Deeping Rangers hit ON Chenecks for six, Blackstones and Bourne Town both score four goals in wins over Irchester United and Raunds Town
Deeping Rangers, Blackstones and Bourne Town all produced goal-den performances to claim United Counties League victories on Saturday.
Rangers romped to a 6-0 home success over ON Chenecks in the Premier Division clash at the Haydon Whitham Stadium.
Blackstones leapfrogged visiting Irchester United into third place in the Division One standings after a 4-2 victory at the ALH Recruitment Stadium while Bourne made it back-to-back wins under new boss Simon Daws after a 4-3 home win against Raunds.
Deeping have now scored 19 goals in their last three league games and hitting the net three times in each half on Saturday.
Top scorer Jordan Macleod gave them a 26th minute lead before hitting his and Rangers' second just before half-time.
Macleod then turned provider for Michael Simpson to make it 3-0 in first half injury time.
Simpson headed home his second goal and the Clarets fourth from a Jack Gurney cross on the hour mark before Macleod completed his hat-trick.
New signing Luis Vieira then completed the rout which leaves Rangers well-placed in fourth spot ahead of next weekend's home clash with unbeaten table-toppers Shepshed who have yet to concede a goal in nine league games.
Joint Blackstones player-boss Lee Clarke continued his rich vein of form with a double strike to help side to victory over Irchester.
Clarke got Stones back on level terms eight minutes after the Romans had taken a 12th minute lead.
Ben Cowles gave them the advantage with a second goal on the stroke of half-time, but Irchester levelled with 19 minutes remaining.
Jones De Sousa put Stones back in front with nine minutes left before Clarke completed the scoring with Stones' fourth goal a couple of minutes later.
New Bourne Town player-coach Julian Joachim made his Wakes bow in their victory over Raunds at the JJ Mac Stadium.
But it was Bourne's defenders who discovered their scoring streak to secure a second successive win for new manager Simon Daws.
Jonny Currall gave the Wakes the lead before Dan Smith struck twice for a 3-1 half-time advantage.
The Shopmates hit back to level after the break before Seb Hood hit a late winner for Bourne who have moved up to third-from-bottom after the win.
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