BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Wyberton Reserves put 19 past sorry Mareham

Kirton's Reece West goes up against Wes Greenwood, of Ruskington.
Kirton's Reece West goes up against Wes Greenwood, of Ruskington.

Wyberton Reserves trounced Mareham United 19-0 in the Taylors Garages Premier Division.

It was more woe for the away side, who were beaten 8-0 at Old Leake seven days earlier, while Wyberton’s goalscorers were Nicky Syndercombe (five), Reece Coddington (four), Jonny Butler (three), Chris Rutt (two), Ollie Walker (two), Dean Grainger, Diogo Garcia and Michael Smith.

Decland Sands competing for the ball with Ruskington goalkeeper Ben Jackson.

Decland Sands competing for the ball with Ruskington goalkeeper Ben Jackson.

Swineshead Institute beat Billinghay Athletic 7-4 with goals from Mark Sharman (two), Rob Masters (two), Bert Snaith, Alex Snaith and Jack Houghton.

A sending off on the half-hour mark didn’t help Kirton Town’s cause in their home game against Ruskington Rovers, and they saw their 2-1 lead turn into a 3-2 defeat.

Fishtoft went down 3-2 at home to Skegness Town Reserves.

Despite goals from Jamie Skinner and Marcus De Vivar, a straight red card for Skinner hampered their hopes of completing a comeback.

A feisty derby encounter at Old Leake saw Benington grab a hard-earned point following a goal-less draw.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Heckington Millers left Fosdyke with a 5-2 victory.

Fosdyke’s consolations came from Martyn Patterson and Michael Beauchamp.

Friskney hit Rippingale & Folkingham for six in their home encounter.

Greg Brown (two), Victort Sibert (two), Jed Stainton and Jeremy Brown earned the 6-0 victory.

Sleaford Colts chalked up their first points when they defeated Sutterton 3-1 at home.

Freiston made it two wins out of two following a 2-0 away win at Old Doningtonians, Troy Ayton and Perry Dales finding the net.

Boston College continued their impressive start to life in the Taylors Ford Division Two with a 4-0 home win over fellow rivals FC Kirton.

Nathan Rivett struck twice while Jamie Dawson and Sheradon Goodhand completed the scoring.

Nelson got back to winning ways after their two disappointing opening games with a 4-2 home win over Leverton.

Carl Duncan (two), Daniel Bourne and Curtis Yeatman were the matchwinners while Leverton netted through Jay Lawrence and Nathan Hubbert’s penalty.

A Tom Ruck hat-trick helped Westside to a share of the points when they entertained Sibsey in a 4-4 draw.

Neal Wheatley also scored a penalty for Rangers.

AFC Tetford won 5-2 at Holbeach Bank.

A single Giles Favell goal was enough to give Swines

FC Boston’s first game in the league ended in disaster when they were thumped 10-2 at home by Fishtoft Reserves.

Daniel Anderson (three), Tom Hill (three), Jack Hill (two), Bobby Smith and Wade Bradley were the matchwinners, while Curtis Alexander hit both of the Boston goals.

Eastern European FC won 6-2 away at AFC Tetford Reserves.

Their goals came from Tomas Ragelis (three), Piotr Puchala, Ruslan Dukalskis and Mateusz Stepien.

Boston Athletic earned their first win, leaving Spalding Harriers Reserves with a 1-0 success.

Mike McPhail grabbed the only goal of the game.