Freiston's Reece Fletcher holds off Sonny Pilgrim.
Freiston's Reece Fletcher holds off Sonny Pilgrim.

Spilsby Town threw the Taylors Garages Premier Premier Division title race wide open with a storming 2-1 home win against rivals, Swineshead Institute.

Eddie Rich and Travis Herberts were the matchwinners as Town went top, although Swineshead still have two games in hand.

Greg Allen slides in on Patrick Kacirkova.

Greg Allen slides in on Patrick Kacirkova.

Benington and Wyberton Reserves shared the spoils in a windswept clash.

Rhys Cox had put Benington ahead against his former club, but Wyberton equalised before the break through Jake Beauchamp.

Fishtoft came away from Graves Park with all three points after comfortably beating Kirton Town 4-1.

Neil Allen struck two goals for the visitors while Jamie Skinner and Joe Harris also got on the scoresheet.

Woodhall Spa United beat Billinghay Athletic 3-0 while Pointon and Old Leake drew 1-1, Antony Slater netting for Leake before Pointon drew level when Leake linesman Danny Tempest flagged to confirm a cleared effort had indeed crossed the line.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One,

Heckington Millers remain on course for promotion following a comfortable 7-2 away win at Old Doningtonians.

Rippingale & Folkingham finished on a high note as they ended their season with a 3-0 home win against Freiston.

Although Fosdyke and Coningsby played out a goal-less draw it was hardly the dour affair.

Coningsby - who had a man sent off in the closing exchanges - rattled the post but Fosdyke ground out a point.

Leverton sealed the Taylors Ford Division Two title in style, smashing eight past Holbeach Bank away from home.

Alex Tilley celebrated his birthday with a brace while Andy Brown and Dom Goddard also hit doubles.

Joe Daubney and Nathan Rippin completed the scoring for the champions while a Holbeach consolation came from Simon Hall.

A Sam Brader goal was enough to give Coningsby Reserves maximum points in their home game against Kirton Town Reserves.

Westside Rangers had a welcome victory when they defeated AFC Tetford United 2-1 thanks to goals from Jody Betts and James Norris.

FC Kirton and Boston College played out a goalless draw but the two teams still played their parts in producing an exciting competitive encounter which could have gone either way.

Swineshead A were minus several key players for their home match against Sibsey and were forced to play their goalkeeper in a striking role and had to draft in a 16-year old into their line-up.

Sibsey took advantage of their opponents’ misfortunes by chalking up a 5-2 away win.

In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, AFC Tetford Reserves hit FC Boston for nine in their home game in a 9-1 success.

The match between Pointon A and Park United didn’t finish until around 6pm after an unfortunate injury to Ryan Huskisson.

The Park United player suffered a dislocated knee during the warm-up and had to wait for an ambulance to transport him to hospital.

The match finally got underway, just as the Pointon versus Old Leake game on an adjacent pitch, finished.

When the game finally got underway Pointon won 2-0.

Huskisson was discharged from hospital later that night.

The final of the BB INsure Willoughby Shield will be contested between Billinghay Athletic Reserves and Fishtoft Reserves.

Billinghay made hard work of disposing of third division Friskney Reserves and they needed extra time to seal their place in the final with a 2-1 victory.

Billinghay also missed apenalty in normal time.

Fishtoft Reserves caused a cup upset by defeating Division One leaders Swineshead Reserves.

The third division title chasers booked their place in the final as goals from Dan Anderson, Owen Morgan and Deividas Urbsys secured a 3-2 home win.

Swineshead replied through Richard Barker and Nic Stone.

The round one tie between Skegness Town Reserves and Friskney finally got underway after two previous postponements, and the encounter provided a cup upset as goals from Greg Brown and an own goal dumped the Premier side out of the competition 2-1.