BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Round-up

Saturday League.
Saturday League.

Dale Atkinson rounds up this week’s Boston Saturday league action...

In the Workforce Unlimited Premier Division, Kirton Town got their first win of the season by beating Pointon 8-1.

In another high-scoring game, Old Leake were beaten 7-0 at home by Fulbeck.

At the top of the table, Spilsby Town travelled to Railway Athletic and came away with a 3-1 victory, Danny Maddison scoring for Railway.

Benington and Ruskington Rovers shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw, Tim Bell and Josh Brason scoring for Benington and Matt Leonard and Wayne Eaton on target for Ruskington.

Wyberton Reserves came out on top following a 2-1 home win against Fishtoft, Nicky Frost and Ben Lawrance scoring for Wyberton.

Division One saw Swineshead Institute beat second-place FC Hammers 5-3 while Boston College dropped points at home against Park United, drawing 1-1.

Boston Town Reserves beat bottom-of-the-table Billinghay Athletic 3-0, goals coming from John Rutherford, Ashley Davis and Helder Teixeria.

In their derby match, Woodhall Spa United beat Horncastle Town Reserves 2-0, Tom Richardson and Ryan Rushen scoring for Woodhall.

In Division Two, Northgate Olymipc went to top of the league when they beat Spalding Harriers 3-0.

Skegness Town A beat Caythorpe 8-3 while Freiston and Kirton Town Reserves shared the points in a 12-goal thriller, the game finally finishing at 6-6.

Division Three leaders Spilsby Town Reserves entertained bottom club Moulton Seas End, the contest going with form with an 8-0 scoreline.

Spilsby’s goals came from Dom Griffin (three), Adam Marsh (three), Ryan Gilbert and Adam Dales.

Boston College Reserves kept the pressure on the top two when they beat Digby 8-0.

Wyberton A found themselves on the wrong side of a 9-2 scoreline when they visited FC Wrangle.

Mareham United and Fosdyke drew 1-1, Jody Betts hitting the goal for Fosdyke.

Park United Reserves slipped up at home, Sibsey winning 3-2.

Woodhall Reserves took all the points at home against Holbeach Bank, winning the game 1-0.

In the Main Ridge Take-Away Reserve Cup, defending champions Railway Reserves had an easy passage through to the next round as Pointon Reserves could not manage to field a team.

Benington Reserves eased into the second round as they beat Fishtoft Reserves 6-1, Fishtoft’s goal coming from a super strike by Simon Moses.

Swineshead Institute Reserves beat Coningsby Reserves 2-0.