SC Cambuur has taken another hurdle on its way to promotion to the Eredivisie.

The leader won 7-2 against Excelsior on Monday, after falling behind twice.

Both Robert Mühren and Ragnar Oratmangoen made a hat-trick.

NAC Breda suffered an expensive defeat at home against Go Ahead Eagles: 0-1.

Cambuur only gained momentum after a goal from Elías Már Ómarsson, club top scorer of Excelsior, was behind with 1-2.

Earlier, the home team had to clear an early backlog via Jarchinio Antonia.

Mühren took his team by the hand and signed for the equalizer after an hour of play, after which Cambuur was unstoppable.

From the dot, the top scorer of the Kitchen Champion Division brought his total this season to 31 hits, by taking the 4-2 and 6-2.

Oratmangun was the other protagonist.

The midfielder signed with goals in the 71st, 84th and 90th minutes for a hat-trick in less than twenty minutes.

NEC draws against Telstar

NEC failed to win the home game against Telstar.

The number six of the Kitchen Champion Division did not get further than a 1-1 draw in De Goffert.

NEC took the lead at the end of a disappointing first half with the necessary luck.

Telstar midfielder Lesley Bakker, who made his debut in the base, worked the ball into his own goal.

Telstar recovered well and was tied between the hailstorms in the second half.

The 34-year-old Glynor Plet scored with a targeted header and thus already scored his seventeenth goal of the season.

Despite the loss of points, NEC seems almost certain of participating in the play-offs.

The team of trainer Rogier Meijer has an eight point lead over number eight Roda JC, which may still be left out.

For Telstar, the season is normally over after the regular competition.

On Easter Monday there is a full round of play in the Kitchen Champion Division on the program.

Most matches are played at 2.30 pm.

Roda JC and Almere City close the 32nd round at 4.45 pm.

View the results and the program in the Kitchen Champion Division