A GOAL apiece in the second half by Ricardo Holster and Nigel Jeftha saw Glenville maintain their four-point lead at the top of the Nafa Premier League on Saturday.
They beat struggling Ramblers 2-0.
Bloom Callies, who are in second spot and have a game in hand, came back from a goal down to beat Ebenezer 3-1.
A disputed goal in the final 10 minutes robbed Fairview Rovers of a share of the points against traditional rivals Park United.
United took an early lead when Ruwayne Aghoo netted with an easy tap-in.
Juanito van Vuuren had Rovers on level terms with a spectacular goal from 40m out.
With the match heading for a draw, Patrick Reid scored from the corner to give United a 2-1 victory.
In Malabar, Shamrocks have defender Zaiyaan Verrie and goalkeeper Sebastian Frank to thank for their 1-0 win over Hotspurs. With the wind behind them the Spurs were all over the Rocks but Verrie and Frank saw the teams cross over on level terms.
With the conditions reversed in the second half the Rocks took command and Fergil Felix beat the off-side trap to set up an easy tap-in for Russel Duncan.
Blackpool probably blew their slim chances of overhauling the frontrunners when they lost 1-0 to Chatty United.
In a relegation battle Swallows edged out West Lake 3-1.
In their battle for survival, Stardrift picked up an invaluable three points when they beat Wolves 1-0.
Results: Glenville 2 Ramblers 0, Bloom Callies 3 Ebenezer 1, Saints 1 Helenvale 0, Chatty 1 Blackpool 0, Swallows 3 West Lake 2, Shamrocks 1 Hotspurs 0, Stardrift 1 Wolves 0, Park United 2 Rovers 1.