Division Two promotion hopefuls Fosdyke caused a shock in the Willoughby Cup, knocking out Premier Division side Old Leake.
The underdogs were nothing short of magnificent as Matt Howden, James Munn and Jimmy Hawkes netted in a 3-0 round one victory.
Coningsby also caused a minor upset when the first division side dumped Old Doningtonians, from The Premier, out of the competition following a 3-1 home win. Two goals from Danny McNamara and another from Jamie Todd sealed a deserved victory.
Fishtoft beat Wainfleet United 5-1, John McGarel (two) and Neil Allen (three) proved the difference.
A single Ben Jaques goal was enough to see Wyberton win at Mareham United.
Chris Wing and Jack Houghton struck two goals apiece as Swineshead brushed aside Kirton Town 4-1.
Woodhall Spa United won 4-3 at Spilsby Town.
Freiston - rock bottom of the Premier - forced top flight rivals Billinghay Athletic to extra time thanks to goals from Daniel Morris and an own goal, although Sam Miller, Richie Rhead and Daniel Long earned a 3-2 victory.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One of the Boston Saturday Football League, Wrangle United produced a powerful performance at home to defeat Billinghay Athletic Reserves.
Tom Hill, Owen Morgan, Scott Mackay (two) and Adam Bevan earned a 5-0 win.
In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Fishtoft Reserves must be sick of the sight of Leverton SFC after they were thumped 8-1 for the second time this season.
Goals from Steve Green (two), Will Chalmers (two), Alex Tilley, Connor Wroot, Nathan Rippin (pen) and a goal of the season contender from Dan Baines secured a comfortable win as Brandon Sylvester snatched a consolation.
Westside Rangers held leaders Ruskington Rovers to a 1-1 draw at Rosebery Avenue, super sub Dave Burt levelling three minutes from time.
Ruskington opened the scoring in the second half through Mark Nemeiksas.
The Nelson were held to a goal-less draw by Coningsby Reserves at Rosebery Avenue.
The Taylors Vauxhall Division Three saw Friskney beat lowly Sutterton Reserves 3-1, Greg Brown’s hat-trick the difference.
First-teamer Tom Baxter was drafted into Benington Reserves’ side, scoring five times as they beat Holbeach Bank Reserves 9-0. Ash Davis (two), George Crewe and Jamie Dawson also scored.
Tulip lost 10-0 to FC Kirton, Mitch Bradley (three), Dan Thompson (two), Tom Osborne, Ben Newton, Josh Brason, Aaron Bradshaw and an own goal the difference.
Spalding Harriers Reserves beat Spilsby Reserves 2-1.