Boston Saturday Football League: Round-up

Alex Limb in action for Park United.
Alex Limb in action for Park United.
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Title favourites Wyberton moved into top spot of the Taylors Garages Premier Division for the first time.

Wyberton and Old Doningtonians agreed to ‘double up’ on Saturday - their match acting as both a Taylors Garages Premier Division fixture and Sharman Burgess Sports Cup clash.

After moving the fixture from the Causeway to the pitches at Boston Grammar School, this didn’t disrupt Wyberton’s march towards the title as they comfortably brushed aside their opponents with a 7-1 victory.

Curtis Yeatman and Dan White both netted a brace, Jordan Dixon, Dan Maddison and Curtis Revell found the net while Wayne Foster replied for the Dons.

A controversial last-minute penalty denied Benington victory as they shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw with Fishtoft.

Tim Bell (two) and Tom Baxter looked to have wrapped up a 3-2 win, only for Adam Vinters to drive home a leveller from the spot.

Vinters and Mike Emery had earlier scored for Fishtoft.

The only game in the Taylors Peugeot Division One saw Wrangle United and Mareham United draw 0-0.

Park United gained a highly creditable point in a goal-less draw against Westside Rangers in the Taylors Ford Division Two.

Two goals from new signing Darren Munton helped Old Doningtonians Reserves to a 3-3 draw at Fishtoft Reserves.

Andy Ayliff was also on target for the Dons while Fishtoft rescued a valuable point through Pete Matthews (two) and Tom Barkworth.

Billy Shinn and Adam Abell both struck twice for Sutterton in their 6-3 away win at Mareham United.

Danny Clayton and Richard Barker also got on the scoresheet for Sutterton, who moved into second place.

Leverton showed true grit and determination as they played hosts to league leaders Ruskington, before eventually going down 1-0.

The final of the Willoughby Shield will be contested between Freiston Reserves and Kirton Town Reserves.

Division One leaders Freiston Reserves hit Division Three promotion hopefuls, Swineshead Reserves for six, with Fraser Bayliss hitting a hat-trick and Troy Ayton, Jamie Brown and Jamie Elston also on target.

Kirton Town Reserves earned an impressive 2-1 away win at Billinghay Athletic Reserves.

A Willoughby Cup quarter-final tie saw Swineshead defeat Skegness Town Reserves 3-1. A Chris Wing penalty, Jeff Hickey and an own goal did the trick for Swineshead.

Any teams wishing to enter The Boston Saturday Football League must send their completed forms to secretary Elaine Wilson, by May 1. For details call 01205 354190.