Pinchbeck United needed extra-time to see off Skegness Town in the Lincs FA Junior Cup.
Oliver Maltby and Louis Saebe scored the goals that saw Pinchbeck edge through for a last 16 clash with Moulton Harrox.
Harrox progressed with a 4-1 victory over Skegness United thanks to goals from Billy King, Matthew Rose, Joe Townsend and substitute David Wilson.
Long Sutton went out after a 3-1 extra-time defeat to CGB Humbertherm.
Timothy Lowe got the Sutton goal but was later sent off with four of his team-mates being booked.
Spalding Town ran out 3-2 winners at Market Rasen thanks to goals from Gary Booth, Scott Burrell and Ryan Wheeler.
Meanwhile, Sutton St James kept up their 100 per cent start to the season with a 4-1 win over Farmers Arms in the Hardy Sheen Cup.
The competition is a divisional knockout cup for Division Two and Three teams in the West Norfolk Scaffolding Sunday League and provides those teams with a great opportunity to reach a final.
Ash Godfrey scored twice while Lee Jackson and Alan Burch also found the net as Sutton reached the quarter-finals in a tournament where they are one of the favourites.
Tydd St Mary registered their first win of the season with a close 2-1 win at Elm.
The win will do wonders for Tydd’s confidence as they take their place in the draw for the quarter final, thanks to Ryan Andrews and Dan Ewing. Steve Rogers notched Elm’s consolation.
CR Eastern eased into the quarter-finals with a 7-1 win at a lacklustre Fleet. Marcus Gilbertson did get Fleet going, but it was never enough as Curtis Morais (2), Travis Toll (2), Ben Swales, Daniel Kerry and Michael Docherty all sent Eastern roaring through.
Horsepigs were rampant at Long Sutton, recording an emphatic 8-1 away win. Paul Newcombe scored for Sutton, but it was nowhere near enough as Damien Teal (3), John Murphy (2), Paul Richardson, Karl Tansley and Matty Wright wrapped up the points.
In the Spalding Sunday League, it was a case of sweet 16 for Jubilee as they hammered Punchbowl Tigers 16-2.
Jamie Cartlidge scored a hat-trick and there were doubles for Ashley Elderkin and Matthew Hempsall.
Three substitutes – Declan Earth, Paul Rudkin and Louis Steadman – found the net as Jubilee turned on the style.
There were three 5-0 wins in the John Chappell Shield. Sutton Bridge saw off Brennans Sports with Jake Lally scoring and also being sent off.
Matthew Eaton, Ben Partridge, Kurt Scott and Joseph Sutton also scored for Sutton.
Swineshead Institute’s 5-0 victory over Mulberry was helped by red cards for Kristen Shearman and Robert Whittaker, while Class 6 beat Spalding Seas End Wanderers 5-0.
Swineshead provided the Boston League’s highlight in the Lincs Junior Cup with a 3-0 win at Fulbeck where Alex Snaith grabbed a hat-trick.
Kirton Town’s improved run of form continued with a 2-1 win at Old Leake in the Taylors Garages Premier Division.
Wyberton Reserves lost 2-1 at home to Fishtoft, despite going ahead through Nicky Syndercombe.
Taylors Peugeot Division One leaders Swineshead Reserves were held to a 2-2 draw by improving Fosdyke.
Another draw saw Sutterton and Old Doningtonians share six goals with Reece Fletcher Lovelace, Mark Lovelace and Jason Allen scoring for Sutterton.
Holbeach Bank are in trouble at the bottom of Taylors Ford Division Two following an 11-0 thumping by Swineshead A. Charlie Eccott and George Bakes scored five and four respectively with Luis Ferreira and Dan Ryecraft also scoring.
Kirton Town Reserves beat Spalding Harriers 4-0 thanks to goals from Robbie Sansam, Darren Elding, Alex Cammack and Richard Borrill.
FC Kirton came out on top of a seven-goal thriller at Westside Rangers.
In Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Pointon A drew 1-1 at Friskney Reserves.