BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Swineshead slay the Panthers in county cup

Fishtoft's Marcus Devivar gets stuck in.
Fishtoft's Marcus Devivar gets stuck in.

The Boston Saturday League’s sole representatives remaining in the competition left All Star Panthers with a 3-2 victory after extra time.

Sam Towell in action for Fishtoft.

Sam Towell in action for Fishtoft.

Kieran Rose, Jack Houghton and James Zealand were the matchwinners.

In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, As in previous games recently, Mareham United were theumped 10-0 by Old Leake, also seeing a player sent off for handling on the line.

Scott Mackay (five), Anthony Slater (two), Adam Tempest (two) and James Brader found the net.

Spilsby Town kept the pressure on leaders Swineshead following a 3-3 draw at Wyberton Reserves, where Lee Drury, Nicky Syndercombe and Tyrone Chase had given Wyberton a 3-0 lead.

Jack Cridland goes for goal.

Jack Cridland goes for goal.

Benington’s run of good form came to an end with a 4-3 home defeat against Kirton Town. Gavin Bell (two) and Tom Baxter netted for Benington but Kirton, who had a player sent off with 20 minutes to go, hung on.

Billinghay Athletic beat Ruskington Rovers 5-3 and Fishtoft went down 4-1 at home to Pointon, Neil Allen hitting the consolation.

The match was well refereed by Paul Revell.

In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Coningsby enjoyed a comfortable 4-1 home win against Fosdyke with goals coming from James Todd, Carl Wilson, Sean Taylor and Daniel Whitworth.

Swineshead Reserves claimed three valuable points at rivals Friskney following an impressive 4-1 victory.

Friskney grabbed a consolation through Ryan Appleton but the Swineshead goals came from Richard Barker (three), and Mark Ledger.

Rippingale & Folkingham beat Sutterton 5-3 and Sleaford Colts and Heckington Millers drew 2-2.

Old Doningtonians versus Pointon Reserves failed to go ahead after the home side’s pitch was declared unfit.

In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Leverton made it a perfect 10 wins in a row by sweeping Tetford aside with a thumping 7-0 home win following goals from Nathan Rippin (two), Joe Daubney, Dominic Goddard and a perfect hat-trick from Nathan Hubbert.

Super sub Andy Brown did everything but score for his side - but he did set up two goals.

Spalding Harriers beat Nelson 4-1 while Charlie Eccott also grabbed a brace for Swineshead A in their 4-2 home win against an improved Holbeach Bank side.

Giles Favell and Stuart Kane were also on target for the home side.

Boston College gained another three vital points with a 3-1 away win at Westside Rangers.

Neal Wheatley grabbed the Westside goal.

The derby game at Graves Park between Kirton Town Reserves and FC Kirton was postponed because of the icy conditions, with Sibsey versus Billinghay Reservessuffering the same fate.

Boston Athletic were thumped 5-1 by Pointon A in the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three.

FC Hammers threw away a 2-0 half-time lead to end up empty-handed when they entertained Spalding Harriers Reserves.

Jace Snade (two) and Scott Bates netted in a 4-3 defeat.

AFC Tetford recorded 3-1 home win against Friskney Reserves, as Friskney’s Adam Waples marked his final game of the season with his side’s only goal.

Bobby Smith and Joe Taylor struck the vital goals for Fishtoft Reserves in their feisty away match at Eastern European FC.

The home side saw two players red carded as they lost 2-0.

It was a case of unlucky 13 for FC Boston when they slumped to a double-figure defeat at the hands of the leaders Railway Athletic .

For the record, The Railway’s 13-1 victory came courtesy of Jonny Reeson (four), Brandon Norman (three), Liam Nimmo (three), Damian Gibbons (two) and Chris Moore.

Nathan Greenfield struck FC Boston’s goal.