Kerikeri produced a stellar display of attacking football in the latest round of Northland men's Premier football action.

The competition leaders piled on 13 goals while keeping Bream Bay scoreless in an absolute clinic.

The goals were shared around as eight different players put the ball in the net.

Taine Lonsdale grabbed a hattrick while Timo Obrez and Ben Porter snared a brace each.

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The other scorers were Derek Fagan, Jez Rintoul, Adam Streamer, Zdenek Rosa and Geoffrey Zwaneveld.

They cemented their spot at the top of the ladder heading into the business end of the competition.

Kerikeri hold a six-point lead at the top of the table after 12 matches. They've coupled 11 wins with a draw to head off Central Brown and Onerahi.

Central Brown and Onerahi meanwhile battled it out to claim outright second place on the ladder.

It was Central Brown who ended up taking the spoils and second place with a 4-2 away victory.

Meanwhile, Kamo were pipped 3-2 by FC Whangarei.

Goals to Sam Walker and Calvin Erick weren't enough to help them take the result, leaving them teetering on the edge of falling out of the top four.

FC Whangarei meanwhile are making inroads on Tikipunga and Kamo, who sit five and six points ahead respectively.

Meanwhile, Kaeo-Inter have wrapped up the Second Division with two weeks of action to go.

They sit nine points clear of second-placed Kamo Reserves after winning all 10 of their matches this season.

Tikipunga Bake Cafe have also clinched their division with time to spare.

The Third Division side have been the form side throughout the season, losing just once all season.