Swineshead Institute Reserves lifted the Main Ridge Take Away Reserve Cup with a 3-1 victory over Division Three side AFC Tetford Reserves at Boston Town’s DWB Stadium last Tuesday night.
Tetford defied the two-division gulf between themselves and their opponents by taking a seventh-minute lead through Tom Flatters.
Just three minutes later Giles Favell brought Swineshead level with a low shot.
Swineshead then struck twice in extra time to claim victory - Richard Barker glancing in a header and Man of the Match Liam Murphy floating the ball over the despairing hands of goalkeeper Alan Johnson.
The cup was presented by Chas and Alison Ho from the Main Ridge Take Away, sponsors of the Reserve Cup Competition for the past 33 years.
Swineshead Institute’s first team eased into the BB Insure Willoughby Cup final with a 5-2 home win against Kirton Town, with Mark Sharman scoring twice.
Richard Barker, Bert Snaith and Tim Tyler were also on target.
Division One side Coningsby will be Swineshead’s opponents in the final after they defeated Billinghay Athletic 2-0 the previous week.
In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, Old Leake hit six in their home game against Billinghay.
Adam Tempest struck a hat-trick for the home side while Curtis Revell grabbed a double strike and Scott MacKay hit the other goal from a penalty, before missing a second opportunity from the spot.
Leaders Spilsby Town beat Woodhall Spa United 2-1.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Freiston beat Fosdyke 5-2, Michael Beauchamp’s drive and an own goal were Fosdyke’s consolations.
Heckington Millers took three valuable title-chasing points against Sutterton, winning 4-0.
Friskney and Old Doningtonians provided an eight-goal bonanza but two-goal hauls from Victor Sibert and Greg Brown saw Friskney take the three points following a 5-3 home win.
Jeremy Brown grabbed the other match-winner.
Pointon Reserves remain at the foot of the table following a 5-2 home defeat at the hands of Coningsby.
A depleted Leverton side travelled to Billinghay Reserves in the Taylors Ford Division Two, but the champions won 4-1 thanks to goals from Andy Brown, Danny Goddard, Josh Foreman and Jay Lawrence.
AFC Tetford and Sibsey were involved in a six-goal thriller which ended with both sides sharing the points.
The match between Swineshead A and Nelson didn’t go ahead because of a Lincolnshire FA suspension issue.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, the big top-of-the-table clash between Fishtoft Reserves and Railway Athletic ended all-square following a 2-2 draw.
Fishtoft’s goals came from Jack Hill and Bobby Smith while the leaders replied through a Damian Gibbons brace.
Pointon A were held at home by FC Hammers following a 1-1 draw, Dan Avison netting for the Hammers.
Leon Pycock (two), Martin Bradshaw, Chris Wray, and a Chris Wright penalty saw park United beat FC Boston 5-1.
The Boston Saturday Football League will be staging their second cup final of the season tomorrow night (Thursday) when The Target newspapers Challenge Cup will be contested by Coningsby FC and FC Kirton.
The match pits Division One against Division Two.
The venue will be Boston Town’s DWB Stadium, Tattershall Road, with kick off being at 7pm.