Apsley Athletic are through to the semi-finals of the Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup after a goal from Adam Rowe earned them a 1-0 win over Unathletico Madrid in the quarters.
Elsewhere, Flaunden stormed into the BSFL Steve Norwood Cup semis thanks to a 6-3 win at FC Jubilee. Matt Bateman and Ed Canham bagged a brace apiece, with Matt Dean and Adam Moulster also on target.
Doves United were the big winners in the BSFL Premier Division as they thrashed Berko Tornadoes 6-1 courtesy of goals from Stefan Owen-Edwards, Jack Watts, Connor Deadman, Adiel Mannion, Jordan Frederick and Ryan Cole.
Comets Sports Club were also on form as a double from Joel Williams and one from Leo Mullet earned a 3-0 victory over Leverstock Green Corinthians.
There was only one game in BSFL Division One this week, with Greenacres II running out 4-1 winners against Jam United thanks to strikes from Keii Lewis (2), Callum Jones and Rhys Stonebank.
BSFL Division Two saw Robin Hood romp to a 5-1 win at Berko Athletic Reserves as Lewis Taylor, Tommy North, Dom Banks, Martyn Travers and Matt Brace all found the net.
Berko Tornadoes Reserves had Calum Lindsay and Lyndon Lakey to thank for a 2-1 victory over Comets Sports Club Reserves, while Tommee Seaton, Shaun Stevens and Josh Burt were the scorers for Greenacres Tavern in their 3-2 win against The Queens Head.
The other game in the division ended in a 3-0 triumph for Landrovers against Old Bell Athletic; James Wallman, Kieran Ingram and Dave Wates doing the damage.
Ollys Athletic went goal crazy in BSFL Division Three, thumping The Midland 9-1 with efforts from Nick Jackson (3), Marcus Tower (2), Sean Hanson, Cawley Tower, Glen Walsh and Ross Patterson.
A hat-trick from Rhys Cassidy and further efforts from Haydn Cassidy and Paul Bryson secured a 5-2 win for Boxmoor at Berko Tornadoes A, while Dale Dresh and Bradley Turner were the marksmen for AFC Saints in their 2-1 victory over GB Precision.
Victoria United also added three points to their tally, seeing off Hemel Harriers 3-1 with goals from Thomas Walsh, Henry Hadaway and Tim Swaby.