MACCASPORTS TROPHY: Round-up from the first full week of action

Dale Atkinson rounds up this weekend's results...

This week's action. Photo: Getty Images

Freiston and Bull Athletic got their Maccasports Trophy League A Group One campaigns underway with the Bull Athletic securing a 2-0 victory.

Park United held opponents Benington to a 2-2 draw, Luke West and Jenson Ball hitting the net for Park.

Wyberton Reserves beat Railway Athletic 1-0 while Woodhall Spa United and Horncastle Town Reserves shared the points in a 2-2 score line.

In League A Group Two, Fishtoft and Eagle United played out a nine-goal thriller with Fishtoft winning the game 5-4.

Reece Sullivan, Joe Lote, Brandon Norman and Daniel Busch scored the goals for Eagle. Curtis Revell (two), Oliver Payling, Damian Gibbons and Luca Hall won it for Fishtoft.

Northgate Olympic put five past Kirton Town in a 5-1 victory.

Swineshead Institute and Pointon shared a point a piece in a 2-2 score draw.

Spilsby Town eased past Billinghay Athletic 5-1, Jordon Smith hit a hat-trick while Liam Papworth and Matthew Upton made it a good day for Spilsby.

In League B Group One Boston Bears made it two out of two with a 2-0 home victory against Park United Reserves.

Bull Athletic Reserves got the better of Spilsby Town Reserves with a 3-2 home win, Jack Houghton scored two and Kieran Gatenby was also on target.

Sibsey beat Eagle United Reserves 2-0, Casey Sullivan getting both the goals, and Pointon Reserves beat Woodhall Spa United Reserves 4-3.

League B Group 2 saw FC Wrangle put 8 past Pinchbeck United Sports to win the game 8-0.

Harry Groves hit a fine hat trick, with Kieran Holland, Lee Waters, Sam Marshall and Perrie Dales (two) giving wrangle a great start.

Holbeach Bank beat Boston Athletic 8-1, Dominic Goddard doing plenty of the damage with four of the goals.

Claudiu Burtia (two), Danny Goddard and Alex Goddard secured the victory.

Wyberton Reserves got the better of Fishtoft Reserves with a 7-3 home win, Sam Antony scoring four, Zane Miller two and Jamie Ireland also on target.

Neil Allen scored all three goals for Fishtoft.

Caythorpe got the better of Swineshead Institute Reserves in a 2-1 victory.