Local football: Shock win for Monsell WMC in Alliance League
Monsell WMC pulled off a major shock in the third round of the Billy Walton Cup.
The Division Five side beat Fosse City, of Division One, 2-1 after extra-time.
Kev Jones got both Monsell goals, while Jamie Barnett struck for Fosse.
Ross Hollingsworth returned from injury to score twice for AFC Bees Knees in their 4-2 success over Global Athletic.
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Adam Hollingsworth and Darren Jepson got the others, while John Snashall and Kris Mort netted for Global
A Courtney Hill strike was the only positive St Marks took from their Cup game against AFC Royal Oak.
Chris Love's hat-trick eased Oak through to the next round, with Michael Haggerty also on target.
Thurmaston WMP 2009 cruised to a 4-0 win over Desford Athletic and will now face Oscars in a mouth-watering fourth-round tie.
Chad Winfield (2), Luke Winfield and Gavin Williamson were on target for the Division 1 title chasers.
In the Arthur Moore Cup, Enderby Town beat FC Hoskins 3-0 to qualify for the quarter-finals, where they will face Wigston Car Breakers. Sam Miller, Tom Marrs and Stuart Iddisah were on the scoresheet.
Wigston Car Breakers thrashed Sparta Moshdock 5-1 in the Premiership to extend their lead at the top to three points.
Lee Barratt (2), Shane Elliott, Ashley Keohane and Dan Geary all struck. For Sparta, it is a defeat that looks to have dented their title charge.
Star & Garter looked to have secured an important three points as they led 3-1 with 10 minutes to go against a depleted GT outfit. But Darren Taylor's neat finish on 87 minutes secured GT a point in a 3-3 draw.
GT took the lead through Jimmy Latham but Star roared back thanks to a penalty from George Himan and Fran Finnemore.
Himan struck again at the near post before half-time to make it 3-1 and that looked to be that. But Wes Griffin headed in at the near post on 80 minutes before Taylor secured an unlikely point.
Leicester Foxes moved up to fourth in Division One after a 3-2 win against fellow promotion hopefuls Royal Barcabullona.
Ben Trinder, Sam Craig and Jamie Aston notched their goals with Jack Sutherland and Pete Farmer replying.
Fairfield Dynamo inflicted a first Division Two defeat on MDH Knights.
They won 4-3 thanks to Jake Wain (2), Toby Warner and Tom Marriott.