Wyberton Reserves and Skegness Town Reserves shared the points at the Causeway in the Taylors Garages Premier Division, following their 2-2 draw.
Nicky Syndercombe and Johnny Butler hit the Wyberton goals.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Freiston and Sleaford Colts clashed for the second time in seven days.
This week a late penalty saw Freiston win 2-1 and get their revenge.
Sutterton beat Pointon Reserves 4-1 thanks to goals from Jason Allen, Danny Mindham, Dean Seiner and Ryan Walsh.
Friskney and Heckington Millers played out a 4-4 draw as Friskney remain unbeaten following a hat-trick from Greg Brown and another from Victor Sibert.
However, they had to come back from 3-0 down following a blistering start from Heckington.
Fosdyke went down to a 3-1 defeat at title hopefuls Swineshead Reserves.
Craig Spooner netted for the away side following good work from Nathan Smith and Dan Samsam.
Swineshead’s goals came from Shane Clancy, Richard Barker and Liam Murphy.
In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Leverton rushed into a two-goal lead against Billinghay Reserves thanks to Dominic Goddard’s double.
Billinghay reduced the arrears when they seized on a defensive mistake but Goddard then completed his hat-trick to make the half time score 3-1 to the home side.
Joe Daubney (two) and Nathan Rippin then rounded off 6-1 success.
Swineshead A hit eight goals away from home when Sibsey were put to the sword. Charlie Eccott hit four of his side’s goals while George Bakes struck a hat-trick and Callum Karpyszyn completed the scoring.
AFC Tetford went one better, scoring nine goals in their surprise 9-1 home win against previous league leaders Westside Rangers.
Mitch Bradley hit The FC Kirton goal in their 1-1 draw at home against Coningsby and the visitors hit back through Sam Brader.
Nelson beat Holbeach Bank 3-1, winning goals coming from Curtis Yeatman (two) and Liam Shinn.
The Nelson have also been handed the three points from their abandoned game against Spalding Harriers, which they were leading 3-1.
Kirton Town Reserves couldn’t raise a side to face Boston College at Graves Park.
Eastern European FC suffered their first defeat of the season in the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three.
Sean Wilcox, Dan Smith and Gary Handley earned Pointon A a 3-0 win.
A hat-trick from Leon Pycock, making his full debut, helped Park United to a comfortable 7-3 victory over Boston Athletic.
Park’s other goals came from Alex Limb, Ben Dean, Josh Stanley, and the evergreen Robbie Staples.
The match between FC Hammers and Rippingale & Folkingham didn’t go ahead after the latter couldn’t raise enough players for the journey.