MAIN Line Social remained top of the Leeds Combination League Jubilee Premier after a Ryan Sharrocks hat-trick inspired a 5-1 win at home to Original Oak.
Ryan Maquade and Carl Freeham were also on target for Social with a James Pascoe strike proving only a consolation for bottom of the table Oak.
Barwick remain two points adrift in second - but with two games in hand - after obliging 2-1 at Beeston St Anthony’s,
A Graham Stockdale strike failed to save Beeston who sit sixth, albeit with games in hand.
JB Celtic jumped above Beeston into fifth with a 5-3 success at home to second-bottom Waggon Athletic.
A Matty Dalton triple proved the catalyst for Celtic whose Steve Wells and Adam Jesusko also netted.
Two goals from Danny Walker and one from Jimmy Stead led the Waggon fight.
Honours were even at third-placed Horsforth Fairweather who shared a 2-2 draw with Colton.
Ashley Bell and Tommy Wheeler netted for Colton but a Simon Parker strike plus an own goal gave Horsforth a point.
Daisy’s hosting of Pudsey Junior Old Boys was postponed, as was the Jubilee Premier clash between hosts Seacroft AFC and Pudsey Liberal Club.
Chapeltown Fforde Grene’s Sanford Cup quarter-final at Leeds City Rovers also fell by the wayside.
But all four planned fixtures in Division One went ahead with leaders New Parnaby held to a 1-1 draw at third-placed title rivals Seacroft. Peter Benn plundered for Parnaby with Kyle Swithenbank the Seacroft scorer.
With games in hand sixth-placed Garforth Villa could yet have a say and they romped in 5-0 at a Commercial side who drop to seventh.
Danny Waite notched a treble with Adam Gunby and Adam Wood adding a goal each.
Fifth-placed New Pudsey were held to a 3-3 draw at second-bottom Farsley Twenty Tens who were on target through Danny Fisher, Robert Fenton and a Craig Naylor penalty.
A Jamie Nolan brace and Levi Forber strike picked up Pudsey a point.
And bottom side Waterintobeer enjoyed only their second league success of the season as third-bottom visitors Swillington Welfare were seen off 4-0.
Andy Griffiths was a hat-trick hero, backed up by a Baz Arjomandkhah strike.
All four games in Division Two went ahead with leaders South Leeds Independent obliging 3-2 at second-bottom Khalsa United.
A Stephen Nichols double and Chris Nock goal saw them to victory in the face of home efforts from Gus Singh and Nardeep Malli.
Chapel Allerton rose to second with a 3-1 verdict at home to East Leeds AFC who are down to fourth.
Two goals from David Martyn and one from Daniel Whincup outweighed an Easts Ollie Maude strike.
Old Ball jumped into third with a 5-1 win at home to third-bottom Oulton Athletic while Acorn went fifth with a 4-1 triumph at seventh-placed Leodis United.
Ryan Holmes netted for Leodis who were sunk by goals from James Murphy, Darren Fothergill, Sam Jennings and Jake Kelly.
Amaranth Twenty 13 moved second in Division Three with a 5-0 beating of sixth-placed visitors Wortley Brick.
A Jasiah Donaldson brace was supported by goals from Tony Cuthbertson, Danny Blackburn and Josh Milstead.
Fourth-placed AFC Travellers lost ground in a 2-0 lost at Bedford Arms Wakefield who moved to seventh with goals from Adam Higgins and Tom Spink.
Royal Park Leeds moved to eighth with a 4-02 win at basement rivals FC West Leeds (Guiseley), achieved as Matt Biddle and Tim Dent Willoughby notched two goals each.
Dalesman Hotel remain bottom after a 4-0 reverse at home to Millshaw Park Rangers who sit fifth.
Isaac Denny’s double was supported by goals from Sam Strangeway and Martyn Howe.