Wins for both Benwick teams, Chatteris Res, Guyhirn Res, Leverington, Manea, Marshland Res, Outwell, Tydd Res, Upwell and Walpole
Sutton Bridge United went down to only their second defeat of the season when losing 4-3 at home to ChromaSport Peterborough & District League Division Four title rivals Whittlesey Athletic A on Saturday.
Ben English with his ninth of the season, Ben Partridge with his fourth and Benjamin Thompson netted for Bridge, the division's September Team of the Month, who were beaten by the odd goal, despite Athletic having a player sent off.
Leverington Sports are up to 10th in the Premier Division after a 2-0 win at bottom of the table Stamford Lions, with Robert Hitchcock getting both goals to make it five for the season.
In the same division, Long Sutton Athletic are second from bottom with just four points from their nine games after a 2-1 defeat at fifth placed Wittering Premiair. Seventeen-year-old striker Kye Bunce netted his first goal for the first team.
Tydd are down to fifth in Division One after a 3-2 defeat at leaders Warboys Town, Dale Parnell netting twice for the visitors, to make it eight for the season. Wisbech Town Reserves' game at Crowland Town Reserves was postponed.
In Division Two, Long Sutton Athletic Reserves lost their derby clash at home to Holbeach United Sports 3-0 on Friday evening.
Tydd Reserves are up to sixth in Division Three after a 2-1 home victory against Wittering Premiair A, with goals from Nick and Jordan Anslie, back together on the same pitch for the first time in a few years.
Leverington Sports Reserves lost 6-3 at home to high-flying Park Farm Pumas, putting in a poor second half showing after leading 2-1 at the break. Kian Penn (2) and Grant Thompson with his sixth of the campaign got the Sports goals.
It's now six defeats out of six for Leverington Sports A, who are bottom of Division Five after losing 2-0 at Park Farm Pumas A.
In the Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier ninth placed March Town United Reserves went down 4-2 at leaders Cambridge University Press. Sam Green and Connor Mazurek scored the Hares' goals, while Press ended with 10 men after a sending off.
AFC Walpole are top of Kershaw Senior B for the first time after hammering bottom of the table St Ives Rangers 8-2. Joe Reed netted a hat-trick for the second week running, centre back Luke Whyatt scored twice, one from a penalty, and Owen Kennedy, captain Jake Miller and Robbie Knight were also on the score sheet.
In Kershaw 1B, there were no games for Chatteris Town or March Town United A, but seventh placed Benwick Athletic won 4-0 at bottom of the table Over Sports Reserves.
Chatteris Town Reserves are fourth in Kershaw 2B after beating bottom of the table Wisbech Town Acorns 2-0, Wayne Bostock and Anton Kaval's sixth of the campaign sealing victory for the Lilies, while Acorns' Thomas Nunn was sent off.
Wimblington sit in fifth place after losing 2-1 at home to leaders Needingworth United. Guyhirn were beaten 5-2 at home to Fordham Reserves.
In Division 3B Wimblington Reserves went down 3-1 at Soham Town Rangers A, while in Division 3C Fen Tigers Engineers were thrashed 9-0 at home to Hartford Rangers.
Manea United won 3-0 at Houghton & Wyton Reserves, there was no game for March Academy and bottom side Doddington United were beaten 7-0 at Littleport Town.
Outwell Swifts remain top of Division 4C after winning 3-0 at AFC Ely, Adan-Jay Lewis scoring his 12th of the season and Dylan Pevreall with his fourth and Callum Moles with his third also scoring. Lewis Pine had a good game in goal.
Guyhirn Reserves are up to third after a 3-0 win at Chatteris Town A, and fifth placed Benwick Athletic Reserves beat fourth placed AFC Walpole Reserves 5-2, William Ketteringham and sub Samir Uddin scoring for the Honey Badgers. Manea United Reserves were beaten 6-0 at home to Mepal Sports.
Upwell Town are up to sixth in the MG Building Maintenance North West Norfolk League Division One after a 2-1 win at Dersingham Rovers Reserves, Sam Cubberley's fifth of the season and Kevin Smith getting the goals in a scrappy game. Marshland Saints' game at Snettisham was postponed.
In Division Three, Upwell Town Reserves' game at Runcton Holme was postponed and Marshland Saints Reserves beat West Winch William Burt Reserves 4-1.