FOOTBALL: Boston Saturday League report

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Boston Saturday Football League

Taylors Ford Division Two

Park United were amongst the goals at Pointon Reserves with Alex Limb doing most of the damage for the visitors.

The goals came at regular intervals in a storming 8-0 victory with Limb lashing in four of his side’s goals. Chris Wright (2), Chris Wray and Ben Dean completed the scoring in a comfortable away win.

Railway Athletic took another step towards promotion with a 5-0 home win against Billinghay Reserves.

The win saw Railway close the gap at the top to two points but they came up against a goalkeeper in fine form as, during the first half, he made fantastic save after fantastic save to keep Billinghay in the game.

The deadlock was finally broken by a fabulous 25-yard free kick which Toni Pascu curled superbly into the top corner.

Railway continued to create chances at regular intervals during the first half and the lead was doubled after the keeper had once again pulled off a great save from Liam Nimmo but the ball found its way back to the feet of Nimmo who made no mistake with the rebound.

The second half carried on much like the first with Railway creating chances and Nimmo doubled his tally with a good finish following a great team move.

Substitute Conor Massam then got his first Railway goal after a great ball was played in by Damien Gibbons for Luke Wilson, whose attempted control laid the ball on a plate for Massam to fire home at the back post.

Railway added a fifth late on when Nimmo broke into the box and looked certain to complete his hat-trick but he unselfishly squared to Chris Moore at the back post for an easy tap-in.

Taylors Vauxhall Division Three

Ciaran Cullen’s two goals helped Northgate Olympic defeat Friskney Reserves 3-2 at home.

Robert Spencer grabbed the other Northgate goal while Greg Brown and Matthew Goy replied for Friskney.

The big top of the table clash at Pointon A saw promotion rivals Spilsby Town settle for a point following a 1-1 draw.

Joe Davies hit the Pointon goal while Travis Herberts replied for Town.