New side to the Alliance Webby's Wanderers won 5-1 away at unbeaten Countesthorpe Athletic Old Boys to land themselves in the quarter finals of the Bill Walton Cup.

With the scoring spread over 5 different players it just goes to show that good teamwork was the order of the day in this round 4 cup tie of Sunday mornings FA Cup. Both teams are in division 3 and with Countesthorpe looking like run away winners it looked like a tough game for Webby's, the Wanderers top scorer Matt Blake was on hand to get his 15th goal of the campaign to put them in the next round with premier opposition Premier Sports Travel.

Quick Round-Up
Stokes Cup - Round 2 - Fleckney Golden Shield win 4-2 away at Birstall Untied.
Premier - Leaders Leicester Market lose their top spot as they went down 2-1 at Horse, Advance win 3-2 away at Magna to go top, Es-Cana won 2-1 to bottom team Seaton and Premier Sports Travel had the biggest win of the day as they beat Hockley 4-1.
Division 1
- Mo Safdar scores a hat-trick as Leicester Accies win 4-1 away at Desford, Jay Tewley gets 3 for DGT as they beat Red Star Bell Inn 5-2.
Division 2 - Leaders Kingsway keep top place in a close game at Fleckney Athletic coming out 6-5 winners - Stu Verrall scores 3 and Luke Spence also scores a hat-trick for Fleckney, LM United keep a clean sheet in a 2-0 win against Little Bowden.
Division 3 - Karl Brookes-Whitmore scores a hat-trick for Niffy as they drew 4-4 with Academy Builders, Real Muxloe keep a clean sheet as they win 7-0 against Borough Alliance.
Division 4 - Knighton Dynamo keep in top spot with a 5-3 win away at FC Top House, Ross Clafferty scores 3 for Aylestone WMC 2004 in a 5-3 against Red Arrow, SGP Enterprise keep a clean sheet in a 1-0 win at Black Dog, Anstey Swifts also keep a clean sheet at Euro Car Credit in a 3-0 win.
Division 5 - Legion remain top as they beat QPR 4-3, Thrussington keep a clean sheet as they beat Crown Services 3-0, Hat & Beaver also kept a clean sheet as they beat Burton Overy Bell 5-0, West End won 5-0 away at St Patrick's.


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Team



Top Scorers
Div
Name
Team
P
Stu Kopaczal
C'Thorpe Ryls
1
Ross Grewcock
A & T Sports
2
Sam Kilsby
Fleckney Ath
3
Karl B-whitmore
Niffy
4
Ross Clafferty
Aylestone WMC
5
Ryan Earles
Legion United


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