Saturday Football League: Wing keeps Swineshead flying

Lee Waters in action for Freiston during their 3-1 defeat to Kirton.
Lee Waters in action for Freiston during their 3-1 defeat to Kirton.

In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, Chris Wing was Swineshead’s hero, grabbing a hat-trick as they won 3-1 at Skegness Town Reserves.

Old Leake lost 3-1 in their home encounter against leaders Wyberton.

Adam Tempest and Bert Snaith (two) saw Old Leake come from 3-0 down to level, but Wyberton won 5-3 thanks to Dan White (two), Elliott Pogson, Ben Jacques and Mark Lovelace.

Freiston lost 3-1 at home to Kirton Town.

Spilsby Town and Pointon drew 3-3 in a game where both sides had a man dismissed.

Benington produced a battling performance to beat Billinghay 2-1, despite losing Ben Hardstaff in the opening minutes to injury.

Sam Louth and Jamie Kuhn put Benington in front before Billinghay grabbed a consolation.

Chris Hilton struck two goals for Kirton Town in their 3-1 away win at Freiston, while Josh Smith also got on the score-sheet for the visitors.

Fishtoft called off their home match with Old Doningtonians due to a waterlogged pitch.

Billinghay Reserves beat Pointon Reserves 3-2 in the Taylors Peugeot Division One, while Woodhall Spa United held leaders Freiston Reserves to a 1-1 draw.

In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Alex Cammack came off the bench to score twice for Kirton Town Reserves.

They earned a comfortable 4-0 home win at Graves Park against visitors Coningsby Reserves.

Ashley Hughes and Declan Sands were also on target for Town.

Michael Langley also struck two goals, this time for Westside Rangers.

Westside won 5-1 against Queens Rabgers.

Rangers were always going to be up against it from the moment Mark Crozier received a red card for violent conduct early in the game.

Matt Bates, Thomas Ruck and James Leafe were also on target for Westside in their resounding victory.

Mareham United Reserves and Holbeach Bank shared the points following a 1-1 draw.

Michael Poole grabbed The Mareham goal.

The match between Old Doningtonians Reserves and Fishtoft Reserves was called off.

The contest was unable to go ahead on Saturday morning due to the heavy overnight rain causing a waterlogged pitch.

The big top-of-the-table clash in the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three saw Spalding Harriers Reserves hold Swineshead Reserves to a 2-2 draw.

Swineshead’s Richard Ford and Giles Favell found the net.

Fosdyke Reserves’ mini-revival continued with a 5-1 victory against Tulip.

Ben Charlton (three), Andy Brown and Steve Chamberlain got the winning goals.

Spilsby Town Reserves recorded a narrow 2-1 away at Holbeach Bank Reserves.

Wrangle United produced a routine performance at Park United to progress into the next round following a 3-0 victory in the Target Newspapers Challenge Cup.

Jon McLeod, Sam Duff and Dan Anderson found the net.

Fosdyke won 5-2 at Leverton, thanks to strikes from Nicky De Vries (two, one pen), Sam Reeson, Matt Howden and Jimmy Hawkes finding the net. Adam Busby and an Adam Poole own goal were Leverton’s consolations.

Third division Friskney gave a good account of themselves against Division One visitors Spalding Harriers, before losing 2-0.

Wainfleet United brushed aside Pointon A 6-0 and third-division Burgh United hit three goals in their home tie against high-flying Division Two leaders Ruskington Rovers, before losing 4-3.

FC Kirton lost 3-1 to Sutterton - Tony Pascu, Ian Bircumshaw and Kieran Gattenby netting, while Kirton replied through Chris Bates.

Liam Shinn hit the Nelson’s goal in their 4-1 home defeat at the hands of Coningsby