Chigwell turned in a five-star performance at the top of Division One, while Lions put seven goals past Hendon in Division Two.
Chigwell moved to within a point of leaders North London Raiders thanks to a 5-2 win against Scrabble. Lloyd Becker and Scott Warren scored two each, with Richard Slater claiming their fifth. Adam Barton and Steven Moss replied for Scrabble.
Lions maintained their title challenge with a thumping 7-0 victory over Hendon. Ory Halperin and Darren Dryer both claimed hat-tricks, with Peter Joffe also on target.
Marshside are a point and place behind Lions after they came back from a goal behind to beat St John’s Wood Tigers 3-1. John Perloff put the Tigers ahead, though Sam Nourazi’s penalty and goals from Fara Moghim and Ed Saleh saw Marshside to the points.
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