Boston Saturday Football League
BB Insure Willoughby Cup
Woodhall Spa were knocked out of the cup in no uncertain terms, with visitors Old Leake triumphing 6-0 with three goals in each half.
Callum Lawe struck first from a free-kick before Scott Mackay added a second from the penalty spot after Kane Watson had his shirt pulled. Kane Watson grabbed the third before the break.
It was Watson again in the second half to make it 4-0 before Callum Lawe ventured forward from his central defensive position to force home the fifth following a goalmouth scramble. Patrick Kacirek had the final say when he netted the sixth and final goal.
Referee Mark Thomson handled the game well and contributed to both sides palying the game in a superb spirit.
Premier outfit Coningsby suffered a similar fate, going down 3-0 in a shock defeat to First Division Old Doningtonians.
The Old Dons produced their performance despite having leading goal scorer Chris Wing missing from their line-up through injury.
Coningsby, also missing some key players due to a wedding celebration, had no answer to The Dons who held a 2-0 lead at half-time thanks to goals from Andy Slaughter and Ollie Gedney. A second half strike from Jordan Watson sealed a great win for Old Dons.
Spilsby Town recovered from going a goal behind to go through when they entertained Skegness Town Reserves in a local derby clash.
Josh Whittam had given Skegness the lead before Spilsby hit back in the second half to book their place in the semi-finals following second half strikes from Tom Watson, Michael Hardy and Lee Boulton.
The other tie between Friskney and Swineshead Institute was postponed due to a waterlogged playing surface.