Perkins powers Faithfold back to the summit
Faithfold A moved two points clear at the top of the Premier Division after beating Redbridge A 4-2 with goals from Dan Perkins (2), Rocky Spitzer and Paul Savitz.
North London Raiders A moved a step closer to top flight football next season when they beat Brady Maccabi 2-1 in Division One. Goals from Matt Sheldon and Joe Tankel took them eight points clear at the top. Lee Platt had levelled from the penalty spot.
Montana A climbed into the top three with a 3-1 victory over Redbridge B. Simon Wax (2) and Trevor Henen did the damage against an RJC team who finished with 10 men after Jamie Cooper was sent off for stamping.
Oakwood kept alive promotion hopes with a double-header win over Brixton. Ben Myers (3), Dan Geey and Dan Ash wrapped up a 5-0 win in the opener. Matt Geey and Ash were on the mark in part two.
FC Team A are top of Division Three. They were forced to share the spoils in a double-header against Southgate Harmen B. Richard Salmon (2), Lorian Madanes and Gideon Moss steered them to a 4-3 win in the first game. Ian Bean (2) and Mark Engel struck for Harmen. The Southgate team exacted revenge in the second contest where a double from Richard Starr and one from Alex Hershman saw them home 3-2. Salmon and Madanes were the goal men for Team.
Jon Green maintained London Maccabi Lions C's promotion push in the win over Faithfold B.
A Yoni Raeburn double helped Montana B go joint-top of Division Three after thumping FC Heath 5-1. Mark Wayne, Mark Simons and Anthony Goodmaker completed the rout.
Faithfold C kept alive their hopes of avoiding relegation with a pair of victories over Catford & Bromley Maccabi, who were themselves consigned to the drop. Adam Barton scored the only goal in the opener. Simon Beresford (2) and Ben Simons were on the mark in part two. Jonny Lee replied.
UJS Norstar B remain top of Division Four on goal difference despite being held by promotion rivals UJIA. Adam Seres netted for Norstar.
Jamie Crawford kept Glenthorne United joint top. But his goal was not enough to see off local rivals Redbridge C for whom Craig Sandford claimed his 15th goal in 15 games.