Wyberton enjoyed a convincing 6-2 away win at New Waltham Tea Gardens in the Mason Bros Lincs Junior Cup.
Danny Maddison (three), Curtis Revell (two) and Ben Jaques were the matchwinners.
Robbie Masters netted two penalties - one in each half - in Swineshead’s 4-1 victory at Broughton Colts.
Ollie Coulam and an own goal sealed the victory.
Despite goals from Jason Cade and Ben Hardstaff, Benington were humbled 9-2 by Hykeham Town.
Fishtoft lost 6-2 at Ruston Sports, their consolation strikes coming from Nicky Wiles and Neil Allen.
There wasn’t much luck elsewhere for the Boston League teams.
Pointon beat Stamford Belvedere 4-2 but Billinghay Athletic lost 4-0 to Gainsborough Town, Old Leake lost 2-0 to Long Sutton and Kirton Town, Old Doningtonians, and Freiston all bowed out of the competition.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, leaders Wyberton Reserves extended their 100 per cent record to seven games, winning 4-3 at Fosdyke. Reece Coddington (two), Reece Beauchamp and Nicky Syndercombe won it for Wyberton, while Sam Reeson (two) and Gary O’Connor pushed them close.
Sutterton suffered a late collapse in their top of the table clash at home to Freiston Reserves.
Kieran Gatenby looked to have earned the hosts a draw, but Freiston netted four goals in the last 20 minutes to win 5-1.
Skegness United Reserves beat Ruskington Rovers 4-1 and Woodhall Spa United beat Coningsby 2-0.
The Taylors Ford Division Two saw Friskney beat Nelson 5-1, thanks to Jobe Stainton (three), Greg Brown and an own goal.
Fishtoft Reserves arived at Swineshead Reserves with just 10 players and went down 9-1, Dick Stukins (three), Benn Houghton (two) Guy Mantle (two), Giles Favell and Reece West were on target and Tom Luto grabbed the visitors’ consolation.
Leverton beat Mareham United 4-0 with goals from Nathan Rippin (two), Alex Tilley and Ash Jackson.
Holbeach Bank drew 1-1 at home to Coningsby Reserves, Spalding Harriers beat Westside Rangers 1-0 and Kirton Reserves and Heckington Millers drew 2-2.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, FC Hammers’ storming start to the season continued with a 4-2 home win against Benington Reserves, following goals from Jack Tate (two), Scott Bates and Reece Snade. Benington replied through Jimmy Nuttell and Nick Ward.
Spalding Harriers Reserves took maximum points following their surprise 2-1 away win at FC.
Boston College beat Swineshead A 3-0 and AFC Tetford beat Pointon A 10-0.