BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Skegness Town Reserves head the Premier Division, Old Leake complete fightback and Swineshead Reserves progress in 11-goal cup clash

Dale Atkinson looks at this weekend's games...

This week's round up.

Skegness Town Reserves head the Worksforce Unlimited Premier Division after they beat Pointon 1-0 in very competitive game.

A first-half finish was enough to see them take the points.

Northgate Olympic got the better of Benington with a 2-1 home victory.

Railway Athletic thought they had done enough to beat Old Leake as goals from Jake Portas, Jordon Foley and Luke Smith put them ahead, but Old Leake had other ideas as they came back to earn themselves a point.

Coningsby had a better second half as they came from behind against Swineshead Institute to draw the game 4-4.

Coningsby's goals came from Andrew Wyer, Matthew Jamieson and two for Thomas Sewell.

In Division One, Woodhall Spa moved up into third place as the beat Boston Town Reserves 4-1, Ryan Rushen (two), Robert Morey and Ben Johnson on target for Woodhall and Declan Sands scoring the only goal for the Poachers.

Eagle United took the points against Boston College in 4-2 win while FC Hammers lost to a single goal against Park United, Jenson Ball getting his name on the scoresheet.

Horncastle Town Reserves found themselves 4-0 up at half time against Kirton Town but failed to score any more in the second half, although Kirton could only manage to pull one back.

Spalding Harriers took all the points away at Pointon Reserves.

Karol Narojczyk and Antonio Popov did the damage.

Skegness Town A beat Boston Athletic to move closer to the Division Two leaders as they won 4-1.

Josh Whittam hit a fine hat-trick and Aaron Worthington scored the other.

Freiston moved up to third spot with a 4-2 away win at Caythorpe, Brad Appleby (three) and Steven Bates on target.

Fishtoft got the better off Billinghay with a 3-0 away victory.

Sibsey had a fine win against Mareham United as they moved into second place in Division Three with an 8-0 home victory.

Casey Darrigan (four), Coney Pagden, Casey Sullivan (two) and Jay Mcdonald scored the goals.

Pinchbeck United Sports got the better of FC Wrangle with a 5-3 away victory while Fishtoft Reserves and Swineshead Institute A shared the points in a 2-2 score draw.

Boston Bears beat Holbeach Bank 1-0.

In the Main Ridge Take Away Reserve Cup's first round, Railway Athletic Reserves beat Park United Reserves 2-1, Kieran Handson scoring for Park.

Coningsby Reserves went through 2-0 against Benington Reserves, Andrew Lidster and Tom Flatters scoring for Coningsby.

Swineshaed Institute Reserves and Bull Athletic Reserves shared 11 goals as Swineshead went through to the next round 6-5 .