THE Hoyle Cup saw some exciting action, but it all left league secretary John Mellor with a fixtures headaches as both ties ended in draws, needing replays.
Bay Athletic and Aimbry shared 10 goals in a thrilling match at Salendine Nook.
The game ended 5-5 after extra time – a fair reflection on the excellent season that both teams have so far enjoyed.
Bay are second in Division I while Aimbry top Division II with a 100% record.
The other tie saw Moldgreen Con play host to league newcomers Springhead.
Again it was a very tight affair and ended in a 2-2 draw.
Back in the league and leaders Moldgreen were able to open up a three-point lead over Bay, thanks to as 6-3 win over a battling Railway side.
McDonagh scored two Moldgreen goals and there were others for Joy, Beaumont, Smith and a Railway defender.
Mallinson, Potter and Moulds were on the scoresheet for Railway.
Harry Wood’s Syngenta Sports enjoyed one of their best days so far. They travelled to fourth-placed Netherton and won 7-2 – their fifth win in 14 games.
In Division II, high-flying Sovereign Sports were unstoppable against Ireti Athletic.
They won 12-0 at Deighton to narrow the gap with Aimbry at the top of the table.
The goals came from Fox (3), Carter (3), Chahal (2), Regis, Krol and Hamilton.