The pacesetters demolished Park Gate C 7-1 to ease further clear in the title race.
Their hopes of lifting the trophy were boosted by second-placed Grapes drawing 4-4 with Priory A.
The latter had a 180 from Stuart Martin, while Archie Hughes notched a maximum and 16-darter.
Hughes also teamed up with George Martin to record an 18-dart pairs leg.
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Barleycorn A claimed a 4-4 draw with Acorn SC A
Martin Cutler fired in a maximum, while Albert Paddington and Ben Paddington both notched 18-darters for the former.
Graham Munden’s 121 finish could not prevent his Woolston A side from going down 6-2 to division two leaders Hedge End Club.
The latter enjoyed a 177 score from Dan Davis.
Spike Islander trounced Bishop’s Waltham SC B 7-1.
Dave Hayes registered a 16-darter, while Mark Veal delivered a 118 check out in the victory.
Meanwhile, Waltham’s Andy Sealey hit a maximum.
Linden Tree A have hauled themselves level on points with division three table-toppers Black Dog B.
They overcame their title rivals 5-3.
Ron Stevens’ 171 helped Park Gate B share a 4-4 draw with Priory B.
Despite a 106 finish from Maureen Turner, division four leaders Bishopstoke SC could only draw 4-4 with Woolston B.
Dan Harrington’s 105 check-out inspired Dolphin to an 8-1 triumph over Priory C.