UPPINGHAM TOWN 0 PINCHBECK UNITED 4: PINCHBECK rediscovered the winning touch as they ended their barren run in typical style.
Goals from Ashley Wilson, Keith Gray, Lee Marshall and player/boss Ian Dunn were enough for United on Saturday – against an Uppingham side that held them 3-3 at Knight Street the previous week.
The victory leaves second-placed promotion hopefuls Pinchbeck well positioned in the Peterborough and District League Premier Division, with leaders King’s Cliffe three points clear having played four games more.
Delighted Dunn said: “They had a gameplan to kick and frustrate us, that was clear.
“But we worked hard and ground them down. Once we went 2-0 up in the second half it was game over. In the end our quality shone through and it’s a good three points.”
Pinchbeck now face two big cup semi-finals in successive weekends. See Thursday’s Spalding Guardian for a preview.
• Moulton Harrox also got back to winning ways as Steve Mastin’s strike was enough to beat Netherton 1-0.