North Swindon WMC registered a fourth consecutive win by defeating New Town All Stars in Swindon & District League Division One.
The hosts notched a 4-1 for the second week in a row against the All Stars, moving them up to fourth in the standings.
Dwaine Dodson put North Swindon ahead before Sheldon Milsom doubled the lead before half time with a fine volley.
The visitors halved the deficit but North Swindon rallied and scored two further goals courtesy of substitute Aaron Williams and Lee Cutler, who tucked home a rebound after Ryan Baxter missed a penalty, secured the three points.
In Division One’s only other match, Highworth Town Development were 2-0 winners at Brockhill United.
A brace from Brandon Fenwick was enough for the visitors to snatch all three points, earning back-to-back wins for the first time this season.
In the Premier Division, Swindon Centurians Spectrum won their first league match of the campaign with a 3-1 home win over Lower Stratton.
Tatenda Majoni bagged a brace for the Centurians, who also had Nick Camden on the score sheet.
Substitute Liam New was on target for Lower Stratton but their inconsistent form continued.
Swindon Spitfires edged a seven-goal thriller with Swindon Supermarine DC.
Despite Matthew Panella-Lach, Kyle Bowyer and Brendor Nkegbe all finding the back of the net, Supermarine narrowly went down 4-3 against the Spitfires.
The reduced league schedule was down to Swindon & District League teams competing in the Wiltshire Junior Cup with plenty of success.
In an all District League tie, Division One side Redhouse knocked out Premier Division side Stratton Juniors with a 2-1 win.
FC Dorcan are also through to the last eight with a 3-1 win over Trowbridge and District League side Heytesbury.
Luke Murphy scored twice for the hosts who also had George Bouverie-Brine on the score sheet.
Craig Sheppard turned in a Bradley Edwards’ cross to briefly haul the visitors level but it was the Swindon side who progressed.
Ashton Keynes are also through to the quarter finals after defeating Salisbury & District Premier Division leaders DI United at Bradstone Sports Ground.
Steve Andrews (2) and Dean Wilson notched second half goals as Ashton Keynes secured progress with a 3-1 success.
Division One leaders Ruby Removals are also through following a 7-0 away victory at Swindon AFC.