Hemel Athletic have taken the first piece of BSFL silverware of the season as they won 3-2 against FC Intervino in the Intermediate Cup final.
In league action, meanwhile, Berko Tornadoes fought back from 3-0 down at half-time to draw 3-3 with Gossoms End in the BSFL Premier Division.
Adam Hall netted a brace for Tornadoes, with Lee Stobbs also on target, while Ben Wells (2) and Matt Dalton got the goals for Gossoms End.
The only game of the weekend in Division One saw Jam United run out 3-1 winners at Leverstock Green Corinthians, with Jack Johnson, Robert Kain and Will Kain doing the damage.
The Midland had Marc How and Connor Cawley to thank for their 2-0 win over Robin Hood in Division Two, while Focus and The Queens Head Shared a 2-2 draw.
Sean Lane and Harry Crane were the scorers for Focus, with Rob Davies and Andrew Lloyd replying for the visitors.
Division Two side Echoes won 2-0 at Hemel Tudors on Tuesday night with strikes from Clint Findley and Luke Wood, and they followed that up on Sunday with a 4-2 triumph over The Old Bellgate thanks to Tommy Godfrey, Mark While, Jack Bridges and Brad Phillips.
Adeyfield Reserves recovered from 3-0 down at the interval to draw 3-3 with Berko Tornadoes A as Phil Molloy, Eliot Rowland and Callum Molloy struck after the break. Sam Waterhouse (2) and Robin Gleeson were the Berko marksmen.
A Dave Thomas hat-trick secured a 3-0 win for A&A flooring at Gade, while Greg Wade fired in a brace to hand Hemel Tudors a 2-0 triumph over AFC Saints.