Rudi Polster led the Cheltenham scoring with five and there were four more goals for 17-year-old Tom Hunt.
Manchester easily confirmed their Supers 5s slot, building a 9-4 half-time advantage on the way to a 14-10 victory over Sheffield.
Solihull also won, 12-9 against Polytechnic. The London side have performed strongly in all matches this season without registering an elusive first win and they pushed Solihull almost all the way. Poly were 6-4 up at one stage and pulled level at 8-8 when Joan Secanell scored at the end of the third period. After that, Solihull responded like true champions, scoring four times in the last - through Pawal Wielogorski, Jake Vincent, Arthur Davies and Jordan Elliot - before Luke Jones replied at the end.
Later, Sheffield held Cheltenham to a 10-10 draw, Ali Arat ensuring a point for Cheltenham with the final goal less than two minutes from the end. A point revived Sheffield's chances of making the Super 5s, to be decided on the final day of competition tomorrow in matches involving the three challengers for fifth place, Sheffield, Lancaster and Durham. Lancaster's 8-6 defeat by Invicta put them under pressure; Durham lost 9-6 to divisional leaders Manchester.