AFC Kempston moved three points clear at the top of the ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division on Tuesday night with a 2-1 success at Kirby Muxloe.
Goals from Sam Johnson and Dom Marsala gave the Walnut Boys a `double` with Aaron Love the home marksman.
Cogenhoe United were 3-2 derby winners at Sileby Rangers with a Taylor Orosz brace and Danny Harmon effort, Adam Moussi scoring both Sileby goals on his debut.
Wisbech Town beat Boston Town 3-2 at the Elgoods Stadium with Danny Beaumont, Scott Johnson and Michael Frew on the scoresheet for the Fenmen and Alex Beck and Craig Parker replying for the Poachers.
Northampton Spencer obtained quick revenge for their weekend defeat by Wellingborough Town with a 2-1 success in the Dog & Duck return.
First half goals from Luke Stone and Ryan Ansell gave the Millers the points with Will Muzvimbiri reducing the arrears after the break.
The match between Rothwell Corinthians and Holbeach United was abandoned after 73 minutes due to an injury to Tigers defender Nick Jackson with Corinths 4-1 ahead.
Sean Coughlan gave Holbeach an early lead but goals from Ryan Goodband, Kalon Peniasko, Dom Page and Jordan Henson had Corinths in charge at the time of call off.
In Division One Lutterworth Athletic and Long Buckby drew 1-1 at Hall Lane where Sam Young’s penalty opener for Athletic was matched by a stoppage time own goal from home keeper Alec Hill.
Eynesbury Rovers won 4-0 at holders Godmanchester Rovers in the Huntingdonshire Senior Cup semi-final to book a final against St Ives Town.
Two Matt Bannister goals and one apiece from Lee Bassett and Owen Dixon won the tie for Rovers.
In the Hinchingbrooke Cup semi-final two Josh Moreman goals gave Division One side Peterborough Sports a 2-1 home win over Premier Division neighbours Yaxley, who replied through Phil Stebbing.