There were no shocks in the first round of The BB Insure Willoughby Cup.
Premier League leaders Wyberton won 6-2 at the expense of Freiston and Billinghay Athletic dismissed Division One strugglers Wainfleet United 9-1.
Old Leake sneaked through to the next round at the expense of Fishtoft, who can count themselves unfortunate not to have forced extra time, at the least. Goals from Alex Earle and Jamie Khun saw the scores locked at 1-1 before a superb individual goal from Adam Tempest, beating two defenders and curling home his strike, settled the contest.
Chris Wing (two), Jack Houghton (two), Mark Sharman and Rob Masters scored as Swineshead beat Spilsby Town 6-2.
Old Doningtonians were beaten 5-1 by Skegness Town Reserves and Woodhall Spa United beat rivals Coningsby 3-0.
Freiston Reserves and Ruskington Rovers both won 8-0 in the Taylors Peugeot Division One.
Perrie Dale hit four of the Freiston goals in their home victory over Rippingale & Folkingham, while Troy Ayton and Joe Pitcher struck two goals apiece.
Ruskington, meanwhile, put Billinghay Reserves to the sword.
Jamie Todd hit a hat-trick for Coningsby Reserves in their 4-2 Taylors Ford Division Two victory over Swineshead Reserves. Duane Sweet hit the other Coningsby goal while Richard Stukins and Guy Mantle replied for Swineshead.
Mareham Reserves got the better of Kirton Town Reserves in an 11-goal thriller. Shaun Boothby (four) and Carl Wilson were the matchwinners in a 6-5 victory.
Leverton hammered Nelson 11-1 thanks to goals from Alex Tilley (three), Nathan Hubbert (two), Patrick Busby, Joe Wood, Jake Portas, Liam Shinn, Charlie Gray and Giles Elson.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, AFC Tetford came out on top following their table-topping clash with FC Hammers, winning 6-3. Kristian Taylor (two) and Reece Snade scored for the Hammers.
Rippingale & Folkingham Reserves beat Spalding Harriers Reserves 4-0.
Swineshead A remain in contention at the top of the table following a 3-2 away win at Benington Reserves. Andy Bulman, Josh Sands and Josh Smith hit the decisive goals in a closely-fought match.
Benington replied through Lewis Mundt and Dan Brackenbury.
The Taylors Garages Premier Division match between Pointon and Benington was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, as were Park United v Mareham United (Willoughby Cup), Pointon Reserves v Skegness United Reserves and Sutterton v Wyberton Reserves (Division One).