Dynamo turn on the style
Shepshed Dynamo moved up to fourth in the Premier Division thanks to a second-half performance that blew away Blackstones at the Dovecote.
The visitors created some chances but, on the half hour, Shepshed should have scored when Liam Fitzpatrick broke through but, instead of shooting, passed to Kieran Davies, who was a yard offside.
Half-time changes by Shepshed manager Chris White dramatically changed the game.
The home side pressed and broke the deadlock in the 53rd minute through Ryan Perkins.
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On the hour-mark, Fitzpatrick broke down the right and slipped the ball under keeper Richard Curtis.
Davies made it three after 70 minutes and Rob Mulonga came off the bench to complete the scoring in time added on.
Quorn ran riot against Irchester United at Farley Way, racking up an 8-2 victory to move up to third.
The visitors took the lead but Tyrone Kirk and Nathan Watson put Quorn 2-1 ahead at the break.
Kirk scored his second four minutes into the second-half before Kris Nurse recorded an 11-minute hat-trick.
Ilchester managed a second but Lee Sutton rounded off the scoring for rampant Quorn.
Oadby Town made it two wins from two games in Division One with a 5-2 success at Bourne.
Jon Stevenson, Michael Reeve (2), Jake Duffy and Oliver Brown-Hill were the Oadby marksmen.