SUTTON Rovers found their shooting boots in extra-time to save themselves from embarrassment when they entertained Division One Bawtry Town Reserves in their Doncaster Senior League Sheffield Trophy Centre FA Challenge Cup tie to run out 7-2 winners.
Mitchell Wain notched a hat trick for Rovers, with Luke Chambers (2), James Conway and Carlo Peynado also on target for the Premier Division side.
One Premier Division did bite the dust, however, Yorkshire Main being pipped by the odd goal in seven at home by Ackworth United.
Michael Crookes bagged a brace for United with Callum Green and Saul Jones doubling their tally.
James Cheswick, James Walker and Peter Walmsley shared out the Main goals.
A goal in each half by Paul Hemmingway gave AFC Sportsman a 2-0 success over Hemsworth Town.
In the Premier Division, Retford Town bounced back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory at FC Thorne Town.
Lee Garner and Dan House shared out their goals with Lee Drobac replying. Maltby MW moved into third spot in the table after a 5-2 win at Bawtry Town. Paul Bielby (2), Paul Slater, Shaun Edwards and Luke Hirst shared out the Town goals.
Kinsley Boys came from 2-0 down to beat Adwick Park Rangers 5-3.
Adam Cameron and Joby Hammond both hit a double with Josh Appleton also chipping in with a goal.
Gary Mundy (2) and Ben Hodgson were the Rangers’ marksmen. A brace by Karl Lang helped Rossington Main triumph 4-2 at Edlington Town.
Luke Dunstan and Dean Thornton also found the net with Craig Sticklen and Dean Wilburn replying.
South Elmsall United Services accounted for Doncaster Deaf 5-1.
Dave Davies hit the target twice with Mark McDermott, Steve Nutter and Lance Walsh completing the tally.
Division One leaders Upton Brookside went down 6-2 at Hatfield Main. Russell White led the way with a hat-trick with Gary Eades (2) and Craig Miller also getting in on the act.
Carl Wilson and Luke Smith shared out the Main goals.
Strikes from Joe Fisher, Shaun Mundy, Mike Astbury and Dale Kershaw, earned Carcroft Village a 4-2 success at Hemsworth MW. a
The win saw them lose the gap at the top to one point with three games in hand.
Bramley Sunnyside are in third spot after a 7-3 victory over Woodlands Rhinos. Matt Brunyee and Lee McVeigh both bagged a brace for the winnners.
Ian Donnelly, Scott Hayes and John Donnelly completing the Sunnyside goal tally. Christopher Hancock, Mark Brown and Tom Costello all chipped in with goals for the losers.
An own goal led to ISG Doncaster coming out on top 2-1 at Edlington Rangers. Sebastian Millinski added the ISG goal with Mark Barkham replying.
David Sharpe notched a hat-trick for Travellers FC in a 7-2 conquest of FC Tavern.
Craig Hobson and Ricky Gaskell both struck twice to complete the scoring.
Chris Myers and Scott Soul shared out the Tavern consolation goals.