Hoskins pile on more misery for Magna with cup-tie blitz
FC Hoskins began their Arthur Moore Cup campaign in blistering fashion.
They beat Magna 73 Rangers 5-0 in Group A, Neil Ball (2), Dave Coleman, Nick Miller and Neil Sills scoring for the Mowmacre side.
For Magna, this was their sixth consecutive defeat.
In the other game Group A game, Fosse City and Enderby Town drew 4-4.
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Nathan Williams (2), Dean Wade and an own goal made up the Fosse tally, while Jack Green, Alex Barraclough, George Young and Sam Miller netted for Enderby.
The stand-out result in Group B was NRI's 3-0 win over Premiership title challengers Wigston Car Breakers.
Lee Stafford, with a thumping 22-yard free kick, Leon Coleman and Earl Murray were their marksmen.
Thurmaston WMP 2009 thrashed Niffy Rangers 7-1. Eddie Appleton fired a hat-trick while Conner Packwood (2), Ross Wormleighton and goalkeeper Ashley Price also got in on the act.
In Group C, last season's beaten finalists, Premier Sports Travel, beat Royale Barcabullona 6-0 thanks to Ellis Myles (2), Adam Dyke, Rich Gerald, Zach Harris and a 30 yard rasper from Frazer North.
Sparta Moshdock kept their hopes of a quarter-final place alive by beating holders Advance Couriers 4-3. Will Robinson, Aaron Preston, Mark Preston and Sam Gillespie were the scorers.
Star & Garter went top of the Premiership but were made to work hard against Frolesworth United before winning 5-4.
George Himan moved into double figures for the season by striking a hat-trick.
New signing Jake Limbert claimed the others. Harry Simmons (2), Callum Wills and Martin Fennon netted for Frolesworth.
FC Azzurri beat Leicester Foxes OB 5-3 in Division One, and look like being the main challengers to Thurmaston WMP 2009.
Stef Stapleton struck twice on his debut for the Knighton Park side with Dean Edwards, Tony Fitzpatrick and Daniel Bull also netting.
Matt Shuter, Chris Saunt and Charles Darlison were on target for Foxes.
North Kilworth Sunday are flying high at the top of Division Two following their 5-2 win over Horse.
Despite Mike Tuxford scoring a double for Horse, Kilworth took the points thanks to goals from Kev Fisher (2), Luke Wedgbury, Jed Downing and Chris Jelley.
KS Leicester Polska dismantled Huncote Sunday 5-0 thanks to Lukasz Tabaka (2), Przyemslaw Pzrermaw, Radek Gaglewski and Mark Chater.