....victory over Bedworth United on Saturday.
The Tudors comprehensively brought to an end the Greenbacks run of three successive wins.
A Matt Nolan goal behind after 3 minutes, the visitors` task was made harder by the loss of stalwart defender Ian Roper who went off injured after 22 minutes.
Hemel added a second 4 minutes before half-time with Nolan again the scorer although the Greenbacks missed four good chances before that to draw level.
The Tudors added four more goals in the 64th minute through new signing Jordan Parkes, 71st with Stephen O`Leary the scorer, 81st through Victor Osobu and 86th minutes with Parkes` second before Bedworth left-back Nathan Haines struck a consolation goal direct from a free-kick in stoppage time.
Leamington scored a goal in each half through Matty Dodd and Alex Taylor to win 2-0 at Bashley, while St Neots Town moved into third place with a 1-0 win over Stourbridge who slipped to fourth.
Lewis Hilliard scored the only goal at Amblecote – the former Rushden & Diamonds midfielder curling a delightful free-kick past Glassboys keeper Lewis Solly with 14 minutes remaining to give the visitors victory in an otherwise low-key game.
Moussa Diarra scored a hat-trick during an entertaining encounter between St Albans City and Barwell at Clarence Park.
However, the Leicestershire side but were in no mood to let him take the ball home without a fight and, despite playing for over 30 minutes with only ten-men, salvaged a remarkable point from a 4-4 draw.
Barwell took an early through a Danny Gordon own goal but the City captain then headed the ball forward for Diarra to equalise on 28 minutes.
The Frenchman put City ahead on 40 minutes with a header from a Richard Graham corner but as City pressed for a third, Barwell restored parity before the interval through their skipper Scott Hadland.
St Albans moved ahead again on 59 minutes through a Micah Hyde penalty but the former Watford midfielder failed to repeat the trick a minute later when Canaries keeper Liam Castle dived to his right to save.
That miss seemed nothing more than a blip when Diarra completed his hat-trick from close in on 70 minutes to give City a 4-2 advantage.
But the ten-men of Barwell staged a fantastic comeback to rescue a point with goals from Luke Barlone and Guy Hadland and could well have pulled off an amazing win with other efforts from Matt West and Jamie Towers.
Bedford Town were held to a 2-2 draw at Chesham United when the home side equalised in time added.
Dave Potton gave Chesham a 17th minute lead that Josh Beech on 41 minutes and then Mark Bell 6 minutes from time turned round for the Eagles.
However, Michael Chennells equalised in the 2nd minute of stoppage time.
Arlesey Town picked up a point from a goalless draw at Hardenhuish Park Chippenham Town, who held on, despite having captain Scott Rogers sent-off for two bookings late in the first half.
Hitchin Town completed a 2-0 win over Frome Town at Top Field.
Frome had been in control of the opening half but were punished for missing some guilt edged chances when the John Frendo netted in the 28th minute.
Frome continued to have a large share of possession but failed to trouble the home ‘keeper and after absorbing plenty of pressure they hit back with attacks of their own and eventually scored again with a well-worked second goal from Carl Stewart that put the game beyond Frome.
Redditch United won 2-1 at home against AFC Totton with goals from Jack Cresswell and Liam MacDonald with Byron Mason scoring an injury-time consolation for the visitors.
Cambridge City collected a much needed three points at Privett Park, courtesy of a last minute spot-kick from Craig Hammond after the striker himself was brought down by the Gosport Boro keeper.
City had taken the lead late in the first half through Mitchell Bryant, but were pegged back early in the second half when they failed to clear their lines and Gosport scored from close range through Dan Wooden.
Ben Joyce bagged a brace as Weymouth secured a 3-1 win at the Spencer Stadium against Banbury United.
The ex-Salisbury City forward grabbed one in each half after Kyle Critchell had headed the visitors into an early lead.
Banbury did mount some late first-half pressure to find the target through Tom Lorraine but overall this was a deserved victory by Weymouth as they racked up only their second league win of the campaign.