Swineshead Institute are the Boston League’s sole survivors in the Mason Bros Lincolnshire Junior Cup.
And they progressed in style following an impressive 6-2 away win at Blues Club - Martin North (three), Mark Sharman, Jack Houghton and Chris Wing setting up a quarter-final trip to Barrowby.
Freiston recorded their first Taylors Garages Premier Division win of the season at Old Leake, scceeding 3-2.
Alex Snaith and Jonathan Slater scored for Old Leake, who also had Alex Earle sent off for dissent.
A late goal spree saw leaders Wyberton beat a depleted Benington side 6-1.
Dan White (three), Jordan Dixon, Dan Maddison and Kieran Rose grabbed the home side’s goals, while Ty Fravigar responded for Benington.
Declan Wilson struck twice for Fishtoft in their 5-3 home win against Spilsby Town. Neil Allen, Owen Morgan and Nicky Wiles also got on the scoresheet.
Kirton Town slumped to a surprise defeat at Old Doningtonians as they squandered several golden opportunities in a 2-1 defeat.
The Dons’ heroes were Ben Wood and Jamie Welsh, while young keeper Bradley Barnett pulled off some fine saves.
Skegness Town Reserves defeated Mareham United 2-1 and Billinghay Athletic beat Pointon 3-2.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Wyberton Reserves’ Reece Coddington scored a hat-trick in his side’s 5-3 home win against Sutterton. Nicky Syndercombe hit the other two goals while Billy Shinn, Mark Lovelace and Danny Mindham replied.
Coningsby left Woodhall with a point following a 1-1 draw. Sam Brader hit the Coningsby goal.
Fosdyke drew 2-2 at Pointon Reserves, Sam Reeson and Ruslan Dukalskis (pen) netting for Fosdyke.
Friskney remain top of the Taylors Ford Division Two following a hard-fought 1-0 home win against Fishtoft Reserves.
The crucial matchwinner came from Jobe Stainton.
Heckington Millers enjoyed a fine 3-0 home win against Holbeach Bank and Nelson continued their recuperation period with a morale-boosting 3-2 away win at Kirton Town Reserves.
Swineshead Reserves kept in touch with the leading pack with a 2-0 away win at Spalding Harriers, Jack Croston and Richard Stukins on target.
Westside Rangers beat Leverton 2-1 thanks to goals from Jody Betts and James Leafe, after Nathan Rippin had handed Leverton the lead.
FC Kirton remain in touch at the top of the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three following a 3-1 home win against Park Utd.
Dan Allgood, Mitch Bradley and Jim White won the contest, with Alex Limb scoring a consolation.
Sutterton Reserves lost 4-3 to table-topping Boston College. Nathan Rivett (two) and Lukas Klapp (two) scored for the College as Sutterton scored three times in the final 10 minutes.
FC Hammers beat Spalding Harriers Reserves 2-0 thanks to goals from Scott Bates and Reece Snade.
Swineshead A beat Holbeach Bank Reserves 7-0 with goals from Josh Smith (two), Josh Runnalls, Liam Murphy, Andy Bulman, DJ Wright and Casey Wright.
Benington Reserves went down 8-2 at highflying AFC Tetford. George Crewe and Kris Holland hit consolations.