BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Round-up

On track! Wyberton Reserves have announced that Peace of Mind Plumbing and Heating are their new tracksuit sponsor for the 2013-14 season. Pictured receiving the tracksuits are players Jamie Hurling, Nicky Syndercombe and Jordan Favell, and assistant manager Marvin Wiltshire. Pictured with manager Steve Favell is Peace of Mind owner Steven Locke.

On track! Wyberton Reserves have announced that Peace of Mind Plumbing and Heating are their new tracksuit sponsor for the 2013-14 season. Pictured receiving the tracksuits are players Jamie Hurling, Nicky Syndercombe and Jordan Favell, and assistant manager Marvin Wiltshire. Pictured with manager Steve Favell is Peace of Mind owner Steven Locke.

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Goals from Benington’s strike duo of Gavin Bell and Tim Bell sealed a 2-1 home win against Spilsby Town in the Taylors Garages Premier Division.

Matty Barker hit The Spilsby goal.

Fishtoft’s Declan Wilson and Conrad Louth netted in a 2-1 success against Pointon.

Old Doningtonians finished their match at Swineshead with nine men and a 10-0 defeat, following a red card and an injury. Paul Clarke, Jack Houghton, Rob Masters and Chris Wing all scored twice, while James Hardy and Mark Sharman completed the scoring.

Curtis Revell and Ben Jaques both scored twice in Wyberton’s 5-1 home win against Billinghay Athletic. Kieran Stocks was also on target.

Mareham United won 6-0 at home to Old Leake and Freiston lost 3-2 at home to Skegness Town Reserves.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Woodhall Spa United beat leaders Fosdyke 4-3. Jason Cooke (two). Chris Hall and Jack Draper scored for Spa, with Sam Reeson, Tom Watson (pen) and Dave Reid replying.

Sutterton drew 2-2 at Wainfleet United thanks to a late strike. Ben Chapman and Billy Shinn were on target for Sutterton.

Daniel Bourne and Nicky Syndercombe earned Wyberton Reserves win 2-1 at Ruskington Rovers.

Holbeach Bank beat Mareham Reserves 4-1.

Nathan Rippin scored direct from a corner and netted two penalties as Leverton beat Spalding Harriers 4-2. Adam Abell was also on the sacoresheet.

Kirton Town Reserves beat Westside Rangers 2-1 at Graves Park - despite having Richard Borrill sent off - thanks to Andy Brown and Craig Owens.

Nelson lost 5-0 to Swineshead Reserves, Guy Mantle, Mark Ledger, Giles Favell and Dick Stukins (two) on target.

Coningsby beat Rippingale and Folkingham 7-2.

In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Scott Bates’ treble helped FC Hammers beat Rippingale Reserves 5-0. Jack Tate and Richard Hardy were also on target.

AFC Tetford beat FC Kirton 7-2 and Holbeach Bank Reserves won 3-2 at Pointon A.

Tim Billingham struck two penalties as Park United beat Spalding Harriers Reserves 2-1.

Jimmy Nuttell (two) and Daniel Brackenbury helped Benington Reserves to a 3-2 away win at Sutterton Reserves.

In the Sharman Burgess Sports Cup, Friskney won 4-2 against 10-man Heckington Millers, who had a second player sent off at full time. Chris Harker, Greg Brown (two) and Aaron Hunt were the matchwinners.

Boston College won 3-2 at Skegness United Reserves. Nathan Rivett (two) and Andy Thompson sealed the victory.