The title race in the Southern League is proving to be one of the most enthralling in the Non-League pyramid.
After last weekend’s action, just five points separates the four title chasing sides with a spectacular end of the season likely to be in store.
Weymouth moved to the top after securing a convincing 3-0 win over Hendon, while previous table toppers Taunton Town were held at home by a battling Hartley Wintney.
Steve Cladridge’s Salisbury slipped to 4th after suffering a disappointing defeat at home to play-off chasing Kings Langley and the Whites were leapfrogged by Met Police who stormed to a 4-2 win against Wimborne Town.
At the other end of the table already relegated Staines Town secured just their fourth league win of the season to drag Frome Town closer to joining them in Step 4 next season, while Basingstoke Town picked huge a hugely important win over Swindon Supermarine and Dorchester Town were unlucky to come away from Farnborough with just a point.