Town and Rovers look to build on wining starts

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Louth Town and Tetney Rovers are both looking to build upon winning starts in the Lincs League Cup.

Both sides kicked off their campaigns with away wins at the weekend.

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This Saturday sees Town host Lincoln Moorlands Railway at London Road.

Moorlands are looking for their first points after losing 4-2 at Nettleham.

Tetney, meanwhile, entertain Grimsby Borough Reserves at Fulstow Playing Field.

Borough drew 3-3 at home with Immingham Town on Saturday.

Both matches get underway at 1pm.

The competition, being staged after the Balcan Lighting Supplies Lincolnshire League was made null and void, got underway on Saturday.

The the North League, Rovers won 3-1 at Appleby Frodingham.

Jacob Wilson netted a brace and Jack Bradbury was also on target for the away side as they picked up three points.

In the South League the White Wolves travelled to Lincoln United Development, securing a 2-1 win.

Frazer Chapman and substitute Cole Nelson found the net for Town.

The South League has been reduced to seven teams after Sleaford Town Rangers pulled out of the competition.

RESULTS: North League: Appleby Frodingham 1 Tetney Rovers 3, Bottesford Town Development Squad 1 Nunsthorpe Tavern 6, Epworth Town Colts 1 Keelby United 0, Grimsby Borough Reserves 3 Immingham Town 3. South League: Grantham Town FC Academy 1 Wyberton 2, Lincoln United Development Squad 1 Louth Town 2, Nettleham 4 Lincoln Moorlands Railway 2.