Premier Division Old Leake hit four goals to knock Nelson out of the Sharman Burgess Sports Cup and book a place in the quarter-finals.
Adam Lester, Bert Snaith, Kieran Stocks and Adam Tempest hit the decisive goals in a 4-1 home win over the Division Two side.
In an all-Division One clash, Wrangle United comfortably brushed aside Spalding Harriers.
Karolis Andriulionis, Owen Morgan, Scott MacKay and Joe Pitcher netted in a 4-0 victory.
Chris Wing hit four of Swineshead’s goals as they beat Woodhall Spa 5-2, Jack Houghton also on target.
Skegness Town Reserves hit two extra-time goals at Coningsby to book their place in the last eight.
Danny McNamara and Danny Hurst scored for Coningsby, but Joe Errington Jamie Epton, James Bland and Jay Verheul earned a 4-2 success.
Wyberton versus Old Doningtonians and Kirton Town versus Fosdyke both fell foul of the rain.
Benington bounced back to winning ways with a 5-1 away success at Freiston in the Taylors Garages Premier Division.
Nick Ward, Tim Bell (two), Ben Hardstaff and Tom Baxter (pen) were on target, with Shane Brackenbury hitting the consolation.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Pointon Reserves won 2-1 home win against Wyberton Reserves, the visitors replying through Nicky Syndercombe.
Mareham United were held at home by Billinghay Reserves in an exciting 3-3 draw. Jake Ellis, Micky Johnson and Ross Trestrail hit the Mareham goals.
Skegness United Reserves’ home derby game against Wainfleet United was postponed.
The Taylors Ford Division Two saw Park United chalk up their first win of the season, winning 3-1 at Fishtoft Reserves thanks to Thomas Limb, Ben Liu and Stefan Furnell. Fishtoft replied through Adam Vinters.
Mareham Reserves beat Old Dons Reserves 4-3 with a last-minute winner. Jamie Francis, Ben Pell (pen) and Danny Jackson hit the Dons’ goals.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Spalding Harriers Reserves won 2-0 at FC Kirton, drawing level on points.
Scott Bates hit both goals for FC Hammers in their 2-1 win over Sutterton Reserves.
A double from Spilsby Reserves’ Liam Papworth earned his side maximum points following a 6-0 home win against Pointon A. The other Spilsby goals came from Lee Boulton, Karl Minor, Mark Ingram and Wes Elston.
Tulip slumped to a 10-1 home defeat to Burgh United, Robert Holland grabbing their consolation.