A five-star display made it five wins out of five for Moulton Harrox in the ChromaSport & Trophies Peterborough and District League’s Premier Division.
They beat Crowland Town on Tuesday night with Ryan Wheeler’s goal supporting doubles from Ian Bradbury and Adam Abell.
Moulton followed up the 4-1 victory at Ketton when Ben Allen (2), Joe Townsend and Bobby Patterson were on target.
Crowland were thrashed 6-0 at Whittlesey Athletic on Saturday while Pinchbeck United went down 3-0 away to Peterborough Sports’ reserves.
Steve Barnes, Daniel Dougill, Sam Deykin and Cymon Lambe shared the goals as Holbeach United’s reserves won 4-0 at Uppingham Town.
Mixed fortunes for Deeping Rangers’ reserves saw them lose 3-0 at home to Peterborough ICA Sports after a 9-3 victory against Riverside.
David Burton-Jones and Daniel Ireland got hat-tricks, Matt Carter added two and Daniel Powell also scored.
Langtoft United were 3-0 winners at Ketton following Saturday’s 6-1 defeat away to Stilton United.
Spalding United’s reserves are one point off the top of Division One after their fourth win of the season.
Goals from Jake Farrell, Jamie Cartlidge and Adam Braybrook earned a 3-1 win on Tuesday at Long Sutton Athletic who replied through Matt Cawthorn.
Spalding bounced back from Saturday’s 4-2 defeat at Wisbech’s reserves after going 2-0 up through Lewis McKue and Jack Wycherley.
Long Sutton lost by the same scoreline at Kings Cliffe with goals for Samuel Moses and Daniel Goddard.
Substitutes Jamie Griffin and Jake Lally got doubles as Sutton Bridge United beat Warboys Town 6-1. The other marksmen were Matt Eaton and Ben Partridge.
Baston won 5-0 away to Langtoft United but then lost 6-2 at Stamford Lions.
There were heavy defeats for Crowland Town reserves, Pinchbeck United reserves and Spalding Town in Division Two.
Tydd St Mary started their Division Three season off in style with a 4-2 home win over Riverside Reserves.
The visitors took the lead on 38 minutes when a poorly-weighted back-pass by Ian Thrower presented the striker with a one-on-one which was converted past keeper David Cooper.
However, Tydd drew level just three minutes later when Daniel Piccaver fired home.
It took just two minutes from the re-start for Tydd to take the lead through Scott Pemberton.
Joshua Slator made it 3-1 and Pemberton added his second before Luke Tordoff conceded a penalty which was duly despatched.
Manager Carl Wilson said: “There are still things we need to work on and a few players to come back but all in all this was a good win in difficult conditions, so there is plenty to build on for the season ahead.”
Jonthan Turner struck four times as Holbeach Bank ran out 5-2 winners against AFC Stanground’s reserves in Division Four.
Long Sutton’s reserves beat Rutland DR 6-1 as Whaplode Drove went down 2-0 at home to FC Peterborough.