Martin’s contribution to the rout was backed up by two goals apiece from Jack Crowland and Ryan Williamson, plus strikes by Tom Bateson, Daniel Witcombe and Rob Murphy.
Melbourne scored a welcome 3-1 win at Huntington thanks to goals from Matt Beevers (2) and Martin Peacock.
Brooklyn kept up their championship charge in reserve ‘C’ with a 4-1 defeat of Hemingbrough United.
Matty Bean fired a hat-trick for the hosts, with Tom Everitt notching their fourth.
The campaign has seen Panthers average seven goals a game.
Kevin Butler hit four more to take his haul for the season to 24, while his brother, Kyle, also bagged a hat-trick.
Sean Stewart (2), Dean Henderson (2), Joe Hynes and Daniel Coombs netted the rest of Panthers’ goals.
Lee Bartlett, meanwhile, grabbed a hat-trick of his own for Rufforth.
Cliffe enjoyed a 3-1 victory at home to Bishop Wilton thanks to efforts from Tom Grundy, Nigel Horner and James Grundy.
Carl Brewer replied for Bishop Wilton.
F1 Racing were 3-0 ahead by half-time against Wilberfoss in the reserve ‘D’ supplementary competition thanks to two strikes from Danny Penrose and a wonder goal for debutant and man of the match Ben Orange.
Penrose completed his hat-trick in the second period with a 25-yard blockbuster to complete a 4-0 win for F1.