Guernsey FC kept their 10-point advantage at the of the Combined Counties League Division One after thrashing Knaphill 8-0.
Striker Ross Allen took his tally to 42 goals this season after scoring his seventh hat-trick of the campaign.
Dominic Heaume opened the scoring after eight minutes before two Allen strikes and one from Ryan-Zico Black gave the Green Lions a 4-0 half time lead.
Allen made it 5-0 before Dave Rihoy, Heaume and Jason Winch rounded it off.
The win was Guernsey's biggest victory away from home this season, with only their 9-0 win at Foote Lane against Sheerwater in September beating it.
"They weren't the strongest team we will play, but to be fair we didn't allow them to be and I thought it was a great performance," boss Tony Vance told BBC Guernsey.
"Ross Allen got what seemed like his customary hat-trick, but people worked hard, I thought Angus Mackay worked very hard in central midfield.
"We were totally in control and it was great performance," Vance added.