Barnet Sunday League Premier Division leaders AC Medz advanced to the next round of the Challenge Cup with a 5-2 win over The Winchmore.

Francis Webb hit a brace, with Ashley Wackers, Paul Waller and Lee Hammond also netting for Medz, while Neil Hughes and Rhys Jaggers got the goals for Winchmore.

The home side took the lead after making the better start to the game as Hughes fired in an excellent strike, but Wackers equalised from the penalty spot before Webb’s corner went all the way in to turn the game around.

Medz were then reduced to ten men when Petros Stylianou handled in the box, and Jaggers levelled the game at 2-2 before half-time.

Despite having the lesser numbers, Webb scored his second after the break to restore the lead for Medz before Waller and Hammond made the game safe in the final quarter to see them through to the next round.

Kieron Donaldson scored twice as Continental caused an upset in the Premier Division, beating third-placed FC Phoenix 3-1.

Donaldson scored either side of Kimani Gabriel’s equaliser and Nyron Dyer’s goal that had restored Continental’s lead.

The away side started the game on the front foot and took the lead when Dyer played a fine ball over the top for Donaldson to finish, but Phoenix were rewarded with an equaliser as they came back into the game, with Gabriel heading in Andrew Michael’s free-kick.

Both defences remained on top going into the second half, but Dyer eventually got the better of the hosts’ backline when a mazy run ended with him slotting home.

As Phoenix pushed forward for an equaliser, Continental countered and Donaldson struck his second to give them a valuable three points that eases their relegation worries, while also ending Phoenix’s title hopes.

Enfield United continued their good form in Division One with a 2-1 victory at mid-table Highgate Albion Reserves.

Dan Roles gave them the lead with a thunderous strike, but Highgate were level soon after when Enfield lost their concentration at a set-piece and Pele Riley volleyed in at the back post.

The lead was restored by half-time, though, as Ellis Christodoulou slotted in from Charlie Jeffery’s long throw.

No goals were scored in the second half, but Highgate did finish the game with 10 men after Adam Tripp was dismissed for kicking out.

The win moves Enfield up to second in the division, now with a firm chance of promotion.

Northaw moved up to second place in Division Two after securing a 3-0 victory over Anatolians at the New River Stadium.

Aaron McArdle’s double and George Bates’ second-half goal were enough to move them there ahead of Anatolians, who would have gone second with a win as well.

Both sides had their fair share of opportunities in the first half, but it was McArdle who broke the deadlock with a fierce effort, and he doubled his tally before the interval when he headed home from a corner.

Anatolians had a man sent off early in the second half and Bates capitalised, scoring his eighth of the season with a cool finish past the goalkeeper.

The win puts Northaw five points behind leaders Hendonians with a game in hand.

Finally, AFC Oakwood ended Zenit St Whetstone Reserves’ unbeaten start to the Division Three season with a 1-0 win.

Joe Toncani scored the only goal of the game to keep Oakwood eighth, but they are now only a point behind Hendonians Reserves in fifth.

With the game level at 0-0 at the break, Toncani popped up at the back post to convert Josh Lever’s cross and Zenit were unable to find a way back into the game, leaving them to suffer their first loss of the season.