FOOTBALL: Lincs League round-up

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League leaders Sleaford Town Reserves and home side Market Rasen and were left kicking their heels when their match was postponed in the Balcan Lighting Supplies Lincolnshire League.

Meanwhile, Skegness Town moved into third place with their fifth league win of the season. The Lilywhites hit five past Brigg Town Reserves, despite having to play the final 25 minutes with 10 men.

Simon Mowbray scored twice as Lincoln Railway AFC beat CGB Humbertherm at Newark Road.

In the Lincolnshire FA Junior Cup, holders Hykeham hit double figures past Tetney Rovers to progress to round five, while Wyberton eased into the quarter-finals with victory over Railway Athletic. Skegness United bowed out of the competition with defeat at Epworth.

The tie between Cleethorpes Town Development Squad and Limestone Rangers was postponed.

Lincoln Railway AFC 3

CGB Humbertherm 0

Two-goals-a-game man Simon Mowbray took his league tally for the season to 14 with his latest brace at home to CGB Humbertherm.

George Zuerner made it five from five with the other goal as the railmen climbed two places in the league table to fourth.

Skegness Town 5

Brigg Town Reserves 1

Brigg Town Reserves’ unbeaten run of five games came to an abrupt end at Skegness Town, who finished the game with 10 men.

McCauley Parker struck twice and there was a brace of goals from Luke Rayner-Mistry as the seasiders eased their way into third spot in the league table.

Liam Parker was the other Skegness scorer, while Ryan Thompson notched his fourth goal in five games for the visitors.

The Lilywhites’ Michael Hardy was dismissed during the second half for his second yellow card.

Lincolnshire FA Junior Cup

Fourth round

Hykeham Town 10

Tetney Rovers 0

James Slater, Michael Sullivan, Joshua Raby and William Drury all scored twice as holders Hykeham Town hit 10 past Tetney Rovers of the East Lincs Combination.

Steve Mehta and Christopher Funnell were also on target for the home side.

Epworth Town 3

Skegness Town 0

Skegness United bowed out of the county cup at Epworth.

Richard Haynes, Kyle Bennett and Ryan Moody grabbed the goals for the home side to take them into round five.

Railway Athletic 0

Wyberton 3

Wyberton eased their way past local rivals Railway Athletic to progress to the county cup quarter-finals.

Lee Orrey, Curtis Revell and Ben Jaques were on target for the visitors.