Local football: Fairfield Dynamo stun Wigston Car Breakers in Alliance League
Fairfield Dynamo produced the shock of the day in round three of the Billy Walton Cup.
The Division Two side scored a massive 8-1 victory over Premiership rivals Wigston Car Breakers.
Leon Doughty (4), Joe Latham (3) and Toby Warner were the stars for Fairfield, with Lee Barratt scoring the only goal for shell-shocked Car Breakers.
There was another huge win in the Billy Walton Cup, this time in round four. There was no upset though, as Premiership title hopes Star & Garter dominated from start to finish against Enderby Town.
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They triumphed 10-1 thanks to hat-tricks from George Himan, Kieron Linnett and substitute Dave Mee, and one from Jordan Lever.
Adam Laywood scored for Enderby with what was the last kick of the match.
FC Azzurri confirmed top spot in Group A of the Arthur Moore Cup, and a quarter-final place against Thurmaston WMP 2009, after an entertaining 8-5 win against FC Hoskins.
Ryan Allen helped himself to a hat-trick for the Division One pacesetters, with Leon Thraves (2), Alex Salter, Daniel Bull and Louis Finney-Neckles also getting in on the act.
In Group D, Advance Couriers gained three vital points as they edged out GT 4-3 thanks to goals from Ebony Asanti (2), Brady Hickey and Darren Wheeler. Adam Stacey (2) and Adam Taylor scored for GT.
This means that Advance need just a point from their final group game against Frolesworth United to qualify for the last eight.
KS Leicester Polska are through to the semi-finals of the EW Foster Cup with a 5-4 extra-time win against Ream Team.
Max Sciezka scored his first goal for Polska after just 15 seconds, with the others coming from Marek Dziopa (2), Lukasz Tabaka and a 98th-minute winner from Jarek Kwiatkowski.
Declan Towers (2), Paul Leaver and Luke Towers netted for Ream Team.
North Kilworth Sunday Reserves were in fine form as they thrashed Global Athletic 10-0. Lee Jones and Sam McKenna helped themselves to hat-tricks with Harry Hurst (2), Matt Guy and Chris Read completing the scoring.
LDA Spartans beat Clarendon Park Rangers 5-4 on penalties after the game finished 3-3. Sean Cooke (2) and Ben Spavins scored for Rangers, with Brad Downing (2) and Jacob Gregory on target for LDA.
In the Alliance Premiership, Sparta Moshdock missed the chance to go top after draw 3-3 with reigning champions Premier Sports Travel.
Aaron Preston (2) and Kyle Bryan scored for Sparta, with Mark Graham (2) and Ellis Myles on target for Premier.
FC Tumar are through to the Sunday Trophy final after beating Desford Athletic 4-1 in an all-Alliance League showdown.
Matt Kent, Paul Hancock, Andy Lewis and Chris Keeling were on target for Tumar.
AFC Royal Oak went down 5-4 to Oadby Athletic in their Sunday Vase semi-final. John Byrne, Chris Dexter, Shaun Doyle and Dan Maxwell were their scorers.
Inter Mivan remained top of Division Six after a 5-2 win over in-form LKS. Rav Dhillon (2), Harry Sandhu, Rakesh Sejpal and Sameer Abdullah got their goals with Andy Hawker and Will O'Keeffe replying.