BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Wyberton Reserves suffer first defeat

Eastern European FC's Ruslan Dukalskis battles with Fishtoft's Sam Duff.
Eastern European FC's Ruslan Dukalskis battles with Fishtoft's Sam Duff.

In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, just one goal separated Benington and Fishtoft.

However, on this occasion it was Fishtoft who found the net as Benington were unable to repeat last week’s heroics at the expense of Swineshead Institute.

Coningsby scored a goal in each half to subject Skegness Town Reserves to their sixth League defeat, Duane Sweet and Jack O’Bierne on target.

Old Leake travelled to Kirton and bagged all three points in an eight-goal thriller, Declan Sands and Reece West scoring for the Kirton side, but Old Leake ran out 6-2 winners.

Wyberton Reserves suffered their first defeat of the season as they lost 2-1 at fellow title contenders Spilsby Town.

Bottom team Pointon shocked defending champions by holding them to a 2-2 draw, twice taking the lead.

n In Division One, FC Magnet continued to struggle to raise a side and withdrew from the league on Thursday evening.

Concerns continue also with Sutterton who pulled out of their fixture against Freiston last weekend as they could not raise a team.

It was a miserable afternoon for Swineshead as their Reserves also lost to current leaders Boston College 6-2

College’s goals came from Craig Gosling, Andrew Thompson, Reece Young and Jamie Dawson, while Josh Sands and Tom Ebberley produced the goals for Swineshead.

Leverton secured an important three points in an interesting encounter with fourth-placed Friskney. The home side took a two-goal lead in the first half through Nathan Hubbert and Marc Hipwell.

After the break the visitors did start playing some creative football and pulled it back to 2-2 through Andy Carter and Jeremy Brown. But they were unable to hang on and Leverton fought back to win it thanks to Nathan Rippin.

n In Division Two, FC Kirton twice took the lead against AFC Tetford, but twice the home team clawed their way back into the game, eventually going on to win 3-2.

Billinghay Athletic Reserves beat Park United 2-1.

Fishtoft Reserves took an unlikely lead in their game against high-flying Eastern European FC, and it looked like they were heading for a shock win, until the away side struck back with two goals in the last 15 minutes to snatch a 2-1 victory.

Holbeach Bank enjoyed a rare victory, recording a 10-2 win over strugglers Mareham United.

Pointon Reserves beat Coningsby Reserves 2-0.

Sibsey took a two goal-lead against Kirton Town Reserves, thanks to Alex Cammack and Lee Waters, only for Kirton to level at 2-2. However, goals from Cammack and Levi Emmanuel saw Sibsey win 4-2.

Railway Athletic recorded an emphatic 8-2 victory over Swineshead Institute A, Curtis Yeatman (four), Nicky Frost (two), Brandon Norman and Steve Appleby all on target for the Railway, while Dean Seiner scored a brace for the home side.

n In Division Three, Northgate Olympic secured a 3-1 victory over Boston Titans.

FC Boston leaked another 15 goals when they played host to Benington Reserves, Josh Eldred scoring their consolation goal.

Friskney Reserves started their game against Spalding Harriers with only nine men, but thankfully a 10th man joined them just after the start. Donovan Vickers’ penalty put Friskney in front, but Spalding won 4-1.

Spilsby Town Reserves beat Old Doningtonians Reserves 1-0, while Pointon A and Leverton Reserves drew 3-3. Wyberton A trounced Boston Athletic 14-0.

n In round one of the Spalding Inter-Services Trophy, Old Dons lost 4-3 to Spalding Town.

nIn the Lincoln Village Trophy, Billinghay Athletic lost 6-2 to Cherry Willingham, Woodhall Spa lost 3-1 at Railway Inn and Heckington Millers beat Fulbeck 6-2.

Ruskington Rovers received a walkover against Saxilby.