Boston Saturday League: round-up

Action from Fishtoft versus Benington.
Action from Fishtoft versus Benington.

The Taylors Garages Premier Division saw Fishtoft and Benington share six goals in a game which also saw four players dismissed.

Neil Allen fired the hosts ahead before Benington had Nicky Wiles sent off for dissent.

Ben Parkinson’s deflected cross levelled it but Fishtoft led again through Allen.

Fishtoft’s Brett Sinclair collected two yellows before Pete Coonan was sent off for an off-the-ball incident. The hosts were reduced to eight men when Mark Wakefield conceded a penalty to collect his second booking - Parkinson converting the spot kick.

Tim Bell put Benington ahead but Fishtoft snatched a last-gasp leveller through Liam Ogden.

Old Dons edged out Spilsby Town 3-2, Liam Pitts (pen), Kieran Rose and Martin Fox on target.

Old Leake went down 5-1 against Swineshead.

Bert Snaith scored Leake’s consolation, but Jack Hougthon (two), Mark Ledger, Chris Wing and Scott Hempsall were the matchwinner. Jonathan Prue was sent off for Swineshead.

The Taylors Peugeot Division One saw promotion rivals Coningsby and Freiston Reserves drew 1-1. Tom Deamer scored for Freiston.

Spalding Harriers went down 2-1 against Spalding Town.

Leaders Ruskington Rovers earned a 5-2 home win against Sutterton in the Taylors Ford Division Two.

Sutterton’s goals came from Adam Abell and Richard Barker.

Fosdyke kept the pressure on the leaders with a handsome 5-0 home win against Fishtoft Reserves.

Sam Reeson (three), Matt Howden and Dave Reid were the matchwinners.

Nelson came up against a strong Kirton Town Reserves outfit and went down 6-3.

Liam Shinn grabbed two of the Nelson goals while Ben Swift was also on target in the defeat.

Leverton and Westside Rangers drew 2-2, Leverton’s goals coming from Connor Wroot and Nathan Rippin (pen).

Queens Rangers’ application to withdraw from the league was accepted.

Jed Stainton (two) and Simon Goy helped Friskney to a 3-1 win over Burgh United in the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three.

FC Hammers’ beat Benington Reserves 4-0.

Fosdyke Reserves earned a 9-0 win over Tulip FC.

Drew McGuire missed a penalty before his side found their ruthless streak.

Andy Brown (two), Daniel Pearce (three), Dan Brackenbury, Joe Chapman, McGuire and Scott Brackenbury found the net.

The Main Ridge Take Away Reserve Cup clash saw Wyberton Reserves beat Pointon Reserves 3-2, Curtis Yeatman, Kane Watson and Nicky Syndercombe hitting the winning goals.