PREMIER Division Adam & Eve reached in the second round of the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League’s KO Cup with a 4-0 win over Division One Askern Railway.
Canal Tavern (Darren Brown 2, Scott Lambert and Lee Pearson) won 4-1 at Division One Adwick Park Rovers.
High-flying AFC Rovers (Matthew Findley 2, Stuart Gibbard) also cleared the first round hurdle with a 3-0 victory over Division Two rivals Rosehill Press.
Division Three outfit Armthorpe Village beat Division Four rivals Yorkshire Grey 5-4. Graham Horne, Byran Wright, Gavidn Grayson and Chris Passmore all netted for the winners.
Barnby Dun All Stars accounted for Crown Hotel ( Gareth Hopps, Michael Curtis) 4-2 in an all-Division Five battle.
Division One Park Social romped to a 5-0 win at Division Two Brodsworth United. Rhino’s (Joe Hodgson, Dean Daffin, Danny Whte) beat Bullcroft S&P 4-3 on penalties after the game had ended 3-3.
Division Three Ingram Arms (Brendan Jeffrey, Martin Walker) beat Division One Carcroft Village 2-1. Styrupp lost 4-3 at Carpenters Arms. Edlington Top Club made progress with a 3-1 win over Corner Pin.
Hatfield Chace (Rob Fletcher 2) beat derby rivals Hatfield Woodhouse (Aiden Davies, Stuart Howell) 5-4 on penalties after the game had ended in a 2-2 stalemate.
Inter-Debs handed out a 4-1 beating to Balby Rovers. Oleska Robson, Richard Crawforth, Carl Hinsley and Scott Milbourn shared out the Division Five side’s goals with Andrew Ward replying for Rovers.
Championship side Sprotbrough recorded the biggest win (13-0) of the round at home to Division Four strugglers Harvester. Richard Smith helped himself to six of the goals with Daniel Naylor and Lee Wilson both bagging a brace. Craig Allen, Matthew Mears and Martyn Severn also netted.
Conisbrough Conyers chalked up a 4-0 win at The Vault thanks to goals by Brett Green, Ben Redfearn (2) and an own goal.
Andrew Bembridge and Glen Hookway secured Windmill a 2-0 win at Stag Inn.
Wesley Nixon 2, and Chris Cork earned Stainforth a 3-1 win over Sportsman Inter-Stella. James Faulkiner and Andy Turton scored the Tank consolation goals in their 4-2 defeat at home to Rossington United.