Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes finally booked their place in the last eight of the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League's Ernie Prince Memorial KO Cup after beating Wheatley Hotel 4-2 in their delayed third round tie.
Bentley Top Club took advantage of Tavern’s cup commitments to regain top spot in the Premier Division with a 4-3 win at third-placed Rossington Club – Django Gibbon, Mac Attard and Raheem Walker being among the goals.
Carpenters Arms climbed off bottom spot with a 4-1 win over Stainforth (Leigh Emmerson).
Goals by Jamie Cantrill, James Naylor and Stuart Preston helped Atletico Tap Maker post a 4-0 win at Eden Grove.
Championship leaders Rossington Welfare recorded the biggest win of the day (9-0) against Bay Horse & Bar.
Second-placed Eve’s Trust Dynamo’s also had their shooting boots on when beating bottom club Auckley 6-1.
Third-placed C&R Sports Bar beat visiting Bessacarr 4-0 on the back of goals by Lewis Brown (2), Liam Copley and Shea McConville.
Wheatsheaf (Doncaster) beat Rosehill Press 5-1. Ricki Temporol hit a hat trick with Kavan Gullet and Declan Archibold also netting. Michael Church replied.
Ryecroft Rovers retained their seven-point lead at the top of Division One with an 8-2 win at Scawthorpe United.
Second-placed Finningley Athletic scored six without reply at Balby Academy of Sport.
Balby Athletic, 8-2 winners over Rhino’s United, were also among the goals.
Third-placed The Railway, for whom Danny Butler bagged a brace, had to work harder for their 2-1 win at FC Ivanhoe.
Fourth-placed Parklands Spartans pipped Carcroft Village by the odd goal in nine.
Ryan Evans claimed three of the Spartans goals and Aaron Rhodes and Chris Levers a goal apiece.
Jack Waldron (2), Matthew Stanley and Zac Boiston were the Carcroft marksmen.
FC Little Un remain bottom despite beating fellow strugglers Rossington Welfare 5-2 to claim only their second league win of the season.
Callum Wakefield was Little Un’s hat trick hero. Brad Dwyer and Stephen Phillips also netted.
Dan Needham and Brad Atherton shared Legion’s consolation goals.
Palfrey’s Lodge took over top spot in Division Two on goal difference after beating fifth-placed FC Parklands 1-0.
Leaders Leopard dropped to second following their 3-1 home defeat against third-placed Three Horseshoes. Team 23 remain well placed following their 3-0 win over Bentley West End S&S.
A four-goal haul by Marcus Butler laid the foundations for White Hart’s 8-0 win at Highwayman. Mark Takac, Tom Noon, Gregg Bennett and Cal Huxtable also chipped in.
Goals by Neil Gosden, Lee Peterson and Michael Krol secured FC Cumberland a 3-0 win over AFC Schoolboy. Eden Arms lost 4-2 at Armthorpe Village.
Real Bridge (Mark Cooper) lost top spot in Division Three after tasting defeat (3-1) for only the second time this season at home to Sesku Miners Community.
Athletico Fairway took over top spot as a result of their 4-1 win at Pit Club.
A Mark Carter double and an Andrew Sheldrake strike earned Bechers Brook a 3-1 win at Stag Inn Rovers.