Lowly Bechers Brook caused one of the biggest upsets in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League's Ernie Prince Memorial Cup first round ties.
Third bottom of Division Three, they hit Division One visitors Balby Academy of Sport Inter for six with Mick Carter claiming four of the goals and James Critchlow and Elliott Howard also chipping in.
Windmill Wanderers, currently the lowest placed club in the Alliance League, picked up their first win of the season when beating fourth-placed Division Three rivals Loaded Sports by the odd goal in five.
Zack King also netted four as third-placed Wheatley Club also flew the flag for Division Three when posting a 9-4 win at Division Two AFC Schoolboy. Luke Wellings (2), Adam Cahill and Reese Joslin also netted.
Leaders Athletico Fairway also beat higher division opposition when putting Division One strugglers FC Ivanhoe to the sword (6-0).
Mark Cooper notched all five goals as second-placed Real Bridge claimed a 5-1 win at mid-table Division Two outfit Three Horseshoes.
Premier Division leaders Canal Tavern recorded a 3-1 win away to in-form Championship side C & R Sports Bar, for whom Martin West scored their consolation.
Top flight rivals Athletico Tap Maker scored seven without reply at home to Third Division Sesku Miners Community.
Championship strugglers Auckley were made to work hard for their 3-2 win over mid-table Third Division visitors Balby Rovers.
Division One promotion hopefuls Balby Athletic put out lowly Championship side Bay Horse & Bar 5-0. Kyle Burton (2) and Tim Miles were among the scorers.
Championship outfit Wheatsheaf (Doncaster) beat Division One hosts Carcroft Village 5-2. Daniel McNeil hit a double for the visitors with Liam Hughes, Daniel Sharp and Matthew Caton also chipping in. Danny Warboys and Gary Hodgson replied.
Premier Division strugglers Carpenters Arms bagged their first win of the season when beating Stag Inn Rovers, second bottom of Division Three, 5-3.
But there was no joy for fellow Premier Division strugglers Eden Grove, beaten 7-4 by Championship visitors The Vault whose goals were shared by Andrew Sides (2), Daniel Turner, Daniel Mays, Simon Manterfield, Kieron Ferguson and Luke Newton.
FC Cumberland beat FC Parklands 4-2 in an all-Division Two tie. Patrick McCoy, Jack Taylor, Craig Atkins and Phil Jackson were the Cumberland marksmen with Daniel Buzza netting both consolation goals.
Leaders Leopard crashed to a 7-2 defeat away to fifth-placed White Hart (Askern) in an all-Division Two tie.
FC Little Un beat fellow Division One strugglers Rossington Legion 4-2.
Championship leaders Eve’s Trust Dynamo’s beat FC Rossington Welfare 4-2.
Premier Division Rhino’s charged to an 8-2 win over Championship side FC Dunscroft. Mickey Devine led the way with a hat trick with Dennis Wiffen, Danny Porteous, Alex Rennie, Skeet Atkinson and Steve Athey also finding the net.
Division One strugglers Rhino’s United beat Palfreys Lodge, third in Division Two, 6-4.
Second-bottom Eden Arms won 4-2 away to second-placed Team 23 in an all-Division Two clash on the back of goals by Ash Barton (2), Danny Miller and Rob Earle.
High-flying Championship side The Askern dished out a 10-0 beating to Division Two strugglers Lokomotiv Danum, who are still without a win. Gareth Davies and Jake Holdsworth both claimed a hat trick with the rest of the goals being shared out by Jason Hadwin, Kristian Robson, Daniel Bell and Keil Embury,
Premier Division Armthorpe Albion suffered a 7-4 defeat away to Division One outfit The Railway.
Scott Gibson (2) and Ross Adamson were the Rosehill Press marksmen in their tie against Parklands Spartans.
Premier Division Wheatley Hotel claimed their first win of the season when inflicting a 5-1 defeat on fellow strugglers FC Glasshouse. Paul Jackson (2), Ryan Wattam, Gary Shaw and Sean Nicholls did the damage. Josh Green bagged the consolation.
Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes climbed into third spot in the Premier Division after beating fifth-placed Stainforth 5-2.
Highwayman bagged a 4-2 Division Two win at Bentley West End S&S thanks to goals by Jacob Jaye, Billy Worton, Glen Norton and David Swift.