Two stunning free kicks in the last six minutes from Danny Reuben gave London Maccabi Lions B a 2-1 victory over newly promoted Montana Boca United A. Gary Cohen had put Montana ahead in the Premier Division contest.
Darren Saffer (2) and Phil Jessel helped Camden Park beat North London Raiders A 3-1 in Division One.
Alex Bowman (3) and Rob Lerner (2) did the damage as NW Neasden B overcame Brixton Old Boys 5-2.
Oakwood EDRS were given a rude awakening as goals from Andrew Shuster and Oli Kenner gave Brady Maccabi a surprise 2-1 success. Rob Davidson had equalised for the Oaks.
Two apiece from Daniel Kent and Ben Lampert helped Jon Nitka's South Manx A thump Chigwell Athletic B 7-2. Jamie Kent, Shai Davidi and Elliott Stern completed the rout. Lee Stone and Russell Yershon replied for the East Londoners.
First half strikes from Jonathan Green and Paul Buxton gave London Maccabi Lions C a 2-1 win over Rapid Banta in Division Two.
Jason Lindsay (2) and Josh Jacobs (2) were on the mark as Red Sea surprised Southgate Harmen A 4-3. Jonathan Hirshler, Paul Stein and Roie Makdasi replied for Harmen.
A fabulous four-goal return from Steve Bloom helped NW Neasden C hit Southgate Harmen B for six. David Marcus and Simon Beresford finished the job in a 6-2 success. James Lesner and Mark Dreifuss hit the Harmen consolations.
In Division Three, Catford & Bromley beat FC Team B 3-1 with goals from David Powell, Leo Brownstein and Darren Everest. Robbie Blair replied.
Adam Goldsmith (2), Adam Rones, Richard Salmon and Eddie Sternberg struck as FC Team A thumped Zig Zag 5-0.
Jason Miller (2), Nick Stern, David Prager, Josh Lewis and Daniel Scott found the net as L'Equipe hammered Dynamo Hendon 6-0.
Jamie Rosen and Gab Saul exchanged goals as Montana Boca United B and South Manx B drew 1-1.
AC Cricklewood made a flying start as Mark Wagman (3), Rob Wilson and James Temple netted in the 5-0 success over Pure Orange Function Band.
Real Life hit the ground running with a resounding 9-1 victory over UJIA in Division Four. Nick Reisel (4), Jason Traub (2), Charlie Bernstein, Eddie Lewin and Jonathan Bruck did the damage. Gil Jennings replied.
Mike Konzon and James Ryan were on the mark as East London Knights overcame FC Marylebone 2-1. Mikael Benguigui replied.
Woodford Wanderers missed two penalties in the 3-2 win against Pinner JFC. Mitch Hahn, Harrison Midda and Darryl Green, who spurned the spot-kicks, saw them home. David Grossman and Hadley Winthrop were Pinner's marksmen.