The contest between Midland Amateur Alliance Premier Division runaway leaders AS Plant United, who boast a 100 per cent record, against bottom of the table Kirkby Athletic provided no upset as goals from Athletic’s Jake Cantrill and Joe Machin were answered in emphatic fashion by 11 from United.
Another side in trouble are Rainworth Rangers, who went down 4-2 to Trent Vineyard. Joe Hurford, Luke Collen, Sam Merry and Tommaso Faccio were the TV marksmen with Ryan Martin’s double representing the Rangers’ reply.
Just one fixture survived waterlogged pitches in Division Two which saw Old Elizabethans II net six goals against Steelers, whose solitary reply came from Leon Harman.
Notts FA Intermediate Cup holders Old Elizabethans reached round three with a 4-1 victory against Radcliffe Olympic Reserves, who were hit by goals from George Simpson, Callum Wilkinson, Aston Marsh and Tom Blaney.
There were mixed results for MAA teams in the Derbyshire FA Junior Cup.
Alvaston United reached round three with a resounding 7-1 victory over Willington Sports, thanks to a Callum Cossey hat-trick, together with solitary strikes from Lewis Chantler, Neil Ainsley, Steven Hawkridge and Nathan Cossey.
In contrast AFC South Wingfield 93 tasted defeat for the first time this season when Jason Miles netted their only goal against three from Sherwin while Old Bemrosians conceded an unlucky 13 against Derby City Corinthians without finding a solitary reply.