Friskney's Lee Bradley beats Gareth Tomlinson of Sleaford Colts to the ball.
Friskney's Lee Bradley beats Gareth Tomlinson of Sleaford Colts to the ball.

Underdogs Kirton FC caused a real upset by beating first division Coningsby to lift the Target Newspapers Challenge Cup.

The Division Two outfit were up for the challenge and proved too hot for Coningsby to handle.

Fishtoft's Jamie Kuhn and Nicky Wyles look to sneak the ball from Spilsby's Travis Herbets.

Fishtoft's Jamie Kuhn and Nicky Wyles look to sneak the ball from Spilsby's Travis Herbets.

Coningsby skipper Alistair Smith saw an early effort strike the post, but Kirton hit back to lead 2-0 early on.

Kieran Gatenby opened the scoring when he stole the ball from keeper Andrew Carr, before Dimitrius Arisonko scrambled home a second.

An own goal made it 3-0 after the interval but Jamie Todd and Lee Gemmell set up a grandstand finish by responding for Coningsby.

However, Kirton held on for victory, with Jim White named man of the match.

Leverton booked their place in the Sharman Burgess Sports Cup final with a 2-1 extra-time victory at Benington.

Rhys Cox put the hosts in front before Joe Daubney headed a leveller seven minutes into time added on, with Benington upset that the referee had allowed play to go on despite a raised offside flag.

Jay Lawrence struck the winning goal in time added on.

Division Two Leverton will now face Division Three Railway Athletic in the final after they heaped more cup misery onto Coningbsy following a 2-1 victory.

Liam Nimmo and Liam Wilson hit the decisive goals in a game well handled by referee Paul Revell.

In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, Skegness Town Reserves and Benington shared the points in a dour and goalless midweek affair, in which the away side’s Ricky Drury hit the post three times.

Also in midweek, title chasing Swineshead Institute beat Wyberton Reserves 2-0 courtesy of strikes from Rob Masters and Richard Barker.

Swineshead added a further three points on Saturday, beating struggling Mareham United 9-0.

Bert Snaith hit a double hat-trick, getting his name on the scoresheet six times.

Liam Murphy, Rob Masters and Guy Mantle also found the net.

Old Leake beat Skegness 5-2, storming into a 4-0 half-time lead.

The matchwinning goals came from Adam Tempest, Antony Slater, Curtis Revell (two) and Chris Baker.

Fellow title hopefuls Spilsby Town won 4-0 at Fishtoft.

The Taylors Peugeot Division One saw Freiston ensure survival with a superb 4-3 home win against title-chasers Heckington Millers.

Chris Hilton was the main instigator, grabbing a hat-trick, while Fraser Bayliss was also on target.

Old Doningtonians produced a fine comeback in their home match against Sutterton to take the three points.

Lloyd Oglivie, Dave Slaughter, an own goal and Ollie Gedney saw the Dons come from behind to win 4-1.

Friskney and Sleaford Colts shared the points following a 1-1 draw.

Victor Sibert salvaged a point for the hosts.

Nelson hit Holbeach Bank for nine at Rosebery Avenue in the Taylors Ford Division Two.

Dan Holland grabbed a fine hat-trick.

Stuart Beeson and Ben Burton both hit braces while Paul Sims and Christian Parker completed the 9-0 rout with goals of their own.

Jordan Eccott struck two goals for Swineshead A in their 4-2 home win against Westside Rangers.

Josh Runnalls and Richard Stukins also got on the scoresheet.

In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Fishtoft Reserves took a big step towards promotion with a 2-0 win at Pointon A following goals from Joe Taylor and Jack Hill.

Alex Limb hit a consolation as Park United were beaten 3-1 by AFC Tetford Reserves.