Wyberton won their first silverware of the season on Thursday night, beating Woodhall Spa United 2-1 in the final of the Fishtoft Cup.
Dan Maddison and Nicky Syndercombe found the net for Gary Frost’s side.
Two days later Wyberton booked their place in the Sharman Burgess Sports Cup semis with a 4-2 victory over under-strength defending champions Wrangle United.
Mark Lovelace (two), Jordan Dixon and Curtis Revell were on target, with Owen Morgan (two, one pen) scoring for United.
Old Leake collapsed in the second half of their tie at Swineshead to crash out 6-1. Chris Wing (two), Jack Hougthon, Mark Sharman, Shaun Boothby and James Andrews were the matchwinners.
Premier side Kirton Town lost 3-2 at Division Two Ruskington Rovers after extra time.
In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, Fishtoft’s unbeaten run came to an end following a 5-1 defeat to Old Doningtonians.
The Dons’ scorers were Kieran Rose (two), David Slaughter, Ollie Gedney and Jonny Butler, while Alex Pycock hit a consolation.
Billinghay Athletic beat Pointon 1-0 and struggling Freiston held Spilsby Town to a goalless draw.
The big Taylors Peugeot Division One promotion clash at Mareham United saw Coningsby snatch a 2-2 draw. Danny Prue and Danny Hurst scored for Coningsby, with Lewis Cartwright and Robert Morey on target for Mareham.
Spalding Harriers won 3-0 at Wainfleet United while Skegness United Reserves had to pull out of their match at Pointon Reserves due to only having four players.
In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Fosdyke earned a 5-1 victory at Park United. Ben Liu’s 25-yarder opened the scoring for Park, but Dan Sansam, Tom Watson (pen) and a hat-trick from Matt Howden secured three points.
Coningsby Reserves beat Leverton 1-0.
Two goals from Pete Coonan helped Fishtoft Reserves beat Old Doningtonians Reserves 4-2. Gavin Gregory and Ashley Browne also got on the scoresheet as the Dons replied through Andy Stanhope and Jamie Francis.
The Taylors Vauxhall Division Three saw Spalding Harriers Reserves and Swineshead Reserves draw 1-1.
Friskney beat Burgh United 2-1, thanks to Phil Hodgson and Greg Brown, in a match overshadowed by Burgh receiving four red cards, two coming after the final whistle. The club will now surely face a disciplinary enquiry by The Lincolnshire Football Association.
FC Hammers picked positions out of a hat, but still beat Holbeach Bank Reserves 4-0. Keeper Scott Bates got two, one penalty and one from a goal kick, while Aaron Gardner and Reece Snade scored.