Moshin Ahmed scored twice as Jameeah FC eased into the next round of the NTFA Chronicle & Echo Cup with a 3-1 win over Golden Horse Reserves.
Also on target was Shomuz Chaudhury.
Oakley Diamonds were 5-3 winners over Real Roochers thanks to goals from Marc Hall, Peter Ticehurst, Angus McAlpine and Aaron Rolfe (2). Roochers replied through Robert Tootell and Josh Lyman (2).
Max Winterburn scored two and there were singles from Toby Brand, Frazer Francis and Rhys Taylor as Spartak Reserves won 5-2 at Nomads of Barratts, whose consolations came from Calum Hope and Tim Clack.
Welland Valley Panthers are the new premier league leaders after a 4-1 home win over AFC Brampton. Simon Barby, Josh Wiles, Nick Blundell, and Dan Sneath all netted for Panthers with Jaques Reid replying.
Greg Ling, Tommy Waldock and Luke Tolworthy fired Harpole into a 3-1 lead against Queens Park, who then produced a stunning comeback to win 7-3. Johny Shakespeare scored three and there were also goals from Dean Hall, Ashley Clamp, Fabian Brown and Lewis Reynolds.
Marius Zamfir and Bogdan Neculaes were on target as Juventus Tigers saw off Kingsley Park 2-1 to claim their first win of the season, while Denton and AC Squirrels played out a thrilling 4-4 draw.
James Lewis (2), an own goal and a Ryan Machardie strike had put Denton 4-2 up at the break but Squirrels struck back with goals from Paul Edwards, Shane Price and Jamie Ellis (2).
AFC Trinity have move to the top of the championship table after a 2-1 home win over AFC Obelisk.Danny Smith struck twice for Trinity with Obelisk hitting back through Ashley Draper.
Pre-match leaders Abington were beaten 2-1 by Halse United, who netted through Adam Hilton and Dean Ingram, while Wootton Field Wanderers were held to a 3-3 home draw by Gardeners Arms. Callum Beech (2) and Chris Agnew scored for Wootton with Ash Stewart and Wes Emery (2) levelling it up.
Bat & Wickets thrashed Kettering Ise Lodge 6-0 thanks to Bradley York (2), Alex Tait (2), Matt Goodship and Tyler George, and Spartak FC were indebted to goals from Adam Norton and Jimmy Moore as they beat Grendon Sapphires 2-0.
Hartwell Forest remain top of league one despite only drawing 2-2 with Sixfields, whose goals were scored by Jordan Tombling Peart. Adam Wade and Michael Winch sealed the point for Forest.
Ashby Athletic are now just a point behind Forest after a 3-2 win over Swan & Helmet thanks to efforts from Alex Barbulescu, Alex Quatrine and Mickey Clarke.
Albany Athletic are also keeping up with the leaders following a 2-1 win at struggling Northampton Sapphires. Gavin Vella gave the Sapphires a first half lead but Albany responded in the second period with goals from James Marriott and Richie Prendiville.
Northampton Sovereigns are the new leaders of division two after a 4-1 home win against JA Global.
Adam Whitich-Jackson powerfully headed home to give the Sovereigns the lead and despite an equaliser by Scott Ramsey for Global, the Sovereigns won it thanks to an own goal, a Nick Renda penalty and a Dan Clark strike.