BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Below-par Mareham Leake eight goals

Friskney Reserves' Craig Thacker and FC Hammers' Lance Hardy battle for the ball.
Friskney Reserves' Craig Thacker and FC Hammers' Lance Hardy battle for the ball.
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Old Leake kicked off their Taylors Garages Premier Division campaign by thumping Mareham United 8-0.

The hosts are trying to regroup after losing a number of key players, but Old Leake showed no mercy as they goals flew in from Adam Tempest (three), Alex Earle (two), Chris Lawson, James Brader and an own goal.

Wyberton Reserves claimed a 4-2 victory over Billinghay Athletic.

Jasper Caudwell hit both of the Billinghay goals but it wasn’t enough for the points.

Swineshead are looking the team to beat following their second successive away win, this time a 5-3 win at Pointon.

Ian Jacquest hit two of the Pointon goals while Ollie Cooper also got on the scoresheet, but Swineshead’s matchwinners were Mark Sharman, Rob Masters, Guy Mantle, Bert Snaith and an own goal.

Spilsby Town and Kirton Town served a feast of goals at Ancaster Avenue, the hosts edging it 5-4.

Jack Solomon struck two goals for Spilsby while Eddie Rich, Jake Akers and Josh Wood secured a close-fought victory.

Ruskington Rovers and Skegness Town Reserves shared the points following a 0-0 draw.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Freiston earned a 3-2 home win at the expense of Coningsby.

Troy Ayton (two) and Chris Hilton scored the winning goals.

After last week’s winning start, Fosdyke’s Tangerine dream descended into a nightmare out at Heckington with a dismal 5-0 defeat against the Millers.

Kane Brown (three), Kevin Hoare, Dom Kew box netted for the newly-promoted side.

Leverton got their season off to flying start in the Taylors Ford Division Two, following a thumping 8-2 win away at Spalding Harriers.

Nathan Rippin bagged a fantastic five-goal haul, while Ben Reeson netted twice and an own goal completed the scoring for the rampant visitors.

However, the visitors were forced to finish the game with 10 men after four players suffered injuries.

James Todd struck twice for Coningsby Reserves as they thumped Holbeach Bank 5-0 at home.

Sam Brader, Duane Sweet and Danny Cottingham were also on target.

Newly-promoted Boston College begun life in Division Two with an impressive home win against fellow promoted rivals Swineshead A.

Nathan Rivett and James Wright secured a 2-0 scoreline.

Kirton Town Reserves fell to an embarrassing defeat in their opening match at Westside Rangers.

Kirton Town are still looking to bolster their squad and on this evidence they need to act quickly after shipping in 10 goals against an impressive Rangers team.

James Leafe, Jody Betts and Lewis Trevor each struck a brace while Danny Beecham, Matthew Scott, Tom Ruck and Paul Barker also netted.

In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, FC Hammers got their season off to a flying start with a 4-1 home win against Friskney Reserves.

Scott Bates (two), Aarran Modley and Reece Snade were the matchwinners.

Benington Reserves hit six in their home game against Spalding Harriers Reserves.

Gavin Bell (three), James Delorenzo, Joe Wood and Ryan Lawson all scored.

Railway Athletic made it two draws out of two when they held Eastern European FC to a 1-1 stalemate.

Ruslan Dukalskis hit the Eastern European’s goal as they remain unbeaten.

Newly-formed Boston Athletic are still looking for their first point of the season following a second successive defeat.

A single Craig Simmons goals gave Pointon A a slender 1-0 away win.