, with Craig Ricketts' double finishing them off.

AFC Titans are now only four points behind, with three games in hand, after they blasted eight past George United. James Royle hit four and Michael Dougan netted a hat-trick as the new title favourites strolled to victory.

Finally, in Division Three, AFC Bingley maintained their lead at the summit by cruising to a 7-2 home victory over AFC Hounds Athletic. They have won 18 games out of 19 this season but still only sit three points above Bradford Celtic.