Ruskington Rovers' Dan Hornebattles with Wyberton Reserves' Reece Coddington.
Ruskington Rovers' Dan Hornebattles with Wyberton Reserves' Reece Coddington.

Title-chasing Swineshead Institute suffered their first Taylors Garages Premier Division defeat of the season.

The Tutes went down 2-1 at Billinghay Athletic, courtesy of Jasper Caudwell’s two first-half goals.

Wyberton's Reece Beauchamp battles with Josh Asbrey, of Ruskington.

Wyberton's Reece Beauchamp battles with Josh Asbrey, of Ruskington.

Old Leake produced a resilient defensive performance to earn all three points away against Kirton Town, Antony Slater’s 10th-minute header the only goal.

Struggling Mareham United made Woodhall Spa United fight all the way for their 4-0 victory, all the goals coming in the second half.

Spilsby Town and Fishtoft could only be separated by a single goal at Ancaster Avenue, and that came from the penalty spot as Eddie Rich handed the hosts the victory.

Ruskington Rovers fell to another defeat when Wyberton Reserves returned home with all three points.

Striker Nicky Syndercombe hit the all-important winner for Wyberton following a 1-0 away win.

Skegness Town Reserves made the long journey to Pointon but ended up empty-handed following a 4-2 defeat.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Coningsby continue to play catch-up and attempt to make a late surge for promotion.

This week they earned a 2-1 home win against Sleaford Colts, Aaron McConnell and Carl Wilson on target.

Jimmy Britton hit two goals for Sutterton in their 3-2 away win at Pointon Reserves.

Dean Seiner struck the other goal for the visitors.

Friskney got back to winning ways with a 3-0 home win against Freiston.

Victor Sibert grabbed two of their goals while Ryan Appleton hit the other.

Rippingale & Folkingham’s young side continued their recent good run with a 2-0 away win at Old Doningtonians.

Leverton became the first side to secure promotion in the Boston League with a hard-fought 3-0 victory over Westside Rangers in the Taylors Ford Division Two.

On a difficult playing surface that didn’t allow either side to reach their potential, Nathan Rippin (two) and Marc Hipwell did the damage, while Dom Goddard managed to hit the post three times without finding the back of the net.

Holbeach Bank are still searching for their first victory of the season, this weekend they lost 1-0 to Billinghay Reserves.

A Liam Shinn hat-trick gave Nelson a hard-earned victory over a spirited Kirton Town Reserves, courtesy of a 3-2 scoreline.

Town’s goals came from Ashley Davis and Richard Borrill while referee Rob Holland kept the game flowing throughout and had a superb game in the middle.

Sibsey left Spalding Harriers with a 4-2 victory.

In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Railway Athletic edged closer to promotion with a 3-0 away win at Benington Reserves thanks to goals from Liam Nimmo, Danny Woods and Brandon Norman.

Railway have also been awarded three points as their February defeat to Pointon A was reversed after it was discovered that Pointon had fielded an ineligible player.

Fishtoft Reserves remain in second place following a 3-2 home win against AFC Tetford Reserves.

The vital goals came from Dan Anderson, Jack Mitchell and Jack Cridland.

Referee Phil Keeble controlled the game superbly.

Park United’s Alex Limb hit all of his team’s goals in a 5-1 home win against Friskney Reserves.

Boston Athletic beat FC Boston 4-1 as Matt Howden and Mike McPhail grabbed two goals each.