Leon Coleman stars for NRI in Alliance League
Leon Coleman was NRI's star in their 5-3 win over Webby's Wanderers in round three of the Billy Walton Cup.
Coleman struck four times, Tyrone Smith adding the other, to book NRI a tie with holders Advance Couriers.
Martin Sayer, Liam Towers and Keaton Towers scored for Webby's.
MDH Knights are also through to round four after beating North Kilworth Sunday 4-2. Dave Brennan (2), Simon Barby and Mikey Smith got the MDH goals. Gaz Harris and Adam Thomas scored for Kilworth.
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Premiership Glenfield Town, Sunday, were made to sweat against by Division Six White Eagles, but made it through after winning 3-2.
Joe Thomas netted a brace and Mitch Rowley notched his third of the season to seal matters. Danilo Trifunovic hit both goals for an excellent White Eagles side.
Oscars registered their fourth straight win in all competitions when they qualified for the last eight of the Arthur Moore Cup.
They overcame last season's beaten finalists Premier Sports Travel 5-2. Daniel Bennett (2), Tim Glenn, Adam Perkins and Tom Wood were their marksmen.
In the third round of the EW Foster Cup, Desford Athletic put the previous week's County Cup semi-final defeat behind them to beat AFC Bees Knees 2-0. Richard Bird and Ryan Shilton were their scorers.
Goals from Chris Dexter (2), Tom Scott (2), Shaun Doyle (2), Michael Haggerty, Jason Oliver and Chris Love helped AFC Royal Oak to an emphatic 9-1 win over FC City Of Leicester in the Stokes Cup.
Paul Angrave, Phil Dalby, Adam Brogan and Kev Jones netted for Monsell WMC as they beat Leicester Bharat Talbot 4-2. Dave Whitehead and Curtis Dawson claimed the Talbot goals.
In the big game of the day in the Premiership, Wigston Car Breakers beat Advance Couriers 1-0 to shoot straight to the top thanks to a stunning goal by Kieron Edwards.
Car Breakers have now completed the double over Advance, winning 1-0 both times.
GT defeated Sparta Moshdock 3-0 to move within two points of the leaders. Adam Taylor struck twice, including a penalty, and Craig Lynch added the other.
Division One leaders FC Azzurri comfortably beat Niffy Rangers 6-0 thanks to Ryan Allen (2), Rikki Bates, Daniel Bull, Louis Finney-Neckles and a debut goal from the bench for Phil Howard.
Fosse City remained second after they came from behind to beat Leicester Foxes 2-1. Foxes took a 1-0 lead thanks to Ryan Charles, but Jamie Barnett and Dean Wade struck to keep Fosse in the promotion hunt.