In the only Taylors Garages Premier Division game on Saturday, Pointon played hosts to basement side Mareham United.
The visitors put up a brave fight before going down 7-0.
Sam Husband and Nathan Wilson both struck hat-tricks for Pointon, while Dane Hardy also got on the scoresheet.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Pointon Reserves hit three goals at home against Rippingale & Folkingham but still ended up empty-handed.
Lewis Tarry, Chris Barnes and Mike Rowlatt all scored for the home side but it was all to no avail as Rippingale hit back four times to take the three points following a 4-3 away win.
James Ferrow did most of the damage with a hat-trick, while Tom Edwards struck the other match-winner.
Boston College hit Coningsby Reserves for six in the Taylors Ford Division Two.
James Wright hitting a hat-trick while Sheradon Goodhand grabbed two goals and Nathan Rivett struck the other in a 6-1 home win.
Spalding Harriers and Billinghay Reserves shared the points in a 2-2 draw.
Adam Thompson and Cameron Cope hit the Spalding goals while Matthew Bean hit both of the Billinghay goals.
Kirton Town Reserves heaped more misery on Holbeach Bank when they came away with a 9-0 away win under their belts.
Martin Durrant and Daniel Lovelace both hit hat-tricks while Leandro Silva grabbed two.
The other Kirton goal came from Robbie Sansam.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Park United put in a lacklustre performance at home against Eastern European FC and deservedly went down 3-1.
Park’s solitary consolation goal came from the penalty spot when Chris Wright converted from 12 yards.
The match between Friskney Reserves and Benington Reserves was settled by a solitary Stefan Furnell goal in the dying moments of the game.
Benington had to play the final 25 minutes with 10 men after having a player dismissed, but they managed to hold out for the three points following their slender 1-0 away win.
Scott Bates grabbed another two goals for FC Hammers in their 4-0 home win against Boston Athletic.
Kristian Taylor and goalkeeper Owen Taylor, from the penalty spot, made sure of victory.
Pointon A hit eight goals away from home at FC Boston in a high-scoring game.
The Boston side scored through Grant Huber, who hit two and Craig Mitchell, but they had no answer to Pointon’s lively attack.
Daniel Miller and Cryss Stoffel both hit two goals apiece while Jason Gough, Michael Musson, Mark Kelby and Sean Taylor completed the scoring in an 8-3 away score-line.
After several weeks of uncertainty, Rippingale & Folkingham finally decided to withdraw their reserve side from Division Three so last Saturday’s scheduled opponents, Fishtoft Reserves were without a game.
It is highly likely that the club’s request will be approved at the next League Management meeting on February 11.