PINCHBECK United were beaten 2-1 by Grantham-based Beehive United in the Lincs Junior Cup final on Wednesday night.
Having gone ahead through Keith Gray inside two minutes at Boston United’s York Street, two second-half goals – including a last-gasp winner – ended Pinchbeck’s hopes of a treble.
Ian Dunn’s side must now focus on securing a Peterborough and District League Premier Division and Cup double.
Elsewhere on Wednesday night, Long Buckby kept the UCL Premier Division title race alive with a remarkable 11-1 win at Blackstones.
The Bucks are just three points behind leaders King’s Lynn with a game in hand – and now have superior goal difference.
It means one of the duo could finish on 108 points and not win the league.
Holbeach United’s game at Daventry United was rained off and will have to be rearranged before Saturday week.
That means the Tigers, who have a Lincs FA Senior Trophy final date on Tuesday, could face three games in five days to finish their season.
More to follow.