Langold Lakeside 7
The Lakesiders dominated this Division three game, right from the kick-off, going a goal up inside four minutes and not looking back.
It was an Edwards defender who put through his own net for the first goal, and on 19 minutes Chris Lane gave Langold a 2-0 lead.
Constant presure from the Lakesiders saw them 5-0 to the god by half-time.
Edwards hit the bar, then pulled a goal back.
But Langold, who brought on Collins as a replacement, regrouped with two further goals.
Man of the Match was Stodge.
Kilton Rovers 2
Both teams were raring to go from kick-off, and Kilton Rovers put pressure on Emeralds.
This paid off on the half hour mark when they went a goal ahead.
Both teams battled hard for possession after the break, and there was some good football on display.
Emeralds played a ball over Kilton Rovers’ defence and their striker latched on to level the game.
Rovers brought on striker Karol Szczyglowski, and he ended up scoring the winner, with help from Josh Bratton.
Emeralds fought back by putting pressure on Kilton Rovers all the way to the end of the game, but the full-time whistle heralded a Rovers victory.
Greendale Oak FC 2
Langold OB 1
Greendale ensured they stayed in the title hunt thanks to Lewis Grayson’s late stunner.
The first half was a drab affair with neither side creating any clear cut chances, until right on the stroke of half-time a free-kick wasn’t cleared, allowing Matt Pywell to give the Dale an undeserved lead.
The second half followed a similar pattern to the first until a mis-cued clearance fell kindly to Baker who was able to smash home a deserved equaliser.
This gave Langold an extra impetus and moments later Gaz Pywell pulled off a magnificent one-handed save to keep the scores level.
An inspired triple substitution gave the Dale a new lease of life, although their opponents held firm in defence and seemed capable of securing a share of the spoils.
But with just stoppage time remaining, Grayson took down a clearance on his chest and volleyed in a superb winner to keep his side top of the table.