Fishtoft continued their New Year revival in the Taylors Garages Premier Division with a fine 3-0 home win against Skegness Town Reserves.
Neil Allen converted a penalty before Leon Pycock added a brace.
Kirton Town beat Pointon 3-2 thanks to Dean Seiner, Dean Fisher and Chris Hilton.
Old Leake went down 3-2 at Spilsby Town, Dan Tuplin, Dan Smith and Matty Barker firing the winning goals while Bert Snaith hit a brace for Old Leake.
Wyberton maintained their 100 per cent record with a narrow 3-2 victory over Benington.
Gavin Bell’s two goals were in vain as Daniel White (two) and Curtis Yeatman won it for Wyberton.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Wrangle United left Skegness United Reserves with a 7-1 success.
Owen Morgan (and Scott McKay grabbed hat-tricks and Lemos Pereira also netted. Josh Clarke netted for Skegness.
Billinghay Athletic Reserves and Coningsby shared the points following a 1-1 draw. Adam Burrows struck the Billinghay goal while Will Laird replied for the visitors.
Pointon Reserves lost 5-3 to Spalding Town.
Fosdyke showed visible signs of rustiness following their recent inactivity in the Taylors Ford Division Two.
But after a slow start at Old Doningtonians, two Matt Howden goals saw them win 2-0.
Sutterton came away from Rosebery Avenue with a 4-1 victory as Nelson slipped to a home defeat. Anthony Brooks, Billy Shinn, Richard Barker and Adam Abell were all on target, while Ben Ladds replied for Nelson.
Matt Bates and James Leafe hit the decisive goals for Westside Rangers in their 2-0 home win against Park United.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Holbeach Bank Reserves went down 4-3 to Tulip.
Goals from Ryan Andrews and John Mott gave Pointon A maximum points after beating Benington Reserves 2-1.
FC Kirton had a comfortable 3-0 away win at Sutterton Reserves, Mitch Bradley, Ben Newton and Richard Early on target.
In the Main Ridge Take Away Reserve Cup, Frazer Bayliss hit a hat-trick for Freiston Reserves in their 8-0 home win against Spilsby Town Reserves.
Perrie Dale struck twice while Jamie Elston, Troy Ayton and Jon Norman completed the scoring.
The final will be a repeat of last year’s clash after Wyberton Reserves won 7-1 at Coningsby Reserves.
Nicky Syndercombe (three), Leon Marsh, Kane Watson, Damian Gibbons and Marv Wiltshire completed he scoring and the Coningsby consolation goal came from Martin Lynch.