A LEE Holmes hat-trick helped Rossington Main sweep aside Division One Travellers FC 6-1 in their Doncaster Senior League STC Challenge Cup first round tie.
James Batchelor, Thomas Jepson and Dean Thornton also netted for the winners. Craig Hobson replied for the South Kirkby side.
Premier Division leaders AFC Sportsman Rovers, opened up a seven-point gap at the top of the table after a 3-2 success at rivals Maltby MW.
Toby Dwyer, Philip Whitehead and Andrew Wood, scored for Rovers, with Luke Hirst and Tom Salt narrowing the gap.
A triple scoring burst from Jamie Walker helped Yorkshire Main cause an upset with a 4-2 win at FC Thorne Town. David Cornthwaite adding the other goal with Glyn Powell twice reducing the arrears.
Luke Chambers scored the only goal of the game when Sutton Rovers won away at Adwick Park Rangers A.
South Elmsall United Services beat Bawtry Town 5-2. Callum Hardy bagged a brace of goals with Dave Davies, Lee Ford and Mark McDermott also chipping in. Karl Lloyd and Simon Minskill replied.
A hat-trick by Adam Cameron helped lay the foundations for Kinsley Boys’ 5-0 triumph at Swinton Station Athletic. Joe Clarke and Jake Unwin were their other marksmen.
There were some shocks in Division One with leaders Upton Brookside going down 3-1 at Woodlands Rhinos, for whom Joel Smith (2) and Thomas Costello netted. Luke Smith claimed the Brookside consolation.
Second-placed Carcroft Village lost in nine-goal thriller with Hemsworth Town.
Kyle Lacey notched a hat-trick for Town with John Probert and Billy Hicks also finding the target. Kieron Bridges, Darren Fiedor, Joe Fisher and Shaun Mundy narrowed the gap before Hemsworth keeper Craig Webster saved an 80th minute penalty.
Bottom club Adwick Park Rangers B, caused an upset with a 4-3 victory at high-riding Hatfield Main. Curtis Cranfield (2), Daniel Hulley and Byron McDermott shared out their goals with Gary Eades, Russell White and Michael Patching replying.
Bawtry Town Reserves came from 2-0 down to pip ISG Doncaster 3-2.
Roger Bows scored twice for Town with Paul Nicholson adding the other goal - Szczerba claimed both ISG goals.
FC Tavern beat South Kirkby Colliery B by the odd goal in three courtesy of goals by Chris Dyer and Geoff Smith. Alan Taylor was the Colliery marksman.
Lee McVeigh and Matt Brunyee both scored twice as Bramley Sunnyside triumphed 7-1 at Edlington Rangers. Ian Donnelly, Scott Hayes and Zak Lawton also got in on the act. Dave Wheldon scored the Edlington consolation.