The top 8 sides all won on a full day of fixtures in the Premier Division.
Chatham Town and Sheppey United remain best placed for promotion with both teams winning 2-0 at home.
Chatham beat Hollands & Blair with Jack Evans and Chris Lawal scoring first half goals while Warren Mfula hit a double for Sheppey against Tunbridge Wells.
Glebe won for the 6th league game in a row as they overcame Rusthall 3-1 at Jockey Farm.
Lanre Azeez netted twice early for the visitors, Charlie Clover reduced the deficit in the second half and Sol Baugh sealed the points for Glebe with a well taken free-kick in the final minute.
Fourth placed Deal Town beat Tower Hamlets 3-1.
Connor Coyne, Sam Wilson and Macauley Murray were all on target as Deal dished out a 7th consecutive defeat for struggling Hamlets.
Erith & Belvedere came out best in a 7-goal thriller with Lordswood at Martyn Grove.
Danny Lear got the first Deres goal, Stefan Cox added 2 more and Lee Lewis hit their 4th – and they needed them as Dominic Wynter-Stephens, Nathaniel Murray and Joshua Reid scored for an unfortunate Lordswood side that remain at the bottom of the table.
Erith Town were the clearest winners of the day after they saw off Canterbury City 4-0.
Steadman Callender, Michael Power, Harry Gamble and Andres Tobon all scored for te Dockers, who now sit 6th.
In 7th are Kennington, who were 2-1 winners away at K Sports.
Sami Meziane put the Ton ahead in the opening stages, Oliver Lankshear levelled just before the break but Meziane bagged the winner near the end to give Kennington their 3rd win in a row.
Bearsted are up to 8th place after they came from behind to beat Punjab United.
Following Will Johnson-Cole’s opener Sam Stace scored twice for the Bears and Jordon Ababio added a third. Johnson-Cole brought it back to 3-2 before Simon Hammond confirmed a 4-2 win.
Fisher were the only side out of the top 8 to win as they edged out Welling Town by a solitary goal.
Isaac Thompson’s in-swinging corner was adjudged to have crossed the goal-line giving Fisher an early lead, which they held on to through to the end.
The only drawn game was between Crowborough Athletic and Holmesdale.
Max Ash’s 70th minute strike was his first goal in senior football but it was quickly responded to by Joe Tyrie for the Crows.