Mareham United lost their third game in a row at the weekend as they were beaten 2-1 at home by Old Doningtonians.
The Fieldsiders would have been hoping for a better result as they welcomed the side second-bottom in the table, but they handed the Old Doningtonians their second win of the season.
Mareham currently sit 10th in the Boston Taylors Service Garages Premier Division table and travel to second-top Skegness Town Reserves on Saturday.
In Division One Woodhall Spa United extended their unbeaten run to five games with a win at home to Skegness United Reserves.
Spa have at least two games in hand over their mid-table rivals and could reach as high as fourth in the league if they win their outstanding fixtures.
Woodhall welcome local rivals Coningsby to Abbey Lane on Saturday.
In Division Two, Mareham United Reserves were rooted to the bottom of the table as they were beaten 6-1 at Leverton.
Both Mareham and Coningsby Reserves will have this weekend off before facing each other on Saturday December 21.