Boston Saturday Football League
Taylors Garages Premier Division
Coningsby enjoyed their trip to Swineshead returning home with a 2-1 away win under their belts.
Lee Gemmell and Shaun Boothby hit the match-winning goals for the visitors while Rob Masters replied for Swineshead.
Taylors Peugeot Division One
Woodhall Spa United looked to be heading for a share of the spoils when they played hosts to Friskney as the game entered the dying seconds but then a heart-breaking own goal gave the visitors all three points in their 2-1 away win.
Kieran Richardson’s goal gave Woodhall some hope before Friskney spoiled the party.
Taylors Ford Division Two
AFC Tetford hit Eastern European FC for six in a 6-2 home win.
Nathan Wright was once again the king-pin for Tetford hitting five of his side’s goals while Jimmy Harris was also on target.
Mareham United rocked title-chasing Railway Athletic when they opened the scoring through Paul Flesher inside the first minute.
Railway slowly got into their stride and three goals in the final 10 minutes of the first half put them in firm control.
Goals came at regular intervals in the second half as Mareham tired and Railway ran out 9-1 winners. The Railway goals came from Chris Moore (3), Damian Gibbons (2), Danny Woods (2), Brandon Norman and Liam Wilson.
BB Insure Willoughby Shield semi-finals
The final of The Willoughby Shield will be contested by Coningsby Reserves and Spilsby Town Reserves at Boston Town’s ground on April 26, kick-off 7pm.
Division Two outfit Coningsby Reserves had the easier victory on the day when they caused an upset by defeating Swineshead Reserves, from Division One, 3-0 thanks to goals from James Todd, Danny Cottingham and Martin Lynch.
Spilsby Town Reserves, leading the way in Division Three, had to rely on a single Jay Adams goal to see them through in a closely fought 1-0 home win against Second Division side Pointon Reserves.