Holders Needham Market produced a five-star display in the Endeavour Automotive Suffolk Premier Cup.

The Marketmen defeated Felixstowe & Walton United 5-0 in the second round at Bloomfields last night to cement their place in the quarter-finals.

Striker Luke Ingram, who missed last season’s final through injury, scored a first-half hat-trick, with Dylan Williams and Seth Chambers completing the rout in the second-half.

Leiston, last season’s losing finalists, needed a 93rd minute Finlay Barnes goal to see off an Ipswich Town XI at Victory Road.

The visitors had taken the lead through Ashton Boswell before Adam Mills equalised.

There were wins for Step 4 sides AFC Sudbury, Bury Town, Lowestoft Town and Stowmarket Town over their Step 5 opponents.

A Josh Mayhew goal was sufficient for AFC Sudbury to overcome hosts Mildenhall Town 1-0, while Cemal Ramadan and Max Maughn netted for Bury Town in their 2-0 win at Kirkley & Pakefield.

Adam Hipperson, Sam Johnson and Kyle Haylock were on target for Lowestoft Town in their 3-0 victory over Haverhill Rovers.

Stowmarket wrapped up a 3-0 win against Lakenheath thanks to goals from Jack Ainsley, Jack Wilkinson and Luke Hipkin.

Ipswich Wanderers and Long Melford progressed to the last eight in the two all-Step 5 ties.

Wanderers had to come from behind defeat Woodbridge Town 2-1, Joel Glover’s deflected strike settling the outcome after Anton Clarke had cancelled out Evan Bolt’s free-kick that struck the bar and went in off keeper Craig Brand.

Romanian substitute Carlos Lazar poked home a 90th minute winner for Long Melford after hosts Hadleigh United had twice fought back to equalise.

A Tom Warren own goal gave the visitors the lead, before he atoned by heading home the equaliser. A Ryan Gibbs penalty put Melford back in front, but substitute Kyron Andrews restored parity.

Long Melford manager David Hennessey said: “It was a stroke of luck. We put Carlos on and he has been a bit of a find for us.

“I think that is his third goal in four games – he is a centre half, but we throw him on up top when situations dictate, and he will nick us a goal or get an assist or make a nuisance of himself.”