Thetford took advantage of Whitton's current plight by improving their goal difference with a second 8-0 win of the season at the Ipswich-based outfit. Emmanuel Machaya hit a hat-trick for Matt Morton's side while Wanderers had a 1-0 success at Walsham with Mark Roper on target with the only goal of the afternoon.
The game between Lakenheath and Hadleigh was abandoned on 82 minutes with the nine-man home side leading 2-1. Dean Grogan gave 'Heath the lead and then Luke Young added another from the spot just before the break. However, in the aftermath the hosts had a player sent off. Ethan Mayhew pulled a goal back for Hadleigh with a twice-taken penalty after the original effort was saved by 'Heath keeper Charlie Beckwith who was sent off after receiving a second yellow card for coming off his line. The game was subsequently ended early after an off-pitch melee.
There was another notable incident at Soham where Kirkley and Pakefield keeper Alex Blowers scored the winning goal in injury-time after his free-kick from the half-way line went straight in to give the Royals a 2-1 win.
It was a good day for Lewis Whitehead whose hat-trick brought up his 100th goal for Newmarket as the Jockeys beat visitors Long Melford 5-1.
Brantham also continued their recent good form coming from behind to beat Norwich United 3-2. Jose Santa De La Paz scored twice for the Imps whose other goal came from skipper James Lee.
Eusebio Da Silva Ca rescued a point for Haverhill Rovers with a late goal at home to Mildenhall for whom Kieran Twinn had opened the scoring.
In the other Premier Division game Harleston won 1-0 at Fakenham.