SATURDAY COMBINATION: Cup joy for JLB as Clark does the trick
Dominic Clark was the hat-trick hero as division two JLB FC dumped division one Bubgrooke A out of the NFA Area Cup , beating them 3-2.
Bugbrooke replied through Shaun Daly and Thomas Emery.
Daventry Rangers lost 7-1 to Weedon, with Ben Drinkwater scoring four for the villagers.
Weedon’s other goals were netted by Curtis Lindeman, Reece Quinn and Luke Harris.
Harpole Reserves won by the same scoreline against Irthlingborough Rangers.
Ashley Worley scored twice, and there was one apiece for Melvin Gartland, Josh Healey, Stuart Schofield, Johnathan Spooner and Ryan Wilson, while Yelvertoft won 3-1 at Peterborough League side Wittering Reserves.
On the mark for Yelvertoft were David Rawes, Dan Jarvis and Stuart Burke.
Spratton Reserves are out after losing 5-2 to Byfield Tigers Athletic despite efforts from Matthew Donnelly and Harry Jones, while Wellingborough Rising Sun Reserves thumped West Haddon Albion Reserves 5-0.
In the Duston Garage Premier Division, Heyford Athletic eased to a 3-1 win over Earls Barton United to move up to fifth, with James Owen and Fraser Bennett among the goals.
Leaders James King Blisworth hammered Wollaston Victoria 8-2, with Aaron Chilton scoring a hat-trick, Ross Arundell and Dale Lewis two apiece and one for Tommy Waldock.
Roade leapfrogged Harpole to go second after seeing off their rivals 3-1 with goals from Joe Malkin, Ben Booker and Andrew Watts, with Daniel Surridge replying.
Brixworth All Saints lost 2-1 to Moulton while Spratton suffered a 4-0 defeat to Medbourne.
In Duston Garage Division One, Roade Reserves stayed second as goals from Ben Carter, Leo McDonnell, George Wingrove and Lee Broome (2) saw them secure a 5-3 win over Corby Eagles.
Woodford Wolves were 6-1 winners over Finedon Volta Reserves thanks to strikes from Josh Nowlan, James Batterley (2) and Connor Morson, who hit a hat-trick.
Milton had a good day as goals from Edward Dunham, Paul Henry, Albert Luck and Mark Field eased them to a 4-0 win over rock-bottom Kettering Orchard Park.
Grange Park Rangers moved into second place in Duston Garage Division Two thanks to a 4-1 win over Daventry Drayton Grange.
Steve Blackwood (2), Elliott Muddiman and Max Payne scored for Park, with Tony Burkett replying.
Leaders Mereway stay in control of the division after they made it eight wins out of eight by seeing off mid-table Higham Town 4-0. Sam Cooper scored twice, with Craig Cooper and Peter Smith adding singles.
In Duston Garage Division Four Heyford Athletic Reserves came out on the right side of a five-goal thriller against Northampton Falcons.
A double from Gentran Shahollaric and one from Lee Moore proved enough for Heyford, who move up to fourth in the table.
In Duston Garage Division Five, there was a first point of the season for Daventry Rangers Reserves as they drew 3-3 with high-flying Corby Ravens.
Moulton Reserves went down 2-1 to Higham Town Reserves.