Kirton Town leapfrogged Benington into third place in the Taylors Garages Premier Division table with a narrow 2-1 away success.
The hosts had the better of the opening period and took a deserved lead through top scorer Tim Bell, only for Dean Seiner’s brace, his second a penalty, sealing victory.
Billinghay Athletic won 1-0 at Old Leake and Pointon beat Freiston 5-1, Daniel Morris hitting a consolation as teammate Ashley Titchmarsh was red carded.
Curtis Yeatman (two) and Dan White scored as Wyberton beat Skegness Town Reserves 3-0.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Spalding Harriers beat Woodhall Spa United 2-0 and Wainfleet United drew 5-5 at Pointon Reserves.
Coningsby earned a 3-0 away win at Skegness United Reserves, Danny Prue, Danny Hurst and Chris Chew on target.
Ruskington Rovers remain top of the Taylors Ford Division Two, following a 4-2 home win against Nelson.
Paul Barker and Jody Betts were on target for Westside Rangers in their 2-0 home win against Mareham United Reserves.
Park United suffered another narrow defeat when they went down 2-1 at Holbeach Bank.
Sutterton gained swift revenge for their cup defeat at the hands of Fosdyke seven days earlier by inflicting a 3-0 home win on their opponents.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Burgh United conceded an 85th minute goal to end up empty-handed when they entertained promotion hopefuls Spalding Harriers Reserves.
Friskney comfortably beat Benington Reserves 4-1. Ben Leech (two) Phil Hodgson and Ross Clow were the matchwinners, with the consolation coming from a penalty.
FC Kirton beat Spilsby Town Reserves 2-1, thanks to Mitch Bradley and Hakan Darici. The game was late finishing due to Spilsby’s Matty Barker being taken to hospital with concussion and two broken teeth.
Mark Haynes’ goal handed Tulip a 1-0 win against Pointon A.
FC Hammers boosted their goal average, winning 10-0 against Holbeach Bank Reserves. Scott Bates (five), Chris Brocklesby (two), Kyle Graves (two) and keeper Pete Chambers (pen) found the net.
The Barclays Brokers Willoughby Shield quarter-finals saw Billinghay Reserves beat Old Doningtonians Reserves 2-0 after extra time.
Swineshead Reserves moved past Wyberton Reserves 3-0, with Rick Stukins, Reece West and Benn Hougthon scoring.
Freiston Reserves look to be given a bye as Fishtoft Reserves couldn’t raise aside.
Kirton Town Reserves squeezed past Coningsby Reserves 3-2.