Old Leake and Woodhall Spa served up an 11-goal bonanza to start the New Year with a bang in the Taylors Garages Premier Division.
And it was the Leake team who were left celebrating following an 8-3 victory - with two players claiming individual four-goal hauls.
Scott Mackay and Adam Tempest were the two strikers in form as Leake took maximum points.
However, Mackay could have gone one better had he not missed a first-half penalty as well.
Daniel Busch bagged a hat-trick to help fire Benington to a 4-2 away success at Wyberton Reserves.
Busch and Tim Bell were both on target inside the opening 15 minutes as Benington took an early control of the contest.
Wyberton rallied and halved the deficit before the interval.
Benington regained the initiative after the break with Busch bagging a second-half brace to complete his treble before Wyberton reduced the arrears late on.
Nicky Syndercombe and Johnny Butler grabbed the Wyberton goals.
Fishtoft made a winning start to 2015 with an impressive performance away from home at Skegness Town Reserves.
The visitors started brightly but it took half an hour for the game to open up with Liam Ogden scoring direct from a free-kick after Lee Orrey had been fouled on the edge of the box.
Skegness levelled before a brace from Neil Allen and further strikes from Jamie Skinner, Orrey and John McGarel sealed a 6-2 victory.
Second-placed Spilsby Town found visitors Ruskington Rovers a tough nut to crack, being forced to come from behind to draw 1-1.
Billinghay Athletic and Pointon also shared the points following a 1-1 draw.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, the battle of the top two saw leaders Swineshead Reserves leave Heckington Millers with a 2-2 draw.
Liam Murphy (pen) and Michael Wood netted as the Tutes came from 1-0 down, only for the Millers to level late on.
In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Boston College hit Billinghay Reserves for eight while Leverton went one better by thumping Kirton Town Reserves 9-2.
Leverton made it 12 wins on the bounce with a comprehensive win over a strong Kirton Town Reserves side, which included a number of first team players.
Dom Goddard scored five times, the pick of the bunch being a curling strike dispatched after he’d carried the ball to a shooting position from inside his own half, jinking beyond opponents along the way.
The striker also found the time to tee up his dad Danny for a strike, while Andy Brown (two) and Marc Hipwell also got on the scoresheet.
Alex Cammack netted twice for Town, his first a fine strike.
Jamie Dawson and Nathan Rivett both scored twice in Boston College’s 8-0 home win against Billinghay Reserves.
Ben Webb, Andy Thompson, Michael Royal and Sheradon Goodhand were also on target.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Sam Deptford netted twice as Benington Reserves beat Tetford Reserves 4-2.
Lewis Mundt and Ryan Lawson were also on the scoresheet for the home side.
Spalding Harriers Reserves beat Boston Athletic 4-2 and Rippingale & Folkingham also won 4-2 when title-chasing Pointon A were the visitors.
The match between Eastern European FC and FC Hammers ended in a goalless draw.