BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Round-up

Friskney FC receive their new kit from sponsors Westwood Lakes.
Friskney FC receive their new kit from sponsors Westwood Lakes.

Young keeper Chase Maddison helped Old Leake secure a hard-earned point in an exciting 3-3 draw with Fishtoft, with some superb saves.

Bert Snaith (two, one pen) and Adam Tempest netted for the hosts, while Neil Allen bagged a hat-trick in the Taylors Garages Premier Division match, which was well refereed by Nick Sleaford.

Chris Hilton and Declan Sands scored hat-tricks and Simon Long also netted as Kirton Town beat Freiston 7-1.

Benington beat Billinghay 5-3 with Tim Bell (two), Ty Fravigar, Matthew Howard and Tom Baxter the matchwinners.

Curtis Revell’s hat-trick helped keep Wyberton firmly on top of the table when they thumped Old Doningtonians 5-0. Danny Maddison and Ben Jacques also scored as the Dons has Lloyd Oglivie sent off for the second succesive weekend.

Skegness Town Reserves won 3-0 at Pointon and Spilsby Town drew 2-2 with Mareham United.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Danny McNamara and Andy Kelly helped Coningsby defeat Skegness United Reserves 2-0.

Wyberton Reserves thrashed Woodhall 5-0, with Leon Marsh (three), Nicky Syndercombe and Reece Coddington on target.

Fosdyke lost 3-1 at Frieston Reserves, Ruslan Dukalskis netting for the visitors.

Sutterton hit Pointon Reserves for eight. Anthony Brooks (two), Danny Mindham (two) and Dean Fisher (two), Kieran Gatenby and Billy Shinn completed the scoring.

Rippingale & Folkingham beat Billinghay Reserves 5-2.

Swineshead Reserves beat Leverton in the Taylors Ford Division Two, James Hardy, Giles Favell (pen), Dick Stukins, Jack Houghton and Tim Tyler completing a 5-0 success.

Nelson won 3-0 at Mareham United Reserves, thanks to Owen Morgan’s hat-trick.

Friskney had a fine 2-0 home win against Coningsby Reserves, Greg Brown and Chris Harker both scored.

Westside Rangers’ frustrating start to the season continued, following a 9-2 home defeat to Kirton Town Reserves. Andy Brown scored seven times, with Robbie Sansam and Daniel Pearce backing him up.

Heckington Millers beat Spalding Harriers 4-1.

The Taylors Vauxhall Division Three saw FC Hammers beat Holbeach Bank Reserves 5-1. Kristian Taylor (two), Reece Snade, Richard Hardy and Scott Bates won the contest.

Boston College thrashed Rippingale Reserves 10-0, goals coming from Nathan Rivett (three), James Wright (two), Damian Gibbons, Jamie Butler, Andy Thompson and two own goals.

Spalding Harriers Reserves beat Pointon A 2-1.