FOOTBALL: Boston Saturday League reports round-up

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Boston Saturday League

Taylors Peugeot Division One

Leverton Sheepgate, with games in hand, still remain hot on the heels of the leaders after a 4-2 home win against Woodhall Spa United.

Leverton got off to a great start with Nathan Rippin continuing his hot scoring streak with a lob over the keeper and then Jamie Dawson added a second after he won and converted a penalty. Alex Lote extended Leverton’s lead with a brilliant goal before Woodhall finally got back into the game from the penalty spot.

The visitors further reduced the arrears to 3-2 with a fantastic goal before Bobby Smith eased any tension in the home camp with a fourth after racing clear and lobbing the ball over the advancing keeper.

Taylors Ford Division Two

Park United came from behind to beat Mareham United 3-2, who continue to show signs of improvement.

Park opened the scoring when a cross from Junior Samra somehow found its way straight into the net.

Mareham came back from this early setback, scoring two goals in a 10 minute period to sense victory, but their hopes were dashed when Park bounced back with goals from Alex Limb and captain Craig Mountain.

Main Ridge Takeaway Reserve Cup, quarter-finals

Spilsby Town Reserves made it through to the last four following a 2-0 home win against Coningsby Reserves.

Kris Chappelow and leading goalscorer Travis Herberts grabbed the crucial goals for Town.

n The Boston Saturday Football League was saddened to hear of the passing away of Pete Pell, who died just over a week ago.

Pete was a well respected referee in local league football after he took up refereeing in 1969, officiating for 18 years until retiring in 1987. He was also an official on the old Midland League

from 1973.