Brookmans Park were in dreamland after they lifted the Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup for the first time.

Playing against near neighbours, and Herts Ad Sunday League rivals, Little Heath, they won 2-0 thanks to goals from Callum Baylis and Charlie Nelson

Elsewhere in the league there were some stunning results and plenty of goals too.

Player Packs and Paxton Rovers served up 13 of them in the Premier Division, Packs edging an incredible encounter 8-5.

Josh Ramsay led the way with a hat-trick while there was a brace from Alfie Carberry.

Danio Brown, Charlie Gould and Kyle McLeish got the others for the Pack.

Phoenix left Six Bells stuck to the bottom of the table with a 5-2 win. Dan Johnson (three), Jack Gage and Josh Peddar got their goals with Jack Davis and Sid Jordan replying for the Bells.

Welwyn Warriors kept the three-way battle for the Division Two crown alive with a 5-2 win over Oceans XI.

Gabriel Asare-Bekoe's treble was key to that with Alex Howard and Luke Pidgeon also on target.

They are three points behind Hatfield Seniors with Pinewood on point ahead of them in second.

The Wrestlers picked up only their second win of the season in Division Three, beating Herts Vets 4-2 with goals from Will Orridge (two), Brandon Bates and Nathaniel Burke.

Division Four leaders Brookmans Park Res made it six in a row with a 3-1 victory over Mermaid Res.

Sammy Kinsley got two, taking him to 31 for the year, while Bradley Carter got the other. Marco Manfredini replied for Mermaid.

Harrison Garner and Brandon White each scored twice as Hadham Rovers Yellows beat Cub 7-3, Ethan Brown and Robbie Billson getting the others, while Royston Rangers won 5-1 against Hatfield Seniors Res, Cameron Ferguson and Chris Miller also hitting braces.

In Division Five, Moretown romped to a 9-1 success over Phoenix A thanks to four from Alfie Packer.

Maxwell Judge (two), Liam Archer, James Davenport and Kyle Hellina got the others with the Phoenix scorer Oliver Sargeant.

Strafford Arms Res reached the final of the Herts Ad Junior Cup with victory over Welwyn Rangers, although they needed a shoot-out to do so.

They won 6-5 after a 3-3 draw in normal time. Arms scorers were Bradley Swailes (two) and David Fennell scored for the Arms, Hayden Evanson (two) and Billy Dean for Rangers.

Phoenix Res set up a semi-final with St George's after a 5-3 win over Rose & Crown Mosquito, Robert Calancea hitting four and Wilson Mendes one.

Strafford Arms' first team are into the final of the Deakin White Champions Cup after a 3-1 win against Flaunden.

They will play Luton Celtic after goals from Jack Davis, Ross Dedman and Stephen Dodd.

Ben Taylor was one of the Mermaid goalscorers when they beat Plough & Harrow 2-1 in the Goulding Senior Cup, Ben Statham scoring for Plough, and two goals from Frankie Jowle was enough to give Six Bells Res a 2-1 win over Pinewood for whom Darryl Milham scored.

Saints won 9-3 against Welwyn Warriors Res in the Goulding Junior Cup, Lewis Cocomazzi with a hat-trick, Robert Rawlings and Ryan Solly getting two each and Jamie Doyle and Jordan Cocomazzi the others.

Warriors' replies came from Oliver Tindale, Oliver Winston and Mason Bambridge.

Two goals from Steven John was enough for Wheathampstead ‘89 to overcome Alban Dynamo Res 2-0.