Luke Emery made it nine goals in three games as he bagged a double in Newport Pagnell Town’s 2-0 win over second placed Deeping Rangers.
It is now four wins in a row for the Swans, as they look to get their UCL Premier Division campaign back on track, but sit ninth in the table.
Deeping defended resolutely in the first half, but also looked the more dangerous, seeing one cleared off the line but unable to make the breakthrough.
Emery though needed just two second half minutes to open the scoring, after Remy Forrester and Ollie Wilkinson hit both posts in the pinball build-up.
Rangers look stunned and the Swans capitalised when Elliott Sandy released Forrester who in turn squared the ball for the unmarked Emery to side foot his second of the match and ninth goal in the three matches.
Swans take on lowly Harrowby on Saturday.