The big game at the top of Division Three in the Hitchin Sunday League went the way of leaders North Herts Hatters.

They made it 10 wins in 10 matches as they beat second-placed St Evenage 6-3 to extend their lead to nine points.

Leas Sports PSG are fifth after beating Cronies 2-1 with Feed Up Warm Up fourth following a 2-2 draw with Down And Under.

Kimpton climbed off the foot of the table with a 6-3 win over Khoi Khoi on a very muddy pitch.

Cameron Swinburn made a stunning return to the club as he scored four in total, two in each half.

Khoi had cancelled out the first three Kimpton goals but after the third equaliser, they fell away.

Kyle Males and Nick Jessop got the other Kimpton goals, the latter after being sent clear by Louis Tyrer.

Coach & Horses stayed top of Division One with a 5-3 win over second-placed Squirrel Taverners and the latter have now slipped to third after AC Malone won 4-2 at home against North Baldock.

Will Payne, Kane Stanton, River Amis and Ricardo Green got the AC goals.

FC Inter Malone scored in the final minute of their home game with Atletico 99 to earn a 2-2 draw and deserved point.

Chells Rovers had a hard fought 1-0 victory away to Pied Piper.

Arlesey Town are now five points clear at the top of Division Two thanks to a 3-1 win at home against Hitchin Rovers in Division Two.

Stotfold Juniors moved up two places in the table thanks to a 5-2 win against bottom side Buffs while Troll Campbell picked up all three points by edging out The Cock with a 3-2 win.

There were two games in the first round of the George John Cup.

Sandon were at home to fellow Division Two side St Ippolyts and it went to penalties after a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes.

It was St Ippolyts that held their nerve by winning the shoot-out 3-1.

The other tie saw Ashwell from Division Two face Division Three side Niche and the third tier side won through 2-0.