East Coast Bays' defence of the Chatham Cup is over after losing a dramatic penalty shootout 7-6 to Manurewa in the third round of the football competition.
Goalkeeper Albon Houston was the hero for Manurewa, saving two spot kicks to send his team into the fourth round after neither side could find the net during normal time.
Northern League first division side Three Kings United continue to be the dark horse of the 82nd edition of the competition after upsetting Premier League Hamilton Wanderers 4-1 at Keith Hay Park.
Woolston Technical defeated Christchurch United 1-0 while three-time winners Miramar were in scintillating form, thrashing Hawke's Bay club Maycenvale United 10-2.
Wellington United put six past Taradale, while Waterside-Karori clinched a 3-2 win over Palmerston North End in extra time.
Auckland Sunday Leaguers Bohemian Celtic finally dipped out of the cup with a 3-0 loss to Metro.
In two Women's Knockout Cup ties played in Christchurch on Saturday, 2008 runners-up Western edged past Halswell 2-1 while Avon upset Ferrymead Bays 3-1 on penalties after extra time finished 3-3.