A KARL Seliaerts double helped leaders Berriew to a convincing 3-0 victory over fifth placed Radnor Valley.
Former Newtown and Llanidloes man Seliaerts led the way and was supported with another goal from Richard Davies.
Abermule and Presteigne couldn’t be separated in their mid table clash as Stuart Emberton’s goal was cancelled out by Kieran Lusher.
Builth Wells did their run up the table no harm with a fine 3-1 victory over basement boys Penybont.
Brad Robinson and Joe Metcalf saw the Brecknockshire side 2-0 up at the break, before Jamie McIlroy netted in the second period.
A deflected goal from Shane Pritchard was too little too late for the the bottom club, who stay four points adrift of Dyffryn Banw.
Kerry remain a point behind leaders Berriew following a 2-0 win away to lowly Bont, as Kyrren Chainey and Luke Vickers handed them the spoils.
Dyffryn Banw picked up a vital point at home to mid table Borth United in their battle to avoid the drop.
Alwyn Jones found the net for Banw, with Phil Rainbow replying for the visitors.
Newbridge-on-Wye leap-frogged Four Crosses in the table with a fine victory at Foxon Manor.
Ollie Woods, the bright Newtown U19 forward headed the visitors in front in the first period, before a fine individual goal from Aeron Powell saw him run through four Four Crosses players before slotting home.
James Vaughan and Alun Williams both scored as Bettws sent Churchstoke home empty handed, after a 2-1 victory. Aidan Oakley got the visitors’ consolation goal.