Swineshead Institute repeated their Taylors Garages Premier Division victory over fellow title chasers Spilsby Town in the BB INsure Willoughby Shield.
Goals from Alex Snaith and Rob Masters saw the Tutes progress to round two following a 2-1 victory.
Park Utd suffered a narrow 2-1 defeat to Fosdyke.
The hosts took the lead through Tim Billingham before goals from Joe Bradbury and Adam Ellis put Fosdyke in the hat for round two.
Jordan Smith and Chris Hilton both hit hat-tricks for Freiston in their 7-0 away win at Mareham United.
Patrick Kacirek grabbed the other Freiston goal.
Old Leake can have no complaints about the scoreline following their dismal display at home to Kirton Town.
Declan Sands and Reece West scored in a 2-0 victory.
Woodhall Spa United snatched victory at Fishtoft with a 1-0 victory.
Goals from Johnny Butler and Nicky Syndercombe weren’t enough as Wyberton were beaten 3-2 by Billinghay Athletic.
Sean Taylor hit two goals in Coningsby’s 4-1 away win at Old Doningtonians.
Tom Sewell and Carl Wilson were also on target for the visitors while Chris Wing replied for the Dons.
Skegness Town Reserves’ home tie against Friskney was postponed because of a frozen pitch.
Benington had two players sent off as they suffered their biggest defeat of the season following a 5-0 home humbling by Pointon in the Taylors Garages Premier Division.
Daniel Busch received his marching orders for retailiation midway through the first half and Jason Cade was then dismissed for stamping.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Swineshead Reserves hit Rippingale & Folkingham for six, with leading goalscorer Richard Barker netting twice.
Josh Smith, Andy Bullman, Mark Ledger and DJ Wright completed the scoring to keep the leaders on course for the title.
Sleaford Colts beat Pointon Reserves 4-0.
In the Taylors Ford Division Two, FC Kirton entertained Leverton and entertainment was certainly the order of the day as both sides produced an enthralling encounter... Leverton coming back from 5-2 down to win 6-5.
An early penalty was saved by Leverton keeper Giles Elson, only for the rebound to be scrambled home before the hosts doubled their advantage with a tap-in from less than a foot out.
Dom Goddard pulled one back for Leverton, only for Kirton to add a third when Marc Hipwell headed into his own net before half time.
Goddard reduced the arrears again after the break before the hosts rattled the Leverton crossbar, the referee deciding the ball had bounced behind the line on its way down and back into play.
But after Kirton scored again to go 5-2 in front, Leverton pulled themselves back into the game with further strikes from Goddard, Hipwell and Nathan Rippin - before Nathan Hubbert completed the turnaround.
Further late drama saw tempers boil over and FC Kirton’s captain saw red after a mass scuffle.
There was another goal-bonanza at Sibsey where the home side defeated Nelson 5-3, with Shane Brackenbury hitting a hat-trick.
Leon Creasey was also amongst the goals for Sibsey.
Kirton Town Reserves and Billinghay Reserves shared the points following a 2-2 draw at Graves Park.
Joe Gilbert and Robbie Sansam struck the Town goals while Richard Hall and Matthew Bean salvaged a point for the visitors.
Holbeach Bank versus Spalding Harriers was postponed because of frozen ruts on the pitch.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, leaders Railway Athletic beat AFC Tetford United 3-2 thanks to goals from Liam Nimmo (two) and Damian Gibbons.
Scott Bates’ double helped FC Hammers to a 5-0 home win against FC Boston.
The other home scorers were Kristian Taylor, Craig Woodward and Lance Hardy.
Eastern European FC won 3-1 at Friskney Reserves with Ruslan Dukalskis (two) and Mateusz Stepien on target.
Bradley Bell replied for Friskney.
Pointon A beat Benington Reserves 3-2.
Benington’s consolations came from Lewis Mundt and Joe Wood.
Fishtoft Reserves’ Joe Taylor hit a hat-trick for his side in their 4-0 away win at Spalding Harriers Reserves.
Their other goal came from Tom Hill.
The game at Boston Athletic didn’t go ahead after Rippingale & Folkingham Reserves were unable to raise enough players for the journey.