FC GAWTHORPE claimed top spot in the Premier Division with a 4-0 win at Snydale Athletic.
Fieldhead Hospital share the lead given they, too, picked up a second victory beating Seacroft AFC 3-2.
Crofton Sports won by the same scoreline at Walton FC while Ollie Maude’s goal was not enough for Beechwood Gate who fell 3-1 at victorious Prince of Wales.
Bramley Athletic won 4-1 at Old Bank WMC who are rooted to the foot of the table.
Jack Phethean’s hat-trick was the highlight for Dewsbury Rangers Old Boys as they prospered 5-1 against Pontefract Sports & Social in Division One.
Bill Phethean and Jason Pugh also netted for the new leaders.
AFC Kettlethorpe and Altofts AFC played out a 2-2 draw, AFC Ossett ran out 4-2 victors versus Featherstone Colliery while Eastmoor FC emerged on top in a 5-3 victory against Seacroft AFC Reserves.
In the big derby, Ossett Dynamoes won 3-1 versus bottom-placed Ossett Two Brewers.
Sam Illingworth and Josh Maw both scored hat-tricks as New Wheel FC thrashed Altofts AFC Reserves 12-1 in Division Two.
They smashed in a dozen goals with Harry Sewerby (2), Ryan Bedford, Benjamin Baines, Ryan Downes and Nathan Jones inflicting the rest of the carnage.
Drighlington Juniors went one better, though, to go top after a 13-0 rout of Normanton Woodhouse Hill.
Elsewhere, Nostell Miners Welfare eased to a 6-1 success at Red Lion Alverthorpe whose only goal came via Nick Pearce’s effort.
Matthew Watkins and Ashley downing were on target for Stanley United in their first game of the season as they drew 2-2 with visiting Thornhill FC.
In Division Three, White Rose FC are the early pacesetters with a 100 per cent record following an emphatic 4-0 win over Wheatsheaf FC, their second win from as many games.
Dewsbury Rangers Old Boys Reserves scored through Will Fowles but had no other response as they slipped to a 5-1 loss at Crofton Sports Reserves.
Henry Boons FC and Swan Wakefield FC shared the spoils in a well-contested 3-3 draw while Ryhill FC were convincing 5-1 victors over struggling Snydale Athletic Reserves.
Overthorpe SC nudged a 1-0 victory at Waterloo FC while White Rose FC prospered 4-0 against Wheatsheaf FC.