Alliance League football: Oscars are the stars as they close in on quarter-final spot
The game of the day in the Arthur Moore Cup saw Oscars beat Star & Garter 3-2 in Group C.
Goals from Tim Glenn (2) and Adam Perkins cancelled out strikes from Kieran Linnett and George Himan as Oscars inflicted a second defeat in this competition for the hosts.
A point in their final game will be enough for Oscars to qualify for the quarter-finals, if Royale Barcabullona do not pick up three points against Star & Garter.
Two goals apiece by Louis Finney Neckles and Ryan Allen helped FC Azzurri win 5-2 against Enderby Town in Group A, Rikki Bates with the fifth.
In Group B, Niffy Rangers beat Leicester Foxes 5-4 thanks to Nathan Keenan (2), Rory Cuthbert, Chris Moran and an own-goal.
In the EW Foster Cup preliminary rounds, AC Wigston caused a stir when they beat Division Two side Aylestone Athletic 4-3, Chris Freeman (2), Matt O'Malley and Daniel Blackshaw with the goals.
Jonny Davison's double helped Horse to a 3-1 win against Fairfield Athletic, Henry Stuart with the third while Leigh Syrrett netted for Fairfield.
In the preliminary round of the Stokes Cup, Hat & Beaver won 3-1 on penalties against Red Admiral, while Mark J Rees are also through after a 3-0 win against Wigston Rangers.
CSKA Carnabys Reserves enjoyed a comfortable 5-0 win against Countesthorpe United, Adam Dakin (2), Dave Thompson, Andy Pettit and Afzal Razak all on target.
The only game in the Premiership saw Glenfield Town make it seven points from their last three games with a 9-4 win against bottom side Magna 73 Rangers.
Sheldon Dodd hit a hat-trick for Glenfield, with further goals from Adam Parry (2), Wayne Calver (2), Nick Varnam and Chris Cockram.
In Division Two, MDH Knights went to the top of the table after a 6-0 win against Huncote Sunday, David Brennan (3), Tom Dunne, Lee Stevens and Simon Barby doing the damage.
KS Leicester Polska dropped their first points of the season when they were held to a 2-2 draw against Magna 2012, while Jamie Dunkley, Will O'Keeffe and Ryan Rowley all scored as Saffron Lounge Bar beat Fairfield Dynamo 3-2.
In Division Three, Oakfield Old Boys remained top after beating Wigston United 4-2.
Phil Hinson, Dave Adkins, Matt Paige and Chris Powney got the goals for the hosts, with Craig Walsh and Danny Robinson netting for Wigston.
Sam Kilsby and Kelvin Phillips scored for Fleckney Athletic as they drew 2-2 with The Gate Hangs Well. Shane Birt's hat-trick helped St Marks to a 4-1 win against Phoenix United.