Pinchbeck maintained their unbeaten start to the ChromaSport & Trophies Peterborough League campaign with a 4-2 victory over Holbeach Reserves on Tuesday.
Elliott Price and Adam Abell scored two apiece as they moved up to fifth in the Premier Division table.
Matt Cawthorne, who netted twice three days earlier when Holbeach Reserves won 4-1 at Crowland in the President Premier Shield, again found the target while Paul Newcombe scored for the third time in four games.
Moulton Harrox made it three draws in a row as they shared six goals at Leverington Sports, having drawn 2-2 with Thorney on Saturday.
Langtoft United suffered a reality check on Saturday as they lost 3-1 at ICA Sports.
Having won their debut fixture in the Premier Division against Peterborough Sports Reserves a week earlier, and then battled hard in defeat against much-fancied Oakham, the manner of the defeat disappointed manager Phil Gadsby.
Langtoft fell 2-0 behind but pulled one back when Dan Evans turned home from Calum Parker knock down.
Langtoft had strong appeals for a penalty waved away when Jordan Avis went down and ICA struck the killer blow 15 minutes from full-time.
n Wyberton made a superb start to their first season in the Lincolnshire League.
Gary Frost’s side joined the league after dominating the Boston and District League in recent seasons and they romped to a 4-0 victory over Ruston Sports.
Curtis Revell opened the scoring and could have made it 2-0 before a Ruston full-back chipped his own keeper for a bizarre own-goal.
Daniel White and Ben Jacques added second-half goals as Wyberton turned on the style.
Delighted boss Frost said: “We came flying out of the blocks and they didn’t know what hit them.
“We played really well but it will be tougher on Saturday when we travel to reigning champions Skegness Town.”