Leverington came away with the bragging rights in the Peterborough Premier Division derby game against Parson Drove.
Stu Webb’s side collected back to back wins as they emerged as 2-1 winners, but Drove boss Alan Russell was adamant his side deserved something from the game.
Sam Cubberley gave Leverington the lead with a breakaway goal after Joe Gallagher had threaded the ball through.
Gallagher then scored the second goal after 60 minutes with a near post header from a Nathan Watson cross.
Drove pushed hard to get back in the game, but could not put away their chances until the last two minutes with Adam Bunton making it 2-1.
Webb said: “I thought on the balance of play we deserved the win. Steve Thompson had another good game in defence and Gallagher also did well.”
Russell countered: “Disappointing result, but good performance. We battered them in the second half but just could not get the goals.”
Long Sutton were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Maccasports and drop to fourth place in Division 1. Sutton Bridge lost 2-1 at home to Ketton.
Division 2: Guyhirn 3, Peterborough Rovers 2; Deeping Rangers A 6, Leverington Res 2.
Division 3: Alconbury 6, Long Sutton Res 0.
Division 4: Ryhall Res 2, Leverington A 1.
Division Five: Gaultree 2, Pinchbeck A 1; Peterborough Giants 6, Sutton Bridge Res 1; Tydd St Mary 7, Hampton Res 2.
Cambs Junior Cup: Gorefield 3, Thorney Res 2.