Division 2 leaders Cloughbawn earned another three points on the road on Sunday as they won 2-0 away to Killenagh.
Páidí Cullen and Pádraig Loughlin got the goals for the table-toppers.
Second-placed St. Cormac's ran out facile 9-0 winners over Stoney Rovers, with Brendan Burke and James Sweeney both netting hat-tricks and Paul 'Roddy' Doyle, Phil Donnelly and Mark Brady adding to their handsome tally.
A Stephen O'Leary goal was enough to earn high-flying New Ross Town the points against Wexford Celtic at Sinnottstown Lane, while Anthony Breen and Pete Murphy got the goals for Taghmon United as they edged out Crossabeg 2-1.
Elsewhere, Kevin Walsh bagged a double and Roy Nunn added a goal as Fastnet Rovers beat St. Joseph's 3-2.
Willie Dobbs (two), Shane Larkin and Mark Murphy hit the back of the net for Shamrock Rovers as they drew 4-4 with local rivals Enniscorthy Town in their Division 3 derby.
Bree United picked up three points by seeing off Forth Celtic 2-0, with Philip Walsh and Noel Roche getting their goals.
Wexford Albion visited leaders Bridge Rovers on Sunday and ran out convincing 4-0 winners, with Jamie Thomas (two), Kyle Mann and Jay Daly getting on the scoresheet.
Oylegate United got back to winning ways in Fethard, with a Jeff Scally goal the difference between the sides, while strikes from Reece Broaders and Jason Ellard saw Rosslare Rangers edge out Shelburne 2-1.
Rosslare Strand and Raheen shared the spoils after a 3-3 draw, with Conor Clancy, Danny O'Reilly and Gary Collins scoring for the former and Dylan Whitty, James Furlong and Paddy Whitty replying.
Corach Ramblers missed the chance to go top of Division 4 when they were beaten 3-2 in Camolin on Sunday.
Daryl Murphy bagged a double for the winners, with Ashley Tully getting their other goal and Mark Hayes and Kevin Sinnott replying.
Mark Doyle and Ian Redmond got the goals for All Blacks as they drew 2-2 in Courtown, with James Fleming and Lorcan Rossiter scoring for the hosts.
Tom Harpur (two), Callum O'Reilly and Kevin Sinnott got the goals for The Ballagh and they overcame Castledockrell 4-3, while Curracloe saw off Ferns United 3-2, with Rob McGuinness, Gary Breslin and Mark O'Connor scoring for the winners.
Carne F.C. picked up their first win as they got the better of Caim United 4-1, with goals from Fintan Mullins (two), Fergie Buckley and Joey Murphy.
Glynn Barntown laid down a real marker for the rest of the season with a commanding display in their Division 4A top of the table clash against Cloughbawn, running out impressive 5-0 winners.
Robert Dempsey opened the scoring for the hosts, powerfully heading home a good ball from full-back Shaun Hore, and Jack Fenlon made it two with a beautiful volley from just inside the box.
In the second-half Rioghan Crosbie made it 3-0 from the penalty spot and Shane Wilde added to the tally when he ran at the Cloughbawn defence and coolly slotted under the goalkeeper.
Crosbie got the fifth with another penalty, this time sending his spot-kick to the opposite corner.
Campile United had their shooting boots on as they ran out convincing 7-1 winners over Ballymurn, with Eoin Mythen and Paddy Roche both bagging doubles and Jamie Myler, Emmet Dunning and Ben Cummins adding a goal apiece.
Boolavogue won by the same scoreline away to Wexford Celtic, with Jamie Heffernan netting a brace, one from a penalty, David Ryan and Jono Donoghue both scoring direct from corner-kicks and James Byrne, Ian Devlin and Shane Grannell also getting in on the act.
Taghmon United earned a 3-0 win away to St. Joseph's, with Stephen O'Gorman (two) and Ger Power getting their goals.
Division 5 leaders Enniscorthy Town had to be content with a point on Sunday when they were held to a scoreless stalemate by bottom side New Ross Town.
Seán Farrell, Mark Flood and Mark Corish got the goals for Rosslare Port as they saw off St. Leonards 3-1, with Matty Flynn replying.
Darragh Kavanagh, Paul Carton, Patrick Carton and Conor Mulholland hit the back of the net for Camolin as they beat Bree United 4-1, while Alan Bradley got on the scoresheet for Adamstown in their 2-1 loss away to Cushinstown.
Elsewhere, Kiltealy were 3-1 ahead away to Ferns when their match was abandoned on 86 minutes.