BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: High scores in county cup while Wyberton Reserves edge out Skegness Reserves in Premier Division
There were some high scores in the Lincolnshire Junior Cup this Saturday.
Railway Athletic beat Ludford Rovers 8-0 and Spilsby Town got the better of Swineshead Institute, winning the game 6-2.
Pointon came from behind to beat Lincoln Moorlands Railway AFC 5-4 and Park United beat Neci FC 1-0 to take their place in round two.
Old Leake left it very late in the game to beat Louth Old Boys 2-1 and Eagle United got the better of Sleaford Town JFC, winning the game 3-1.
Benington were finally beaten in extra time 4-2 by Fulbeck United and FC Hammers went to extra time against a very strong Stamford Lions side, but the Stamford team finally won the game 5-4.
Billinghay Athletic went out to a last minute goal away at Deeping United, losing the game 3-2.
Fishtoft gave a excellent performance against Immingham Town but Immingham found the net five times without reply.
Kirton Town lost 7-2 against Moulton Harrox and Coningsby lost 2-0 to Limestone Rangers.
Boston Town Reserves got the better of Division One league leaders Railway Athletic Reserves with a 1-0 home win.
Bull Athletic beat Horncastle Town Reserves 5-2 and Woodhall Spa beat Spalding Harriers 4-1.
In Division Two, Spilsby Town put 11 past Boston Athletic without reply.
Skegness Town A beat Caythorpe 5-0, Josh Whittam (two), Aaron Worthington (two) and Jarad Redford hitting the goals.
Freiston climbed the table with a 5-0 home victory against Benington Reserves, Brad Appleby, Marshall Young (two), Adam Brooks (two) and Dougie Barrett doing the damage for Freiston.
Woodhall Spa Reserves and Swineshead Reserves shared a point as they drew 1-1.
With the Division Three league leaders not playing it gave Pinchbeck United Sports a chance to go level on points, but Sibsey had other ideas as the won the game 3-2.
Boston Bears got the better of Swineshead Institute A, winning the game 7-2, and Mareham United beat Wyberton A 3-1 .
Fishtoft Reserves bad start to the season didn’t get any better as they were beaten 5-0 away at Holbeach Bank, Dominic Goddard doing the damage with four goals and Claudia Burtia grabbing the other one.