Highwayman failed in their bid to rob Willaspoons of a place in the second round of the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League's Ernie Prince Memorial KO Cup.
The Championship side inflicted a 6-3 defeat on the lowly Division Two side with Michael Knight notching a hat trick and Lee Dixon, Oliver Whittaker and Michael Ryan all chipping in with a single strike.
Division Three strugglers Pit Club beat Division Two Armthorpe Village by the odd goal in three in the only other tie.
With second-placed Rossington Club not in league action, Premier Division leaders Canal Tavern opened up a four-point gap at the top after dishing out a 6-1 beating to Atletico Tap Maker.
Kirk Frost proved too hot to handle when scoring four of the Canal goals with Neil Sheppard and Danny Bulman also netting. Dean Wilburn bagged the Atletico consolation.
Third-placed Bentley Top Club won 4-0 to sentence lowly Wheatley Hotel to a sixth defeat in seven starts.
Rhino’s charged to a 6-0 win at Eden Grove. Michael Smith hit a double for Rhino’s with Tom Wales, Slim Atkinson, Dean Daffin and Danny White also finding the net.
Armthorpe Albion climbed above FC Glasshouse after posting a 3-1 win over them.
Eve’s Trust Dynamo’s regained top spot in the Championship in emphatic style, routing mid-table FC Dunscroft 11-0.
Bessacarr kept in touch with the top thanks to an 8-2 win at second-bottom Auckley, for whom Oliver Langton bagged both consolation goals.
Rosehill Press, beaten 1-0 by fellow strugglers Bay Horse & Bar, are still looking to record their first win of the season.
Wheatsheaf (Doncaster) moved level on points with C & R Sports Bar (Shea McConville) as a result of a 3-1 win over their mid-table rivals.
Askern’s Kristian Robson scored the only goal of the game at The Vault.
Zac Boiston and Arron Batho shared the goals as Carcroft Village climbed above FC Ivanhoe in Division One after beating the Sprotbrough-based side 2-1
FC Little Un edged further away from bottom club Rossington Legion after picking up a point from a 4-4 draw with Balby Academy of Sport, whose goals came from Sam York (2), Grant Hill and Sean Kenny.
Rhino’s United bagged a 6-2 win at Scawthorpe United.
Leopard (William Massey) retained top spot in Division Two despite going down 2-1 at home to Palfrey’s Lodge, now up to third.
Team 23, for whom Oliver McGuire and Chris Marriot netted, head the chasing pack thanks to their 2-0 win over Three Horseshoes.
FC Cumberland beat Bentley West End S&S 2-0.
AFC Schoolboy (Paul Niles, Kelvin Slesser-Marriot) pipped Eden Arms by the odd goal in five.
Athletico Fairway took over top spot in Division Three in style, routing mid-table Balby Rovers 11-1. Dan Bewley scored six of the Athletico goals with both Wes Greenwood and Lewis Head bagging a brace. Craig Jones completed the scoring.
Real Bridge, who recorded the highest score of the day, also had their shooting boots on when scoring 15 goals without reply at lowly Stagg Inn Rovers.
Mark Cooper and Peter Walmsley led the way with a five-goal haul apiece with the remaining goals shared out by Gareth Dawson (3), Tom Aspinal and Matt Pudwell.
Windmill Wanderers continue to look for their first win after going down 3-1 at home to Sesku Miners Community.