Fishtoft hit eleven after going behind

Fishtoft (blue) v Mareham (b/w). James Skinner (blue), Rob Taylor (b/w).
Fishtoft (blue) v Mareham (b/w). James Skinner (blue), Rob Taylor (b/w).

Fishtoft overcame a nightmare start to hammer Mareham 11-1 in the Boston Saturday League Taylors Garages Premier Division.

Mareham went ahead straight from the kick-off, without a Fishtoft player even touching the ball, but that was as good as it got for the basement side.

Fishtoft were 7-1 up by the break, before adding four further goals in the second half.

Neil Allen led the way with five goals while Jamie Skinner (2), Liam Ogden, Jordan Lote, Nicky Wyles and Adam Vinters also found the net.

Wyberton Reserves were also among the goals when hitting six at Pointon. Recent signing from Old Leake, Alex Earle, grabbed one of the goals while debutantMichael Swain also got on the scoresheet.

The other goals in a 6-2 win came from Reece Beauchamp, Johnny Butler, Tyrone Chase and Michael Smith.

Old Leake again struggled to fill their goalkeeping position forthe trip to title favourites Swineshead Institute, where Kieran Stocks filled in between the posts.

Rob Masters converted a penalty while Kieran Rose, Alex Snaith and Bert Snaith also scored to keep the pressure on leaders Spilsby, who won 3-0 at Kirton Town.

Benington battled back from two goals down to win 3-2 at Woodhall Spa.

Spa scored twice inside the opening half-hour through Jason Cooke and Ian (Jack) Draper, but an audacious long-range effort from Matthew Hood reduced the arrears and Gavin Bell’s second-half brace secured the points.

Taylors Peugeot Division One leaders Swineshead Reserves got back to winning ways with a 6-0 win at Old Doningtonians.

Richard Barker scored twice while the others came from Josh Sands, Josh Smith, Giles Favell and Andy Bullman.

Sutterton just edged the honours in their local derby with Fosdyke, winning 4-3 thanks to goals from Dean Seiner, Adam Coulson, Luke Chester and Ashley Jones.

Jordan Inglis and Nathan Smith (2) scored for Fosdyke, who pushed Sutterton all the way.

Leverton took a big step towards promotion fromTaylors Ford Division Two with a 2-0 win over third-placed Swineshead A with Andy Brown netting both goals.

The victory was slightly soured by a nasty injury to left-back Chris Rollings just a day after his 40th birthday.

Two goals from Nathan Rivett helped Boston College keep in touch with the leaders following a 3-0 home win overWestside Rangers. Cameron Holland struck the other College goal.

Friskney Reserves were unable to gather enough players for their long journey to Pointon A so it is expected that the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three title-chasers will be awarded three easy points at the March management meeting.

The final of the Target Newspapers Challenge Cup will be contested by Coningsby and surprise package FC Kirton after Friskney and Freiston crashed out of the competition.

Coningsby entertained Friskney in an all-Division One clash and it was the visitors who stormed into a 2-0 lead in the opening minutes.

Coningsby were back on level terms by half-time before going on to win 6-3.

Their scorers were Will Laird, Martin Maddison, Sean Taylor, Tom Sewell, Carl Wilson and Jamie Todd.

Second Division Freiston reached the final for the first time with two late goals booking a 3-2 win at First Division Freiston.

In The Lincoln League Village Trophy semi-final, BillinghayAthletic went out after losing 2-0 at Saxilby.

n Lincs League leaders Wyberton slipped to third after being comprehensively beaten by the 2006 champions Hykeham Town on Saturday.

Joshua Raby grabbed a brace while Ben Good, Robin Newman and skipper Steven Mehta also scored.