Cup competitions again took priority in the Herts Ad Sunday League but there were some shock results in the league games that did take place.

That was no truer than in the Premier Division where leaders Brookmans Park had a shock 5-0 loss to Wheathampstead Wanderers, their first loss of the season.

Frankie Buckler, Patrick Sheehy, Stephen Buckler (two) and Jordan Cornes got the Wheato goals.

Park do stay on top but their gap has been cut to seven points by Plough & Harrow, who won 8-0 over Harpenden Colts OB and have two games in hand.

Charlie Gould got a hat-trick for P&H, Chris Dunn bagged two and Tony Golder, Niall Kateley and Marino Savva got the others.

Hatfield Seniors meanwhile are up to third in Division One after a 7-2 success over BWSC, Alex Garvey getting the two consolations.

Liam Addlesee got three for Phoenix Res in their 5-1 win over Pinewood, Shanahl Samarasinghe also on target.

In Division Two, TNF got their first win of the season as they won 1-0 against Oceans XI.

Alban Dynamo are second after a 5-0 walkover win against Brookmans Park Res.

Little Heath bowed out of the Herts Sunday Senior Cup after a 2-1 loss to Hertford Stags while there was a Welwyn derby in another of the county competitions, Welwyn Warriors beating Welwyn Rangers 4-2 in the Intermediate Cup.

Alex Howard got two for Warriors with the others coming from Callum Clifford and Adriano Gil.

The Bull and Wheathampstead Wanderers Res both bowed out, 5-1 to Grange United and 2-0 to Burford respectively.

Six Bells won 3-0 against Luton Celtic in the Deakin White Champions Cup, Jack McShane getting two and Rhys Monaghan one, but Phoenix lost 2-0 to St Josephs.

There were walkover wins too for Borehamwood Rovers and Strafford Arms.

Daniel Harding and Luke Foster sent Forever Young People into the next round of the Herts Ad Challenge Cup with a 2-0 win over Mermaid.

John Woodward got both goals as Welwyn Warriors Res won 2-1 against Royston Rangers Res in the Herts Ad Junior Cup, Connor Smith replaying for Royston.

The same competition saw The Wrestlers win 5-1 against Hatfield Seniors Res thanks to goals from Will Orridge (two), Charlie Battle, Nathaneal Burke and Thomas Pritchett but Hatfield Comets lost 4-1 to Wheathampstead 89.

James Townshend got a consolation as Phoenix A lost 3-1 to Stotfold Rovers while Herts Vets won 5-4 on penalties after a 0-0 draw against Royston Rangers.

Kai Takahashi hit a hat-trick as Marshalswick Rovers won 7-2 again Monday Night, the others coming from Callum Furness, Matt Lacey, Harry Parker and Ahmed Jarad.

St George's had a walkover win against Rose & Crown Mosquito.

Six Bells Res won 2-0 against Strafford Arms Res in the Jim Lynch Trophy.