Sunday League Division One champions Newlands hammered 10 unanswered goals as they cruised past Roscoes Bar.
Jack Hakings led the charge for Newlands as he smashed in a hat-trick, while Rich Tolliday and Stew Bates both grabbed doubles as Roscoes were put to the sword.
Newlands' other goals came from Ben Luntley, Nathan Barber and a Kile Fields strike.
Kurt Henderson was the star man for the victors, while veteran full-back Hugh Brown also impressed.
Trafalgar also enjoyed a comfortable morning as they beat Fylingdales 9-0.
A first-half hat-trick from Danny Glendinning and two from Sean Exley handed Traf a 5-0 lead at the break.
Sam Garnett's first for the club made it 6-0 after half-time before Glendinning's fourth handed Traf a 7-0 lead.
Sub Liam Mancrief grabbed Traf's eighth before Liam Vasey wrapped up the scoring for Col Jenkinson's side.
Curt Rose shone at centre-back for Traf, while boss Jenkinson also sang the praises of four-goal hero Glendinning.
Their title rivals Angel had to work harder for their win, coming away from their game at West Pier with a 4-2 success.
Pier took an early lead, but Martin Cooper levelled up after good work from Isaac Sands.
Again the hosts took the lead against their lacklustre visitors, but scores were level at the break after Cooper fired in from the edge of the box.
Angel took control after the interval with the strong wind at their back and they soon took the lead when Ben Mason's shot was parried and Neil Thomas followed up to tap in.
The scoring was completed when Cooper wrapped up his hat-trick with the goal of the game, thundering in from the edge of the box.
Cooper and Sands shone for Angel.
Ayton Reserves were in fine form in front of goal in their 15-2 victory against Radio Scarborough in Division Two.
Luke Chambers, who smashed a first-half hat-trick, helped himself to four goals for Steven Frederiksen's side, while Nicko Dunn and Si Coupland both hit hat-tricks.
Chris Hannam and Leroy Donaldson both slotted home penalties, and there were also goals from Nathan Sutherland, Shaun Dolan and an own goal.
Dane Robinson and Rafal Jackow scored for Radio Scarborough, who ended the game with nine men due to injuries.
Liam Scott was the man of the match for Ayton, while Jack Moore made a string of superb saves in the Radio Scarborough goal.
Another side who were convincing winners were Castle Tavern, who hammered Golden Last 11-0.
It was the substitutes who shone for Dan Thomas' side, Paul Mills hitting three within eight minutes of coming on and ending up with five of Tavern's goals.
Another sub who made an impact was Dan Blanchard, who scored two and set one up as Tavern ran riot in the second half, scoring 10 unanswered goals.
Player-boss Thomas hit two goals and also provided three assists, while their other goals came from Finn McCusker and Kyle O'Toole.
Thomas praised his defence of Dave Gaddass, Tom Hickin and Rob McPherson, while super-sub Mills was named man of the match.
Elsewhere, Fylingdales Reserves failed to raise a side for their game at Angel Reserves and there was no referee available to take charge of Newlands Reserves' home clash with Valley.