Neil Johnson rounds up the action from the Boston Saturday Football League...
Wyberton booked their place in the last eight of the Mason Bros Lincs Junior Cup, with a 7-1 victory over Benington.
Gary Frost’s side took a 30-second lead which they never relinquished, the winning goals coming from Curtis Yeatman (two), Dan White (two), Tyrone Chase, Jordan Dixon and Ben Jaques, with Nicky Wiles hitting a consolation.
Old Leake lost 5-4 at Barnetby United, with Bert Snaith (two), Adam Tempest and Jonathan Slater on target.
In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, Jack Houghton’s hat-trick helped elevate Swineshead into top spot following a 5-1 home win against Pointon. Paul Clarke and Mark Ledger were also on target.
Freiston lost 4-1 to Spilsby Town as Lee Jackson hit the consolation goal.
The Taylors Peugeot Division One saw Wrangle United win 4-1 at Pointon Reserves - Joe Pitcher (two), Scott MacKay and Owen Morgan proving the difference.
Micky Johnson scored twice and Ryan Benson, Ross Trestrail and Tom Sewell also netted as Mareham United beat Wainfleet 5-0.
Billinghay Reserves beat Spalding Harriers 4-1 and Spalding Town held Coningsby to a 1-1 draw.
Woodhall Spa beat Wyberton Reserves 4-1, with Dan Johnson scoring for Wyberton.
In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Martin Lynch’s two goals for Coningsby Reserves were not enough as they lost 5-2 to Ruskington Rovers.
Sutterton earned a 7-2 success against Park United. Alex Limb and Thomas Limb hit The Park goals but Anthony Brooks (three), Lathan Millar, Richard Barker, Steve Burdass and Billy Shinn were the match winners.
Fosdyke’s Sam Reeson, Matt Howden and Dan Sansam scored in a 3-2 win over Holbeach Bank.
Leverton demolished Mareham Reserves 10-0.
The Taylors Vauxhall Division Three saw Holbeach Bank Reserves lose 13-1 to Fosdyke Reserves - Craig Owens (three), Ben Charlton (three), Andy Brown (two), Darren Royal (two) and Joe Chapman (two) on target, although Holbeach scored the goal of the game from 45 yards out.
Greg Brown hit five goals for Friskney in their 8-1 victory over Spilsby Reserves.
Jed Stainton, Lee Bradley and Oliver Howard also got on on the scoresheet for the home side.
Referee Lorna Curtis did a fine job in the middle.
Spalding Harriers Reserves won 3-2 against FC Kirton.
Swineshead Reserves won 7-1 at Benington Reserves.
Five games were lost this weekend due to the wet and frosty conditions.
Old Dons v Skegness Town Reserves, Kirton Town Reserves v Westside Rangers, Old Dons Reserves v Nelson, FC Hammers v Sutterton Reserves and Tulip v Pointon A are the five contests which all need to be re-arranged in the upcoming weeks.