In the Fishtoft Cup Jason Cooke’s two goals helped Woodhall Spa United reach the final with a 2-1 win over Wrangle United.
Daniel Anderson replied for Wrangle.
Wyberton will be Woodhall’s opponents in the final following their 3-2 home win over rivals Swineshead Institute. Two goals from Curtis Yeatman helped his side book their place in the final. Dan White grabbed the other Wyberton goal while Jack Houghton and Paul Clarke kept Swineshead in the tie.
In the Taylors Garages Premier Division Gavin Bell bagged a 3-2 win as Benington fended off an Old Dons fightback at Hall Lane.
Daniel Redford’s goal just wasn’t enough in Freiston’s 7-1 drubbing against Skegness Town Reserves.
At Fishtoft the home side recorded their third victory, 4-3, since Christmas, Scoring for Kirton were Dean Seiner Martin Durrant and for Fishtoft were Declan Wilson, Neil Allen and Marcus De Vivar.
In Taylors Peugeot Division One the big top of the table clash took place at Coningsby where the encounter with Mareham Utd ended 1-1. Recent transfer Danny Prue, grabbed the Coningsby goal while Mareham’s reply came courtesy of an own goal.
Leaders Freiston Reserves went goal-crazy in their home encounter against Pointon Reserves scoring fourteen times without reply. Striker Troy Ayton grabbed a double hat-trick. Perrie Dale also grabbed a hat-trick while the other goals came from Lucky Singh, John Tomlin, Frazer Bayliss and Reece Coddington.
Goals from Nathan Padley and Damian Gibbons earned Wyberton Reserves a 2-1 away win at Spalding Harriers. Adam Thompson hit The Spalding goal.
In Taylors Ford Division Two Leverton were ahead within thirty seconds of their away match at Old Doningtonians Reserves when Alex Tilley scored the game’s opening goal before Old Dons equalised. A lively Leverton then pressed hard on the Dons back line at the start of the second half before Ash Jackson scored to put Leverton back in front.
Westside Rangers and Nelson shared the points in a 3-3 draw at Rosebery Avenue. Neal Wheatley struck two goals for Rangers while James Leafe grabbed the other. Nelson replied through Ben Swift, Ady Dobriansky and Ben Ladds.
Ruskington Rovers came out on top of their battle at Fosdyke following a 4-2 away win.
Kirton Town Reserves got back to winning ways with goals from Ashley Hughes and Kyle Bates for a 2-0 win over Park United.
Billy Shinn struck the only goal of the game in Sutterton’s 1-0 win at Holbeach Bank.
In Taylors Vauxhall Division Three F.C. Hammers earned a point with a 2-2 draw at leaders Swineshead Res w. Swineshead’s scorer was Giles Favell and Scott Bates earned The Hammers their point.
There was a 1-1 draw at F.C. Kirton versus Holbeach Bank Reserves. Danny Gatenby hit The Kirton goal.
Spalding Harriers Reserves took a 3-0 away win at Sutterton Reserves. Jamie Robinson, Callum Parry and Daniel Langford scored.
Finally in the Barclays Brokers Willoughby Shield Round One recent Mareham United transfer Dan Hines returned to deal the killer-blow for his new side, Fishtoft Reserves.