In the Mason Bros Lincolnshire Junior Cup, Ruskington Rovers found themselves trailing 2-0 at the half-time stage against Horrowby Saints.
A further goal was conceded in the second half to make the final score 3-0.
The tie between Pointon and Appleby Froddingham was abandoned after 23 minutes due to weather conditions and the game has been re-scheduled for this Saturday.
Swineshead’s Alex Snaith scored a hat-trick as his side beat Fulbeck United.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One of the Boston League, Rippingale & Folkingham shared the points with Sleaford Colts following their 2-2 draw.
Sleaford took the lead with a wind-assisted goal before Rippingale stormed back with a two-goal burst through Tom Varley and Dan Mason. However, a late Sleaford goal shared the points.
Heckington Millers hammered Pointon 10-1.
In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Billinghay Athletic Reserves continue to struggle at the bottom of the table following a 5-1 defeat by Boston College.
Although they trailed by only one goal at the half-time stage, Billinghay suffered after the break conceding four goals as the College turned up the pressure.
The College goals came from Nathan Rivett (two), Sheridan Goodhand, Jamie Dawson and Nicky Dawson.
Billinghay’s consolation goal came from Harry Wright.
In the Taylors Vauxhall Division Three, Friskney Reserves and Pointon A were involved in a closely fought 1-1 draw.
Ross Clow had rocked their high-flying opponents with the first goal as Friskney held a 1-0 half-time lead before Pointon rescued a point after the break with a deserved equaliser.
FC Boston continue to struggle at the foot of the table following a nightmare 10-0 defeat against Rippingale & Folkingham Resrves.
Sills and Betteridge Lincolnshire League
Cleethorpes AKP 1 - 4 Sleaford Town Reserves
Jonathan Twentyman bagged his first goal of the season with Sleaford Town Reserves when he got a hat-trick against Cleethorpes AKP.
Sleaford lie sixth place in the Sills and Betteridge Lincolnshire League Premier Division. Town’s reserve side have lost only once in their last eight games.
Twentyman had not scored in his previous five games, but made up for that with this hat-trick.
He scored the first before the break and Harry Ginniff doubled their lead on the stroke of half time.
Cleethorpes hit back in the second half, but Twentyman hit the mark twice more to seal the points for the visitors.
Reserves’ next match is at home on Saturday against Nettleham.