This time last year Tony Taggart was on his way to becoming an FA Cup hero - but younger brother Steven was on the losing side in the Sportsman's League with Old Suffolk Punch on Sunday.
The White City binman shot to fame for his winning goal in the second round of the famous old trophy against Notts County for Havant & Waterlooville last season, before the minnows finally bowed out against giants Liverpool at Anfield.
And while his former team-mates were having another crack at cup glory against Taggart's former club Brentford, Taggart junior was at Riverside Lands getting turned over by Fulham United.
Goal-machine Russell Butler was Fulham's hero, bagging a hat-trick on their way to a hard-fought 5-3 win.
Lewis Collins, Max Delahunty and Robert Baxter combined for Butler's first, but Paul Mills' free-kick levelled matters.
Delahunty teed-up Butler to restore their lead before Punch pegged them back again through Devon Annal's individual effort.
Former Chelsea Town star Alex Phillips supplied substitute Jamie Irving to restore their lead, but the visitors levelled for a third time.
Annal squandered a golden chance to equalise when he missed a penalty, but Alan May squared things up from close range.
The hosts rallied again, and Butler did what Annal couldn't by slamming home a spot-kick after Delahunty was scythed in the box to put them 4-3 up to complete his treble.
There was to be no comeback this time as Lee McColl's clinical strike clinched the points for Danny Paxton's men. [25a0] ANDY DRUCE gave his side the hairdryer treatment after Pearscroft United gave away a 4-2 lead to crash out of the Gladys Perry Cup to lowly Kew Antigua.
Druce's Senior Amateur Division side conceded three goals in six mad second-half minutes against their Division One opponents. And the Pearscroft chief was far from happy with his young side.
He said: "I gave them an earbashing.We've never played that badly before and they were like strangers."
Charlie Tillman's double and Lloyd Banton's effort put them 3-1 up after conceding early on. The sides then traded blows with Remi Martins restoring Pearscroft's two-goal cushion.
However, the hosts fell apart and leaked three goals in quick succession as they tumbled out.
Shoots & Leaves surrendered a two-goal lead before going down by the odd goal in five to Dansu All Stars in Division One.
Marvin West and Bart Sliwa had put them two goals to the good, and West spurned a chance to put them out of sight when he crashed a shot against the crossbar.
But a disputed penalty,coupled with two more goals, saw Gerry Rockett's men lose 3-2.
Rockett will also have hitman Sliwa missing through suspension after he got sent off for dissent.
In the Senior Amateur Reserve, Cool Oak Rangers squeezed past Olympia 3-1.
Chuckie Scarlett and Ivandre Sardinha sandwiched a Lance Hunt effort before goal-machine Shane Miller sealed the points.
Karl Collins and Shameek Grant shared the man-of-the-match prize.
Elsewhere, Issac Waife's second-half strike proved the difference as London Eagles won at Eel Brook Rangers in Division Three.
But they had keeper Oussama ElAzizi to thank for keeping their lead intact with a string of fine saves.
Meanwhile,Patrick Nash's goal couldn't prevent Chelsea Town crashing out of the London FA Sunday Challenge Cup 2-1.