Round-up of the weekend action in the Lincolnshire Junior Cup and Peterborough League
Crowland Town had double cause for celebration in Saturday's Lincolnshire Junior Cup clashes.
The first team negotiated a potentially tricky trip to lower level Deeping United to book their place in the third round where they will be joined by their reserve team who ran out 5-3 away winners at Tydd's second string.
A strong start to each half laid the foundations for the first team's 4-0 victory against their Division Three hosts.
Danny Firth headed two goals inside the opening five minutes for the Premier Division side before completing his hat-trick early in the second half.
An own goal then secured the win as Deeping - who had a second half goal from Steve Jucikas disallowed - were unable to claim another scalp after defeating Boston League Premier Division side Spilsby Town in the last round.
The reserves overturned a two-goal first half deficit against Tydd's second string who netted through Kyle Davis (2) and Ben Gibbons in the 5-3 home reversal.
Jake Woodward hit a hat-trick for Crowland with Mantas Paskevicius bagging a brace to secure their first win of the season after six successive league losses.
Tydd's first team made it through to the next round after being handed a walkover win against Grimsby Borough Development A.
Deeping United Reserves also conceded their clash at Limestone Rangers as did Thurlby Tigers who had been due to travel to Briggensians.
Pinchbeck United Reserves progressed after a tidy 3-1 home win over Scamblesby thanks to goals from Musa Conteh, Ryan Wheeler and Rowan Woodward. The Knights did have Elliott Ramsden red-carded.
Deeping Rangers Reserves were 3-2 away winners at Skegness Town's second string in a contest where all the goals came in the second half.
Ben Porter, Dan Evans and Keelan Walker were on target for the Clarets who finished the match with 10 men after Walker's dismissal.
Holbeach Bank lost 2-0 at Boston League side Park United while Rippingale & Folkingham produced an excellent effort while being beaten 3-2 away at Lincolnshire League side Grantham Town Academy.
After falling behind in the fifth minute, they levelled through James Ferrow before Grantham regained the lead midway through the first half.
The hosts increased their advantage on the stroke of half-time before Michael Hasler hit their second goal after the break.
They continued to push for an equaliser but their efforts proved in vain as their step seven hosts held out to progress.
Boston League side Spalding Harriers went down to a 3-1 home defeat against Lincolnshire League side Grimsby Borough.
Ivaylo Raychev netted the goal for the Harriers who finished the match with 10 men after Davy Reid's red card.
Holbeach United Reserves moved within two points of top spot in the Peterborough League Premier Division after a derby win away at Long Sutton.
Josh Ling and Joe Millinson netted for the Tigers who have now won five and drawn one of their last six league games.
Ryan Alexander was on the target for the Magpies who had Jake Lally sent off after collecting two cautions.
Holbeach United Sports were 1-0 away winners at Oakham Reserves in Division Two thanks to a goal from Jack Greenacre.
Long Sutton Reserves lost 5-2 away at Stanground Sports despite goals from Jak Turner and Ryan Cousins.
Josh Panks hit the consolation goal for Deeping Rangers Development in their 7-1 home loss to Park Farm Pumas in Division Five while Deeping United A were beaten 4-2 at home by FC Hampton A.
Pinchbeck United A were beaten in a remarkable 17-goal thriller with unbeaten Nene Park Feeder who ran out 9-8 winners to record their fifth successive victory.
Holbeach Bank were beaten 5-4 in their Boston League Division Three match at Eagle Reserves despite goals from Claudia and Irinel Burtia, John Cardwell and Kyle Marshall. South Lincolnshire Swifts lost 9-0 at home to Ancaster Athletic.
CSKA Emneth continue to set the pace at the top of the Spalding Sunday League after a 10-0 away win at Jubilee.
Toby Allen hit a hat-trick for the league leaders with Ryan Dennis (2), Joe Reed (2), Jake Miller, Oliver Williams and Jake Denzey-Reeve also on target.
AFC Moulton Seas End lost by a staggering 23-0 at home to Lincoln-based Rustons United in the county Sunday Cup while South Holland Orange lost 2-1 against Sleaford AFC.
Nations United conceded their clash away at Wragby.