Wisbech St Mary had a superb seven-strike second half to humble West Wratting 7-1 in the Cambs League Premier Division.
Boss Arran Duke said: “We came out for the second half with real purpose and peppered their goal.”
Jack Mockford starred with six assists and a goal from a free-kick. Other scorers were Bowden 2, Aaron McKenna 2 and Mark Newton 2. Former March and Downham player Jordan Goult made his debut.
Basement side Chatteris Town disastrously lost their bottom of the table clash 6-1 at Soham Town Rangers Res, leaving boss Steve Bright to say: “We needed to get a result out of it. Things are looking bleak now and it is looking like a lost cause.
“At the present time Leigh (Matthews, assistant) and I would like to walk away, but in the circumstances we can’t.”
Richie Allen equalised with a good goal, but the Lilies collapsed.
Bright said: “It was poor, I’m very disappointed.”
Second from bottom in Senior A Wimblington lost to the team above them, Milton, 3-1.
Fifth in Senior B Outwell Swifts (Jonny Secker free-kick) lost 2-1 at second position Comberton United.
Manager Mark Secker commented: “We had a bare bones squad, missing four key players, but we gave them a very good game.”
In Division 1B Doddington United go level on points with fourth-placed Burwell after winning 3-1 there, James Harness 2 and George Masterton on target. Division 3B leaders WSM A keep their title hopes alive with a 2-1 win at Exning.
Division 1B: Chatteris Res 2 March Res 3.
Division 3B: Elsworth 8 Wimblington Res 0.
Division 4B: Chatteris Town A 5 Waterbeach Res 7; Doddington United Res 0 Willingham Wolv 2; Wisbech St Mary B 0 Burwell Res 2.
Division 5D: Chatteris Fen Tigers 3 March Saracens 2; Doddington A 2 Coldham U 5; Gorefield Ath 4 Earith Res 0; March Rgs Res 2 Littleport A 3; Outwell Res 2 Upwell T 5.