With the top four already decided, Ormesby and London Academy kept their distance from the pack with victories over EBATT and Irish Boys respectively.
Ormesby will end the day with a rematch with EBATT, who they narrowly defeated 4-2.
Burton Uxbridge became outright leaders of Girls' Premier Division after Ellenborough could only draw with Irish Girls. A win apiece for the Irish Girls, including a stunning win for Katie McGlone over Emily Bolton, handed them a point.
Meanwhile, Burton charged to a 5-1 win over Ulster, with Eva Wang and Charlotte Bardsley winning two each.
Northfield require just one further victory to wrap up Boys' Division 1 after their 5-1 win over Sussex Alliance Boys. With Greenhouse only drawing 3-3 London Academy 2, they have a five point lead with just three games remaining.
Chloe O'Halloran salvaged her side a victory as she continued her superb season with two wins in Munster's 4-2 win over Sussex Alliance. The win keeps them top of Girls' Division 1, a point ahead of Bournemouth Sports, who defeated Draycott 2 5-1.
St. Mary's TTC were impressive as they retained their place at the top of Division 2A, defeating Rotherham 6-0, whilst Fusion move ever closer to winning Division 2B after overcoming Lillington 5-1.
As for Girls' Division 2, Fusion TTC remain unbeaten and top of the league after their 5-1 victory over Draycott 3.
Ulster edged ahead once more in Division 3A after their 6-0 win over Bankfield, with rivals Rasen Racers managing just a 5-1 win against Sussex Blades, whilst Halton battled to a 4-2 win over Woodfield to ensure their place at the top of Division 3B.
Urban could secure the Division 3 Girls' title with victory against Cippenham in the next round. Their 4-2 victory over Northfield puts them three points clear at the top of the table ahead of Cippenham, who beat Cardiff 5-1.
Ormesby 2 and Cardiff's Sunday match fixture looks more and more likely to be a title decider after they both won again in Division 4A, defeating Guernsey and Greenhouse 3 respectively, whilst in Division 4B Wales made up for their morning defeat by defeating Ellenborough B 6-0, but they still trail JOOLA Plymouth by three points after they defeated Horsham Spinners 4-2.