Four teams remain in pursuit of FFA Cup progression in the North Coast Football Zone as round two saw several teams rack up big scorelines over the weekend.
The Boambee Bombers were the day's big winners, thrashing Orara Valley 9-1.
The Dingoes ended the match with only nine players, and Boambee made the most of their advantage, scoring seven of their goals in the final 35 minutes.
Boambee will meet Coffs City United in round three after they progressed courtesy of a bye in round two.
Striker Cale Simmonds was the hero for Urunga Raiders, netting a hat-trick as his side cruised past Westlawn Tigers 6-1.
Jai Waddick also bagged a double to help the Raiders progress.
They'll now meet Coffs Coast Tigers, who put in a strong second-half performance to overcome Northern Storm.
With the tie locked at 1-1, goals to Josh Guy and Dane Dixon earned the Tigers a 3-1 win.
In Northern Inland Football, Tamworth FC were big winners, putting nine unanswered goals past Armidale City Westside.
Former Hyundai A-League utility Troy Hearfield netted a brace and Jackson Haussler scored a hat-trick.
Tamworth will have to wait until Wednesday to find out their round three opponent, with the match between North Companions and Narrabri FC called off on Sunday.