Hume United has scored a vital win in the race for promotion in FFV state league 2 north-west.
Third-placed United took on fourth-placed Corio with only a point separating them.
United scored twice in the first half before sealing the result in the second half with a third goal for 3-0 victory.
Michael Disasi continued his good form, scoring two goals for a second straight match. Captain Enes Gurkan scored the other goal.
United remains in third position, only one point behind ladder leaders Hoppers Crossing and goal difference behind second-placed Altona City.
Sporting Whittlesea made it two wins in a row with a tight result in a high scoring match against Westvale. Sporting’s 4-3 win moves it into sixth spot.
In state league 3 north-west, it was a good weekend for the northern teams.
Second-placed Whittlesea United had a big 4-0 win against bottom-placed Melbourne City. Nejdet Sahin, Graham Bell, Jordan Borg and Aydin Yaman were the goal scorers.
The Whittlesea win keeps the pressure on Brimbank Stallions, who are two points clear at the top of the ladder.
Epping City had a 1-0 win against Heidelberg Stars.
Upfield caused the upset of the round, with a 2-0 win against third-placed Williamstown. Jonatan Fernandez scored both goals.
La Trobe University, which was due to play on Monday night against Fawkner, could move to third on the ladder.
In state league 4, Lalor United maintained its five-point lead at the top of the ladder by beating Marcellin Old Collegians 4-1.
Robert Najdovski, Kingsley Njoku, Pece Siveski and Tony Sterjovski were the goal scorers.
Second-placed Boroondara-Carey Eagles had a 2-1 win against RMIT.
The best scoring team in the competition, Mill Park, had 3-1 win against Brunswick Zebras.
Stephane Leblond scored twice in the win, with the third score coming from an own goal.
Mill Park, which sits third, has scored 17 more goals than any other team.
Greenvale United lost to Watsonia Heights.
In state league 5 north, Craigieburn City was again on the attack with another high scoring-win. City led 5-2 at the break before Jordan Connerton scored his fourth goal after half-time to help City win 6-3. Connerton, who has played professionally in England, has scored 19 goals from six games.
City, which has only lost one game, is five points clear on top of the ladder.
City is scoring an average of more than six goals a game and has scored 19 more than any other team in state league 5 north.
Plenty Valley and Campbellfield Lions also enjoyed big wins.