BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Bell and Busch on target as Benington march on

Kirton look to win back possession during their defeat at Ruskington.
Kirton look to win back possession during their defeat at Ruskington.

Benington are building up momentum in the Taylors Garages Premier Division, beating Billinghay Athletic 6-2 for their fourth straight win.

Tim Bell and Daniel Busch both bagged braces with Tom Baxter and Ben Hardstaff also on target.

Ben Harris in action for Kirton Town.

Ben Harris in action for Kirton Town.

Spilsby Town closed the gap on leaders Swineshead Institute, who were without a fixture, when they defeated Old Leake 3-2.

Scott MacKay and Adam Lester found the net for Old Leake.

Skegness Town Reserves and Wyberton drew 2-2, Reece Beauchamp and Nicky Syndercombe scoring for Wyberton.

Kirton Town went down 3-1 at Ruskington Rovers.

Reece West in action for Kirton.

Reece West in action for Kirton.

Mareham United shipped in another hatful of goals when they entertained Fishtoft - going down 11-0.

Jamie Skinner (four), Jordan Lote (three), Liam Ogden, Nicky Wiles, Jack Cridland and Neil Allen all scored.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Coningsby hit Pointon Reserves for six with Tom Sewell grabbing a hat-trick and Stephen Miles, Jamie Todd and Cameron Robertson also on target.

Jason Allen hit two goals for Sutterton in a fine 3-1 home win against title-chasing Friskney.

Kieran Rodgers was also on target for the home side.

Richard Barker scored twice and Robbie Masters was also on target as Swineshead Reserves came from 2-0 down to beat Freiston 3-2. Troy Ayton (pen) and Perrie Dale had put Freiston in front.

Dan Sansam’s strike was not enough as Fosdyke were beaten 2-1 by Rippingale & Folkingham.

Leverton’s impressive run of form continued with a 4-1 home win against a strong FC Kirton side in the Taylors Ford Division Two.

Dom Goddard scored a hat-trick and Nathan Rippin completed the scoring.

Nelson remain in the hunt at the top following a 3-0 home win against Billinghay Reserves.

Liam Shinn (two) and Jake Portas were on the scoresheet.

Spalding Harriers beat Holbeach Bank 8-1.

Guy Mantle hit a hat-trick as Swineshead A won 5-2 at Westside Rangers.

The other Swineshead goals came from Callum Karpsycn and Luis Ferreira.

Coningby Reserves didn’t have enough players to fulfil their fixture at AFC Tetford United.

In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Park United went goal crazy winning 13-0 against an enthusiastic FC Boston team who never gave up.

The Park goals came from Alex Limb (five), Chris Wright (three), Craig Mountain, Ben Liu, Tom Limb, Leon Pycock and Rob Staples.

Fishtoft Reserves enjoyed a 3-1 home win against FC Hammers with Tom Hill, Jack Mitchell and Sam Duff grabbing the crucial goals.

Gavin Bell turned out for Benington’s reserve side and his goal-scoring touch certainly played a part in his side’s 10-3 home victory against Boston Athletic.

Bell struck a hat-trick, a feat matched by Steve Woodcock.

Ryan Lawson (two), Jamie Lawson and Dan Fox also scored while Mike McPhail (two) and Joe Trigg hit Athletic’s goals.

Nick Harvey’s goal helped Friskney Reserves draw 1-1 with 10-man Tetford Reserves.

Rippingale & Folkingham Reserves beat Spalding Harriers Reserves 6-0.

In a re-arranged Sharman Burgess Sports Cup tie, Division One outfit Heckington Millers beat Premier side Pointon 3-1.