Bradley Mosedale scored eight as Spinney Hill dished out a 20-0 battering to AFC Hackleton Reserves in division two.
Mark Jackson and Kieran Bird both chipped in with hat-tricks and Bradley Stanton and Reynolds with doubles, while there was one apiece for Rob Westdale and Sam Willet.
Northampton Dons are into the semi-finals of the NFA Sunday Shield after a 6-5 win over Sovereigns. Dons scorers were Joe Coveli (2), Chris Gilligan, Shay Ryan, Lance Allen and Meshac.
Billing United hit the goal trail in the Ken Parker Cup, sponsored by Duston Garage, humiliating Brafield United 21-0, with seven goals from James Bell leading the way.
Lee Felgate scored five, Tyler Richards four and there were singles for Anthony Hammond, Anthony Payne, Tom Shipley, James Hine and Reece Labrum. Thorplands Club 81 were 6-3 winners over Eastern Eagles thanks to goals from Nathan Garofalo (2), Karlos Augustin (2), Steve McGonicle and Chief Boateng.
Luke Wilson, Stuart Reid and Maja all netted as MDS Gallery saw off Dynamo 3-1 (Kyle TaylorO, while St Margaret’s were also 3-1 winners, beating Golden Horse. On target for Maggies were Fazel Koriya, Ashford Campbell and Scott Sandy.
Standens Barn needed penalties to see off Midshire Electrical after the two sides drew 3-3, with the pubmen winning 3-1 on spot-kicks. Barn scorers in the game were Ross Skidmore, Tom Caton and Moore, while Damian Herbert rattled in a hat-trick for Midshire.
Ryan Ellison scored for Thorplands Club 81 Reserves, but they were beaten 2-1 by AFC Becket, while Deers Leap were indebted to a strike from Joe Simmonds as they drew 1-1 at FC Phoenix. Leap went on to win 4-3 on penalties.
Monks Park WMC won a mammoth penalty shootout against Golden Horse Reserves, nicking it 12-11 after the two sides had drawn 2-2 with Curtis Norris scoring both for Park.
Chris Newbury and Tommy Burwood both notched as Manfield Rangers saw off AFC Hackleton (Dan Porter) 2-1 while AFC Pioneers were 4-0 winners over Naseby with Jake Rogers and Tom Parker among the scorers.
In the NTFA Chornicle & Echo Cup, Royals Reserves lost 4-0 at home to Hartwell Forest, but Hardingstone Sun were 4-1 winners over The District thanks to two goals from Lee Broome and one apiece for Ryan Moyce and Chris Aveyard. Ryan Wilson hit The District’s consolation.