Spalding RFC are eight points clear at the top of Midlands Two East (N) after beating nearest rivals Oakham 18-13 on Saturday.
James West scored all of Town’s points in the away clash, as they made it nine wins from as many matches.
Previously second Oakham are now ten points behind Spalding in third, with Belgrave jumping above them into second spot.
It was a day to forget for Deepings in Midlands Three East (S), though. The Green Machine were trounced 83-8 at Northampton Men’s Own and remain rooted to the bottom of the table.
Bourne’s game at Old Newtonians in Midlands Four East (S) was postponed.
More rugby in Tuesday’s Lincolnshire Free Press.
Midlands Two East (N): Kesteven 17 Stamford 31; Loughborough 65 Dronfield 7; Melbourne 21 Belgrave 37; Melton Mowbray 15 Bakewell Mannerians 36; Nottingham Casuals 27 Ashbourne 29; Oakham 13 Spalding 18.
Midlands Three East (S): Northampton Casuals 17 Vipers 39; Northampton Mens Own 83 Deepings 8; Queens 27 Daventry 21; Rugby St Andrews 43 Brackley 3; St Ives 17 Biggleswade 25; Stewarts & Lloyds 32 Stockwood Park 5.
Midlands Four East (S): Kempston 33 Westwood 5; Long Buckby 114 Corby 7; Old Newtonians P Bourne; Oundle 43 Bedford Swifts 0; St Neots HWO Aylestone Athletic; Stamford College Old Boys AWO Thorney.