Claudelands Rovers 5-0 Fencibles Utd AFC (half: 4-0)
The league leaders scored in the first minute and didn't look back as they cruised to victory over Fencibles at Galloway Park.
Football Fern Sarah McLaughlin got things rolling inside the opening 60 seconds and a first half double to Helen Collins - which took her league-best season tally to 20 - and a Rachel Porteous strike had Claudelands out of sight before the break.
Tessa Leong struck the only goal of the second half as Claudelands moved six points clear of idle Glenfield Rovers in second spot.
Collins and Issey Coombes were impressive for the home team while Tayla Hetherington and goalkeeper Rebecca Rolls were Fencibles' best on show.
Papamoa FC 1-12 Lynn-Avon Utd AFC (half: 1-8)
Lynn-Avon remained third equal with a resounding victory over Papamoa at the Gordon Spratt Reserve on Sunday.
New Zealand U-17 international Megan Lee was in a destructive mood, hitting five of her side's 12 goals while Young Ferns team mates CJ Bott (2) and Daisy Cleverley were also on target. Goals from Milly Hawkins, Ellie Jeurissen, Kate Seatter and Chloe Wilson completed the emphatic win.
Papamoa FC's Chelsea Elliott managed the sole response for the home side just before the halftime break.
Lee and Bott led the way for the Lynn-Avon side while Elliott and goalkeeper Megan Anderson worked hard for Papamoa.
Pukekohe AFC 6-0 Western Springs AFC (half: 1-0)
Five second half goals to the home side put the result beyond doubt at Bledisloe Park on Sunday.
New Zealand U-17 international Courteney van Lieshout had given her side the lead with delightful free-kick and the south Aucklanders kicked clear in the second spell courtesy of an eight-minute hat trick to Lisa Wooles and further goals to Laura Johnstone and Gemma Gouwland.
Wooles and Gouwland were seen as Pukekohe's best on the day while Lily Rose Dyer and goalkeeper Rivalina Fuimaono did what they could for the visitors.
The result leaves Pukekohe in equal third spot on nine points from five outings while Springs sit second from bottom with just their win over Papamoa to show for their season's work so far.
Eastern Suburbs AFC 4-1 Three Kings Utd (half: 3-0)
Richard Wilson's Eastern Suburbs side completed a three-way tie for third with their home victory over Three Kings at Madills Farm on Sunday.
Goals inside the opening 11 minutes to Renee Leota and Sara Lovitz started things well for Suburbs and Jolene Muir increased the margin to 3-0 six minutes before halftime. Substitute Lisa Kemp provided their fourth goal late in the second half.
New Zealand U-17 international Emily Jensen was forced off through injury early in the second half in her first match for Three Kings and replacement Stephanie Trowill struck the only goal for the visitors in the dying stages.
Former Fooball Fern Marlies Oostdam and Jolene Muir were in the thick of things for Suburbs while Rebecca Burrows and Jessie Mathews paced the Three Kings effort.
Bye: Glenfield Rovers
Photos by Shane Wenzlick/Anthony Au-Yeung