Chatham Town have hit the top of the table for the first time this season following a 4-0 win at home to Welling Town today.
The Chats got off to a great start thanks to an own goal early on before Dan Bradshaw twice headed home crosses from the right wing and Jack Evans hit a peach of a free kick in to the top corner for the fourth.
With their other main Promotion rivals in FA Vase action this 5th league win in a row sees Chatham go top.
Erith Town are now third.
The Dockers twice had to come from behind to beat Rusthall, but with goals from Malik Nosike, Alfie Eldridge, Michael Power and Steadman Callender, they were 4-2 winners.
Another team to score four were Hollands & Blair, who racked up a comfortable win over K Sports without conceding.
Ricky Freeman claimed a brace with Rob Gillman and Dean James getting the others for the now 13th placed Blair.
Erith & Belvedere also hit four, in their win over Lordswood at Park View Road.
James Dyer gave the Deres the lead just before the break and Luke Rooney converted a penalty before Caleb Afoke got the visitors only goal of the game.
A late finish from Henry Dasofunjo and a Danny Lear spot-kick confirmed the points late on and now Erith & Belvedere find themselves 5th and closing in on the teams above.
There was only one goal at Homelands, and Tom Penfold, scored it, to give Kennington a narrow victory over visiting Punjab United.
The only draw of the day in this Division came at The Mayplace Ground as Tower Hamlets and Canterbury City drew 1-1, keeping Hamlets in 20th position and City in 15th.