Punchbowl Tigers went goal crazy in their Spalding Sunday League match at SAS Wanderers, storming to a remarkable 16-1 victory.
Tom Elderkin and Martin Sandall both had their shooting boots on as they each netted seven of the goals against the Sutterton-based side in the Division 1 clash on Sunday.
The other goals came courtesy of an Aidan Moore brace, while Chris Ayre netted the consolation strike for Wanderers.
Meanwhile, struggling South Holland Utd slumped to their seventh straight loss of the campaign, going down 9-0 at Jubilee and they remain bottom of the league without a point.
Jason Chilvers led the scoring for Jubilee with two goals, with Leigh Boekestyn, Dan Brackenbury, Jack and Luke Chilvers, Matthew Mineill and
Daniel Nichols also on target.
Finally, Leisure League had a comfortable 5-0 stroll over Swineshead Institute Sunday at Monks House Lane.
McCauley Grimwood, Davy Shepherd and George Smith were all on the mark in a game which saw Swineshead’s Andy Baker sent off.
In Boston Taylors Vauxhall Third Division action, it was another repeat of the Barnett Show for Old Doningtonians Reserves who beat Spalding Harriers 2-1.
This time it was son Luke, rather than dad Andy, who grabbed the headlines.
Harriers held a 1-0 half-time lead before the experience of Andy Barnett got his side back on level terms 10 minutes into the second half when he curled in an equaliser direct from a corner.
Barnett junior then converted a rebound off the home keeper to grab the winning goal.