Hornchurch made it 16 games unbeaten in the Isthmian League Premier Division with success at Kingstonian.

And Billericay Town and Wingate & Finchley were also celebrating wins on the road, but Enfield Town and Haringey Borough were left empty-handed on their travels.

Brentwood Town and Enfield picked up maximum points in Isthmian North, while there were mixed fortunes for Southern League Premier rivals Hendon and Harrow Borough.

Steve Morison's Urchins took the lead when Ollie Muldoon met a Tom Wraight corner and sent a looping header over the head of Ks keeper Rob Tolfrey.

And the hosts were reduced to 10 men on 35 minutes when Andy Somo was shown two yellow cards for dissent in quick succession and given his marching orders.

The leaders doubled their lead just before the hour when Ade Yusuff turned inside his marker and fired home.

And Yusuff sealed the 3-0 win midway through the second half when played through by Femi Akinwande to finish with a fine shot.

Urchins, having announced the departure of experienced striker Sam Higgins after 59 goals in 97 games, remain 11 points clear at the top from Chatham Town, after a 3-1 win over Enfield Town saw them leapfrog their rivals.

Sam Youngs quickly answered the opening goal from Jack Evans, but Jamie Yila restored Chatham's lead from the penalty spot.

And Chris Dickson sealed the points with a third goal for the home side 14 minutes from time.

Billericay won by the same margin at Margate to remain fourth in the table.

Bradley Stevenson fired Blues in front after just eight minutes at Hartsdown Park, with Frankie Merrifield making it 2-0 just before the interval.

And Alfie Cerulli added a third, before Steve Cawley's penalty gave the hosts some consolation.

In-form Wingate & Finchley, meanwhile, moved up to fifth with a 3-2 victory at Carshalton Athletic.

Anointed Chukwu put the Blues ahead just before half-time and Elliot Long doubled the advantage five minutes into the second half.

The Robins hit back midway through the second half, but Long's second goal of the game made it 3-1 and proved decisive as the hosts scored again with 12 minutes left.

North London neighbours Haringey had taken the lead at Lewes thanks to a 13th-minute goal from Georgios Aresti.

But Chris Whelpdale levelled within a minute of the restart at the Dripping Pan and Ola Ogunwamide put Lewes in front midway through the second half.

Whelpdale claimed his second soon after, with a late penalty condemning Tom Loizou's men to a 4-1 defeat.

Brentwood Town remain fourth in Isthmian North after a 2-0 home win over Wroxham.

Shad Ngandu opened the scoring from the spot on 16 minutes, with George Sykes on target just before the break.

And Callum Taylor's 77th-minute effort proved enough for Enfield to claim a 1-0 win at Ipswich Wanderers, while Redbridge saw their clash at Gorleston postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Hendon made it back-to-back wins on the road with a 2-0 success at Winchester City.

Buoyed by their 3-1 triumph at Walton & Hersham, they saw Billy Leonard open the scoring after weathering an early storm.

Sam Adenola pounced after a goalkeeping error to poke home the second on the stroke of half-time, but Joe White was dismissed for a second bookable offence.

The 10 men held on throughout the second half as debutant Loris Marciman made three fine saves, as the Greens moved up to seventh.

Harrow returned empty-handed from Hungerford Town, though, after a 2-1 loss with Pap Jawara's 90th-minute goal little consolation.