BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Round-up

Leverton's Nathan Rippin skips beyond Wrangle's Daniel Costinel Turcu.
Leverton's Nathan Rippin skips beyond Wrangle's Daniel Costinel Turcu.

Railway Athletic are the only remaining Boston Saturday League side in the Lincolnshire Junior Cup following their thrilling victory over Pinchbeck United.

The Division Two side produced a superb performance to overcome their guests, who are currently lying sixth in the Peterborough Premier League.

Railway shook their opponents by storming into a 3-0 lead through Tony Pascu, Brandon Norman and Damian Gibbons before the visitors hit back reducing the arrears to 3-2. The plucky Boston League side stood firm and held out bravely to make it through to the next round, where they will host the winners of CGB Humbertherm or Wyberton.

Ruskington Rovers and Benington both conceded seven goals in their home ties as they crashed out, Ruskington going down 7-1 to Westwoodside Rangers and Benington losing 7-0 to a strong Skegness Town side.

Kirton Town lost 2-1 at Baston after conceding late into extra time. Chris Hilton netted for Kirton.

Both Pointon and Swineshead scored two goals away from home, but it wasn’t enough as Pointon fell to an 8-2 defeat at College Wanderers (Sam Husband and Nathan Wilson on target) and Swineshead Institute went down 3-2 at Hykeham Town.

In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, Coningsby stunned Old Leake by leaving with a 7-2 victory. James Leafe and Adam Tempest netted for the hosts, but Lee Marshall (three), Carl Wilson, Tom Sewell, Shaun Boothby and Martin Maddison settled it for Coningsby, who also had a penalty saved.

Wyberton Reserves’ home match against Heckington Millers was abandoned after just 25 minutes when home goalkeeper Scott Williams suffered a nasty head injury.

The match is likely to be replayed on a date to be arranged.

Spilsby Town won 5-1 at Fishtoft while Skegness Town Reserves were forced to postpone their home match against Billinghay Athletic due to a waterlogged pitch.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, an amazing 55-yard lofted effort from FC Wrangle’s Dan Redford helped his side share a valuable point in their 4-4 draw at home to promotion hopefuls Leverton SFC. Gabriel Angher (two) and Ben Jacques also netted for the hosts, while Leverton’s goals came from Joe Daubney (two) and Nathan Hubbert (two).

Freiston scored three late goals through Frazer Bayliss (two) and Mark Lovelace to win 3-0 at Woodhall Spa.

Friskney got back to winning ways with a 3-1 home win against Fosdyke, Bob Jackson, Greg Brown and Mashita Bogdan winning the contest.

In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Eastern European FC remain top of the table following a 2-0 away win at Coningsby Reserves thanks to a Piotr Puchala double.

AFC Tetford won 5-1 home win against Park United.

Leon Creasey and Kamar Yeatman both scored two goals apiece in Sibsey’s 6-3 home win against Holbeach Bank. Carl Tate and Kane Tate completed the scoring.

Pointon Reserves enjoyed a comfortable 3-0 home win against Billinghay Reserves while Mareham United went down 6-0 to Fishtoft Reserves.

Boston Athletic continue to leak goals in the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three. Boston Titans beat them 11-0 as Matt Howden (four), Mike McPhail (four), Helder Faria, Chris Lane and Dan Sansam netted.

FC Hammers came out on top in a seven-goal thrilleragainst Benington Reserves.

Reece Snade, Liam Ingamells, Kristian Taylor and Richard Hardy hit the match-winners for the Hammers.

There was another seven-goal thriller at Wyberton A where Old Dons Reserves went down 4-3.

Luke Barnett, Brandon Harker (two) netted consolations while braces from Jason Allen and Ollie Walker settled the three points in Wyberton’s favour.

Pointon A and Friskney Reserves shared the points following a 1-1 draw while Northgate Olympic beat Spalding Harriers 6-2.