FOOTBALL: Boston Saturday League round-up

An open training day will be held for Sleaford Town Junior FC on Saturday, October 22
An open training day will be held for Sleaford Town Junior FC on Saturday, October 22

Challenge Cup

Fulbeck United, not unexpectedly, inflicted a heavy defeat upon Boston Titans.

Callum Clay 3, Martin Wilson 2, Paul Crampton 2, Ben Pollard, Chris Bates, Dylan Grocock and Marcus Walmsley all got in on the act in an 11-1 scoreline.

Taylors Garages Premier Division

Leverton made their second trip of the month to Pointon and, once again, started quickly when Dom Goddard sprung the offside trap to chip the keeper and put the visitors ahead.

Alex Tilley was tripped to win a penalty that Nathan Rippin smashed home to double the advantage. Nicky Frost then combined brilliantly with Dan Baines before racing clear to further extend the lead to three at half time.

Pointon reduced the arrears in the second half before Goddard instantly restored the three-goal advantage. The hosts then rallied with two goals before Frost curled in a phenomenal free kick to make the final score 5-3.

The Pointon goals came from Ian Jacquest who struck twice and Sam Husband.

Coningsby produced their best performance of the season when they thumped Wyberton Reserves 5-0 at home.

Shaun Boothby and Jamie Congalton both scored twice before Jack O’Briene wrapped up victory with the best goal of the game when he fired home a screamer of a shot.

Spilsby Town stay hot on the heels of the leaders following a 7-0 away win at Ruskington Rovers with Jordan Smith claiming an amazing haul of five goals.

Liam Papworth grabbed the other two goals for Spilsby.

Taylors Ford Division Two

Swineshead ‘A’ claimed a welcome three points in a 6-3 home win against Coningsby Reserves.

Ashley Webb, Andy Chapman and Jamie Todd hit the Coningsby goals but they weren’t enough to earn any reward.

Billinghay Reserves were far from happy after they scored three times in their home match against Kirton Town Reserves but still finished up empty-handed.

Shane Underwood-Harley, Frazer Howseman and Billy Redpath were all on target for Billinghay but it was all to no avail as Town returned home with a 4-3 away win.