Home team listed first.
RWB Adria climbed into the top spot in the standings when they dispatched SAC Wisla 3:1 at River Rd.
Qudas Lawal opened the scoring for Adria in the 20th minute in an evenly played first half. Wisla tied things up before halftime, but Adria found another gear in the second half.
Vlado Zadro banged home the winner in the 53rd minute and then took advantage of a bad pass by Wisla’s goalkeeper in the late going to make it 3:1.
Winged Bull took full advantage of a ten-man Stare Byki squad and counterattacked their way to a 6:1 victory at Oak Brook Sports Core.
The visitors opened the scoring in the 14th minute. Following a short corner kick, a Winged Bull player hit a curling shot from the left channel into the far post.
Two minutes later, a dubious penalty decision allowed Winged Bull to make it 2:0.
The shorthanded Byki tried to make a game of it and pulled to within 2:1 in the final action of the first half. Mike Stamatinos hit a long-range bomb with the outside of his foot for his first goal of the season.
The second half belonged to Winged Bull. They scored the crucial third goal in the 50th minute with a wicked free kick from a very tough angle.
Winged Bull turned on the jets at that point. They converted counterattacks in the final 25 minutes into three goals to put the result to bed.
CKS Wara crushed Das Magic 8:0 thanks to a goal explosion from Alex Gomez, who bagged four on the night. The victory lifted Warta into fifth place in the table.
Luis Adame opened the scoring in the second minute of play with a cheeky shot that had the keeper guessing wrong.
Four minutes later, a Warta player was fouled in the Das Magic penalty area and Jose Castellanos made no mistake converting from the penalty spot.
The score swelled to 3:0 in the 17th minute through Gomez. William Butler added a fourth for Warta just past the half hour mark.
Things went from bad to worse for Das Magic when a player was sent off for dissent shortly before halftime.
Warta were running on cruise control after the break. Jose Paz made it 5:0 in the 51st minute, and Gomez knocked home three more in the span of ten minutes to put the game on ice.
FC Guadalajara and SAC Wisla battled to a 3:3 draw at Hales Franciscan HS in a match were all of the goals were scored in the second half. The result positions Wisla in fifth place in the table.
Guadalajara got on the board first, just moments after the second-half whistle.
Wisla replied with a pair of goals five minutes apart. Artur Gedroic equalized in the 60th minute and Adam Boloz gave Wisla the lead at 2:1 in minute 65.
Guadalajara made a spirited comeback, banging home two unanswered goals to go 3:2 up.
Wisla, however, had the final word, as Kazimierz Boloz guaranteed a split of the points with a late strike.
RWB Adria continued their strong form on Sunday, downing Stare Byki FC 4:2 at Oak Brook Sports Core. Adria's superior speed and pinpoint finishing were the distinguishing factors in a hard-fought match. Adria now have 13 points from six games.
Adria controlled much of the possession in the early going and broke out on top in the 23rd minute, when a long ball over the top left their striker to slot past Byki keeper Ray Najera.
The Byki bounced back eight minutes later. Alan Stevens launched a long throw-in into the Adria penalty area and Phil Parker's header floated just inside the near post to level the affair at 1:1.
Adria scored two goals just before halftime to assert their dominance. On both occasions, they beat the Byki for speed with ruthless counterattacking.
The Byki increased their effort to start the second half and got their reward in the 47th minute. High pressure on an Adria defender trying to play out of the back led to a turnover and Arinze Okafor sprinted alone to the Adria goal. Okafor collided with the goalie, but somehow poked the ball into the open net to cut Adria's lead to 3:2.
Adria made it 4:2 in the 75th minute, beating the Byki on the counter yet again.
CKS Warta moved into the top six in the NSL table on Friday, when they dispatched Wisloka Chicago 5:2 at Redmond Sports Complex. Daniel Damian paced Warta with a hat trick. Wisloka, who previously held the top spot in the league, had already been displaced on Thursday, following Vikings' 13:0 rout of Dundalk FC.
Warta wasted no time, opening the scoring through Damian on 14 minutes. He beat Wisloka's offside trap and slotted the ball under the diving goalkeeper to give Warta their lead.
Two goals, just moments apart, put Warta in the driver's seat. Jose Castellanos made it 2:0 in the 25th minute and Damian upped the lead to 3:0 one minute later.
Warta remained dangerous to start the second half, as Damian struck again in the 54th minute to complete his treble.
Wisloka pulled one back at the hour mark, as Warta's defense fell asleep and goalkeeper Rodolfo Gonzalez was unable to react quickly to the shot.
Damian hit the post in the 69th minute, but Wisloka cut the lead to 4:2 three minutes later.
Warta put the result to bed two minutes from the end through Will Butler.