Despite the wet weather, there was still plenty of games that went ahead in the Herts Ad Sunday League, with some big results.

Six Bells replaced Phoenix at the top of the Premier Division with a 1-0 win. They are now one point clear of their opponents although they have played two games more.

Mermaid completed the double over Wheathampstead Wanderers with a 4-2 success - Joe Amponsah, Ben Taylor, Joe Geddes and Sami Self the scorers.

Stephen Buckler and Michael Cheesman replied for Wanderers.

Wheato's reserves though remain clear at the top of the Division One after an 8-0 win over The Bull.

Noah Arthur-Tinworth led the way with his second hat-trick of the season followed by braces for Adam Barton and James Cooper and a Kian Patel single.

Pinewood moved off the bottom of the table with a 3-2 win against Excel thanks to goals from George Milsted (two) and Sam O'Keefe.

Phoenix Res are at the foot now following a 2-1 loss to BWSC, Thomas Merritt their scorer and Michael White getting one for BWSC.

A George Sippetts hat-trick and one from Tyler McCarthy gave Welwyn Rangers a 4-2 win against Alban Dynamo in Division Two.

Brookmans Park Res beat Mermaid Res 6-2 with goals came from Lucas Christie (two), Freddie Davies, James Pitman, Oliver Simpson and Sean Woof.

Craig Clark and Josh Sparkes replied for Mermaid.

Stotfold Rovers won 4-2 against MNF to stay top of Division Four.

Saints run in the Herts FA Intermediate Cup came to an end with a 3-2 loss to Soca in the quarter-final.

Their goals came from Ryan Solly and Jordan Cocomazzi.

Brookmans Park moved into the semi-final of the Herts Ad Challenge Cup with a 7-2 derby success against Little Heath.

Callum Baylis and Adam Page got two each with James Nelson, Grant Noble and James Smith also on target.

Harpenden Colts OB could only muster up goals from Alex Gates and Sam Jones when going down 7-2 against Strafford Arms, the latter moving into the last eight.

Six Bells Res are into the semi-final of the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup after a 3-0 win over St George's.

Plough & Harrow moved into the next round of the Jim Lynch Trophy with a convincing 4-2 win against Forever Young People.

Goals came from Kristian Barnard, Chris Dunn, Josh Panther and Marino Savva.

Welwyn Warriors Res proved too strong for Marshalswick Rovers in the Herts Ad Junior Cup, winning 10-3 with a hat-trick from John Woodward and a brace from Stephen Harris.

Alex Acklam, Max Mackenzie, Daniel Etienne and Tom Ward got the others with Rovers' goals coming from Matt Lacey, Jack Messam and Kai Takahashi.