LIAM SPINK bagged a first half hat-trick as Bartley Green Owls downed Kings Heath Albion 6-2 in Bromsgrove League Division One.
Chris Thorn, George Hales and Salomon Baransanniye were also on the scoresheet for the Owls while Callum Collett bagged a brace for Albion.
Austin Ex Apprentices could only muster up a 1-1 draw against nine-man Hawthorns.
Ben Markall put Hawthorns ahead before Connor Collins forced the equaliser.
As tempers began to flare, Kyle Morrison and Brogan Halpin both saw red but Austin could not make the most of having two extra players and were forced to settle with a share of the spoils.
Meanwhile, Rubery Sunday Juniors eased to a 6-0 victory over Winyates, thanks to goals from Leon Hewitt (2), Ryan Khan, Ashley Khan, Jack Garghan and Jason Gibbons.
Chaddesley Pensioners remain rooted to the foot of the Division Two table following their 4-1 home defeat to SHTP.
Studley Swan cemented top spot with a 2-1 victory over South Birmingham, for whom Jordan Walters was on the scoresheet, while Lickey End Social edged out Rubery Legends 3-2.
An own goal and strikes from Sam Wright and Matt Russell secured the three points for Lickey.
Division Three leaders Hewell made it eight wins from nine games with a 10-2 hammering of Redditch United Sunday.
Thomas Johnson-Hosker and Daniel Brookes netted for Redditch.
Millfield Rovers picked up their second win of the campaign with a 7-1 victory over Redditch Borough Sunday.
Ash Roland and Chris Adams struck braces for Rovers, with Sean Bowden, Luke Rees-Stephens and Chris Lowe completing their scoring.
There was also three points for Bromsgrove Academicals who downed Stoke Prior 4-0.
Nick Baker (2), Scott Gaffney and Paul Badger with the goals.
British Memorial booked their place in the semi-finals of the Rose Bowl with a 4-3 victory over SO Goose.
Dan Bramwell (3) and Sam Robinson had fired the visitors into a 4-0 lead before Luke Rennie-Jeffries, Elliott Weston and James Duffy brought the hosts back into the match.
However, British Memorial hung on the claim the victory.
Black Horse eased into the third round of the WA Harris Cup with a 6-1 away win at Catshill.
Tom Jack (4) and Dominic Strevens (3) inspired Longbridge Social to a 10-0 victory over Broughsons to reach the second round.
Luke Wyatt, Joe Hawkins and Dale Moore were also on target.
Meanwhile, Bartley Reds Sunday are safely through to round two following their 3-1 win at Hizza United, thanks to goals from Joe Butler-Mills, Ian Sutherland and Tommy Williams.
BIRMINGHAM FA SUNDAY AMATEUR CUP – ROUND TWO
AFC Norton 3, Woodman Inn 1
Balls to Cancer 4, Royal Eagles 0
Glades 1, Solihull Moors 2 (Volrath, P Heath)
WORCESTER NURSING JUNIOR CUP – ROUND TWO
Bromsgrove Corinthians 3, Express Falcons 2
Callow End 3, Chaddesley Ravens 4 (Tolley 3, Stringer)
Perrywood 2, Bromsgrove Athletico 2 – BA win 5-4 on pens
WORCESTER NURSING MINOR CUP – ROUND TWO
Blackpole Sports 4, Cofton Old Boys 3 (Parkinson 2, George)
Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves 4, Meadow Park 4 – MP win 4-1 on pens