OKH SPORTING DYNAMO missed out on the opportunity to move four points clear at the top of the Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination Premier Division after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Millfield Rovers.
Neil Dews and Shame Smith netted for Rovers; Matt Seeley and Chris Tabbernue for the league leaders.
Red Lion cemented their position at the top of Division One following a routine 5-0 victory away at Beoley Village courtesy of a Daniel Bearcroft hat-trick and singles from Michael Sutor and Kingley Smith.
Rubery Legends sit two points off the top following a narrow 2-1 victory over Redolence Park thanks to goals from Jake Booton and Josh Larner.
Paul Jeynes replied for Redolence.
Third place Studley Railway also sit two points off the league leaders after claiming a 4-1 home win over New woodland Cottage.
Roland Rignal netted a hat-trick for Railway, with Liam Phelan completing their scoring.
Adam Crombie netted Cottage’s consolation.
Austin Ex Apprentices reached the semi-finals of the Keith Turner Cup after edging past Black Horse 2-1.
Jack Walton and Ryan Spink got on the scoresheet for Apps; Sean Brain for Horse.
Redditch Town booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Jim Fleeman Cup as braces from Phil Sarend and Chris Adams secured a 4-0 win over Royal Oak Alcester.
Group One of the Subsidiary Cup kick-started at the weekend with South Redditch claiming a 3-2 victory over AFC Lions thanks to an Aaron Brough double and strike from Adam Matthew.
Tommy Williams and Jamie Taylor netted for Lions.
Elsewhere, in Group Two of the Subsidiary Cup, Rubery Bridge enjoyed a 4-1 victory over VKL United.
Callum McCall netted twice for Bridge, with Alex Penny and Oliver Smith completing their scoring.
Charlie Jones replied for United.