Dale Atkinson rounds up this week’s Boston Saturday League action...
Spilsby Town recorded an excellent home victory, beating Wyberton Reserves 8-1 in the Workforce Unlimited Premier Division.
Goals came from John Courtney (two), Jay Adams, Lee Boulton, Kieran Rynor, Liam Papworth, Jordon Allen and Mathew Upton.
Second-place Skegness Town Reserves had a good 2-0 win away at Railway Athletic.
Friskney carried on with their fine form, beating Fulbeck United 4-3.
Victor Sibert struck a fine hat-trick and Ricky Holmes scored the other goal.
Old Leake could not hold on to the lead as they were beaten 4-3 at home to Pointon.
Coningsby and Fishtoft shared a seven goal thriller but it was Fishtoft who took all the points in 4-3 win, Coningsby’s goals coming from Ben Brown, Shaun Boothby and Andrew Chapman.
Tim Bell (two) and Jenson Ball gave Benington a 3-2 win against Kirton Town.
In Division One, FC Hammers beat Park United 9-1.
Neil Allen scored the consolation goal for Park United.
Railway reserves had a excellent away win at Billinghay, winning the game 5-0.
Woodhall Spa got their season under way by putting eight past Pointon Reserves in a 8-2 victory.
Swineshead Institute beat Boston Town Reserves 5-2, Matty Bray and John Rutherford were on target for Town.
Boston College beat Eagle United 3-1, Reece Young (two) and George Bakes earned College the points ,
Kirton Town Reserves started their campaign in Division Two with a 9-2 defeat away to Northgate Olympic.
Spalding Harriers put seven past Freiston in a 7-1 victory.
Skegness Town A and Swineshead Institute Reserves shared the points in 1-1 scoreline, Luke Scott scoring the Skegness goal.
Bull Athletic felt they should have won the game when the entertained Coningsby Reserves, but with a number of missed chances they ended up losing 2-1.
In Division Three, Spilsby Town Reserves made it four out of four with a 2-0 away victory at Boston College Reserves.
Fosdyke got their first win of the season beating Digby 3-1 and Mareham United were beaten 3-1 at home by FC Wrangle.
Woodhall Spa Reserves beat Holbeach Bank 5-0 and Moulton Sea End are still looking for their first victory of the season as they lost 2-0 away at Sibsey.