Neasden maintain winning habit
Pretty in pink: Division One table-toppers South Manx A put four past Hendon United B at Hillingdon Borough
Two goals apiece from Lee Cash and Lee Bibring helped North West Neasden A storm 13 points clear in the Premier Division as Redbridge Jewish Care became their ninth
victims of the league campaign. RJC's consolation came through a Daniel Howard penalty.
Fabio Revieccio was the match winner as Glenthorne United A surprised Bafana Bafana.
South Manx A surged five points clear in Division One after beating Hendon United B 4-1, thanks to doubles from Alon Hershkorn and Elliot Stern.
A Steve Weston brace earned Brady Maccabi a 2-1 win over Chigwell Athletic B. Adam Shafron replied.
Simon Isaacs (2) and Josh Green helped Faithfold B beat North London Raiders B 3-2. Matt Sheldon and an own goal accounted for the Raiders goals.
Division Two leaders London Maccabi Lions C came from behind to beat Temple Fortune. Rob Benson put Fortune ahead but goals in the last 10 minutes from Scott Levy and Gavin Stollar kept the Lions four point clear.
Steve Bloom (3) and Mike Hershman struck as North West Neasden C thumped FC Heath 4-1. Ollie Joseph claimed a consolation.
Nicky Woolf (3), Dan Miller and Steve Silver scored as North London Raiders B returned to winning ways with a 5-0 success over Holy Mount Zion.
Gideon Gold (2), Jason Lindsay, Dan Oade and Ilan Shaki were on the mark as Red Sea maintained good form with a 5-0 demolition of Faithfold C.
Simon Gold (2) and Simon White earned Southgate Harmen B their third win with a 3-1 success over Rapid Banta.
Catford & Bromley Maccabi stunned Division Three leaders FC Team A 4-1 thanks to double strikes from David Powell and Joel Isaacs.
Richard Fogelman fired a hat-trick as South Manx B bypassed Dynamo Hendon 5-3. Adam Rose, Marcus Freedman and Mark Fenton replied.
Ben Russell scored the only goal as Hendon United C beat Zig Zag.
Two goals from Jonny Gibbons steered Pure Orange Function Band to a 5-3 win over high-flying L'Equipe. Dan Parnel, Louis Taylor and Dorron Sharafia completed the Tangerines' first win of the season. Josh Lewis, David Prager and Daniel Scott replied.
FC Team B's David Wexler and Mitch Young scored in the 2-0 win over Montana Boca United B.
Division Four table-toppers East London Knights were beaten 2-1 by Hendon United D. Motty Korman and Gideon Lipman struck for Hendon. Knights player-manager James Ryan replied.
Mitch Hahn (2) and Adam Poole were on the money as Woodford Wanderers recorded their seventh straight victory with a 3-1 success over Glenthorne United B.
Eli Houri (2) and Robert Pearl maintained UJS Norstar's title charge with a 3-1 in over Pinner JFC. Jon Kay replied.
FC Marylebone went fourth as strikes from Yaniv Ohana and player-manager Jon Davody saw them past Hendon Hawks. Danny Conn replied.
A Gil Jennings double earned UJIA a point against Real Life. Lewis Cohen and Dan Markeson had put Life two goals up.