DENABY United stormed into the third round of the County FA Junior Challenge Cup after coming out on top in a 15 goal thriller with Mosborough Trinity.
Hot shot Ryan Oakley netted seven goals in the 10-5 triumph in a true blood and thunder cup tie.
Both sides attacked at every opportunity leading to the rather imposing scoreline.
Oakley opened the scoring and doubled his advantage from the spot after Dan Noonan was pulled down.
Mosborough fought back to level, netting from the spot themselves after Connor Hale conceded a penalty.
Matty Cocksedge put United back in front with a well worked goal only for Mosborough to equalise and they did the same when Oakley netted.
With the score at 4-4, extra time was required and Mosborough drew first blood.
But it was to be their last scoring contribution as the youthful Denaby rocketed to victory.
Oakley added two quick goals before Mick Russon and Noonan netted, sandwiching two more from man of the match Oakley.
South Kirkby Town also reached the third round with a 2-1 win over Ardsley Athletic.
In the Senior Challenge Cup Hemsworth MW lost 4-3 to Clowne Village while Hemsworth Town were beaten 2-1 at Harworth Colliery Institute.
Defending Premier Division champions AFC Sportsman Rovers look to have finally got their season going after notching up their third successive league win in seeing off Bawtry Town 6-2.
Nathan Lovell netted four with Brett Oxer adding a brace for the Mexborough side.
Neighbours Swinton Station Athletic continue to struggle and went down 6-0 to Hatfield Main.