Hot-shot Brody blasts five in huge victory for Duke
There was a high five from Liam Brody in Hardy and Draper Carpets Division One.
Brody scored five times for Duke of Rutland Reserves in their 11-2 win against Monsell Rangers.
Brody has now scored nine goals in the opening two games for Duke.
Adam Smith netted a brace for Westfield Wanderers to help them to a 4-1 win at Enderby Social.
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Cross Keys beat Market Bosworth Town 3-0 with Tom Smith managing to score two of them.
Aran Gosling got the winner for FC Union in the second-half to earn his side a 2-1 victory at Tin Hat.
In the Bond Street Trophies Premier Division, hot-shot Marley Henry continued his fine run of form with a hat-trick for Research Garage in their 5-0 win over Albion.
Sporting Dynamo triumphed 3-2 at Ashby Tavern, Rich Lewis on target twice for Dynamo.
Promoted Ellis Park have won both their opening games, their latest being 2-1 at Swan and Hove.
In Towergate Insurance Division Two, Rowson scored all three goals for Anchor Inn in their 3-3 draw against Dunton Broughton. Rob Darragh came off the bench to equalise for Dunton.
Blaby Foxes bounced back from their heavy defeat of the previous week to beat Thornton St Peters 4-3 at home. Higgs netted the winner for the Foxes on 85 minutes.
Nico Moore opened the scoring for Sportsman in the second-half, and his team went on to record a 3-0 success over Sporting Dynamo Reserves.
Barlestone St Giles thrashed FC Chequers 7-1 in PWS Leicester Ltd Division Three. Robottom was their top scorer with a double.
Thurlaston Magpies Reserves recovered from 2-1 down at the interval to beat NKF Weavers 3-2 . Cocks, Draycott and Turner were their marksmen.
In Easy Laundry Division Four, Earl Shilton Town twice came from behind, with goals from Tom Golt and Dean Smith, to draw 2-2 away with Blacksmiths Arms. Kev Thomas scored twice for the Arms.
Kyle Newell netted a treble as FC Topps beat Plough Inn, Bruntingthorpe, 4-2.