Boston Saturday League: Wyberton hit six in Lincs Junior Cup

Adam Lester shoots during Old Leake's win over Louth.
Adam Lester shoots during Old Leake's win over Louth.

NEIL Johnson’s weekly round-up of local league action...

MASON Bros Lincs Junior Cup

DAN White and Ben Jacques both hit two goals in Wyberton’s comfortable 6-0 home win against BBM of Scunthorpe.

Curtis Yeatman and Dan Maddison were also on target for the home side.

WRANGLE United hosted Blues Club from Gainsborough, booking their place in the next round with a 5-2 win.

After going a goal down , Wrangle grabbed five goals.

Chris Shipley pounced from close range after Sam Duff’s header had been parried out by the keeper, before Owen Morgan glanced home a header.

Karolis Andriulionis scored with a deflected shot, Shipley netted his second from 25 yards and Lemos Pereira scored an individual goal before the visitors pulled a goal back.

OLD Doningtonians needed a late extra-time goal to snatch victory against Crowle Town Colts following a 3-2 home win.

Crowle opened the scoring before Dave Slaughter levelled with a fierce 25-yard free-kick.

The Dons went 2-1 ahead before Crowle stunned the home side with a last–gasp equaliser.

Kieran Rose came to the rescue with just five minutes of extra time left when he fired home the winner.

SPILSBY Town hit three goals without reply when they entertained Tetney Rovers.

Jack Bache, Jordan Smith and Adam Dales were all on target.

BERT Snaith hit two goals for Old Leake in their 3-1 home over AFC Louth, while Chris Baker also got on the scoresheet.

POINTON lost 6-3 at Hykeham Town, three of the Hykeham goals coming from the penalty spot.

SWINESHEAD went down to a narrow 4-3 defeat at Epworth Town, with Chris Wing scoring twice and Richard Johnson hitting the other Swineshead goal.

WOODHALL Spa United suffered a 7-0 drubbing at Barnetby United.

BENINGTON had a walkover after opponents Mablethorpe Athletic failed to raise a side for their trip.

FISHTOFT withdrew from their daunting away match at Scunthonians due to a lack of players.

Taylors Peugeot Division One

A JOHN Tomlin hat-trick helped Freiston Reserves to an emphatic 7-1 away win at Spalding Harriers.

Tomlin’s treble ensured his side maintained top spot after their impressive start in Division One following their promotion.

Dave Whalley, Dane Harper, Lucky Singh and Perrie Dale also got on the scoresheet while the Spalding goal came from Allan Lawrence.

WYBERTON Reserves’ Nicky Syndercombe claimed a superb four-goal haul at Wainfleet United to see his side move further up the table following a high-scoring 6-4 away win.

Daniel Johnson hit the other two goals for Wyberton.

Wainfleet’s replies came from Adam Mitchell, Anthony Stillwell and an own goal.

POINTON Reserves enjoyed a comfortable 4-0 home win over Billinghay Athletic Reserves thanks to goals from Richard Jones, Mark Smith, Brad Munton and Chris Barnes.

THERE was a 4-0 home win at Mareham United, where Spalding Town went home empty-handed.

Goals from Graham Johnson, Craig Newstead, Darren Trapmore and Ryan Benson did the damage for the home side.

TWO goals from Paul Watts helped Skegness United Reserves to a 3-1 away win at Coningsby.

Sam Walker grabbed the other Skegness goal, while Stuart Thomson replied for the home side.

Taylors Ford Division Two

THEY may be languishing at the bottom of the table, but Park United can take heart in their brave performance at high-flying Fosdyke.

Plucky Park put plenty of effort in during the first half as they found themselves consistently chasing Fosdyke around the pitch.

Ruslan Dulkalskis fired Fosdyke ahead before Josh Eldred levelled.

However, Fosdyke added two more from Luke Smith and Nicky De Vries to win 3-1.

TWO fancied sides, Sutterton and Ruskington Rovers, clashed at Park Avenue.

Anthony Brooks scored for Sutterton in a 1-1 draw, while Liam Kishere grabbed the Ruskington goal.

NELSON dropped their first point of the season when they were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Mareham Reserves.

Christian Parker and Liam Shinn struck the Nelson goals as Carl Wilson and Kirk Llewellyn hit the goals to earn Mareham their hard-earned point.

WESTSIDE Rangers and Coningsby Reserves drew 2-2.

Jody Betts and Tom Bates hit the Westside goals as Coningsby replied through Jamie McFee and Richard Hartley.

FISHTOFT Reserves and Kirton Town Reserves also drew 2-2.

Declan Wilson and Tim Billingham were on target for Fishtoft but Town salvaged a point with goals from Declan Sands and Alex Cammack.

LEVERTON claimed their second successive victory when they recorded a fine 3-1 away win at Holbeach Bank.

Adam Busby, Nathan Rippin and Will Chalmers hit the winning goals, with Stuart Boswell repling for the Bank.

Referee Dave Bent had an excellent game, refereeing very sensibly and keeping the game flowing.

OLD Dons Reserves went down to a heavy 5-0 defeat when they entertained Queens Rangers.

The visitors took the three points with goals from Lewis Emmanuel (two), Liam Watson, Shane Brackenbury and Jimmy Britton.

Taylors Vauxhall Division Three

IN THE big top-of-the-table clash, Swineshead Reserves came out on top against FC Kirton, following a 2-1 home win.

Giles Favell hit Swineshead’s winning goals and Aaron Bradshaw replied for the Kirton side.

FRISKNEY got back to winning ways following two successive defeats, with a 5-2 home win against Fosdyke Reserves.

Mark Tether and Aaron Hunt got Friskney off to a storming start with the opening two goals inside the first 10 minutes.

Simon Goy added another before the visitors replied to make the half-time score 3-1.

Ryan Lowe and Ross Clow added further goals after the break before Fosdyke netted again.

Fosdyke’s goals came from Daniel Pearce and Drew McGuire.

SPILSBY Town Reserves thumped Sutterton Reserves 5-1 at home, with Travis Herberts scoring two of his side’s goals.

Jake Smith, Toby Smith and Graham Blades grabbed the other match-winning goals.

BURGH United went goal-crazy in their home match against Holbeach Bank Reserves.

Luke Bowes hitting a hat-trick in an 8-1 victory, while Will Britton (two), Carl Jupp, Calum Pearce and Jamie Epton were also on target for a rampant Burgh side.

GOALS from John Mott and Piotr Puchala secured the three points for Pointon A following their 2-1 home win against Tulip FC.

STEVE Woodcock was on target for Benington Reserves again when his side came away from FC Hammers with maximum points following a 2-0 away win.

George Crewe hit the other Benington goal.