Leon Hurles-Brook was on the scoresheet twice in the first half as Campion cruised to a fifth straight Toolstation NCEL Division One success with the 5-0 win at East Hull.
Andrew Watts was in charge of Hull for the final time as he prepares to become assistant to Dean Windass who is at the helm from next week.
It was 2-0 going into final 15 minutes when Campion went on the rampage. Myles Foley headed home Campion’s third before Andy McCreadie and Aidan Day rounded off the win.
Jordan Turner scored four for the second Saturday running as Hallam won 5-0 at Brigg Town.
Micah Bishop opened the scoring for Hallam.
Nostell Miners Welfare lost 1-0 at Dronfield Town.