LOCAL FOOTBALL: Nice and three-sy as Tigers upset league leaders

PINCHBECK UNITED RESERVES: Back (from left) ' Matt Hempsall, Steven Scupham, Angela Chapman from sponsor Royal Mail Cart, Ash Elderkin, Jordan Clow, Rick Harper; front ' Jack Sharp, Jack Chilvers, Leigh Boekestyn, Brandon Harker, Sam Atkinson, Ryan Wheeler and James Waldron.
PINCHBECK UNITED RESERVES: Back (from left) ' Matt Hempsall, Steven Scupham, Angela Chapman from sponsor Royal Mail Cart, Ash Elderkin, Jordan Clow, Rick Harper; front ' Jack Sharp, Jack Chilvers, Leigh Boekestyn, Brandon Harker, Sam Atkinson, Ryan Wheeler and James Waldron.
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On-song Holbeach United Reserves handed ChromaSport Peterborough League Division One leaders AFC Stanground a comprehensive 3-0 beating on Saturday.

Pedro Sevilha, Thomas Brooks and Gary Chappell bagged the goals for Omar Joof’s men in front of a 96 crowd at Carter’s Park.

The win leaves the Tigers three points off top spot – and they have a game in hand on Stanground.

Also in Division One, Moulton Harrox Reserves went down 5-3 at Warboys Town. Jamie Francis grabbed a brace for Harrox, with Dan Goddard also on target.

Sutton Bridge United were soundly beaten too, as Peterborough Sports Reserves handed them a 5-2 home reverse at Memorial Park.

Nick Reims and Matt Stancer fired the consolation goals.

In Division Two, Chris Brown notched twice to guide Gedney Hill to a 4-2 home triumph over Whittlesey United Reserves. Ezra Flake and Dan Woodward also found the net.

Long Sutton Athletic Reserves were handed a 5-2 beating at Coates Athletic Reserves, despite goals from Ryan Hallam and Tim Lowe.

There was also a defeat for Crowland Town Reserves, with Leverington Sports Reserves 3-1 victors at Snowden Field. Michael Smith was on target for the hosts.

Elsewhere, Pinchbeck United A battled out a thrilling 3-3 draw against Peterborough Sports A.

Sub Leigh Boekestyn grabbed a brace for hosts United, while Ben Davis also found the net.

It was a day to forget for Sutton Bridge United Reserves, though. They were tonked 5-0 at Glinton United.

Whaplode Drove secured their second win of the Division Five campaign after seeing off Gaultree 3-2. Jake Baines, Sam Harris and Lee Jackson got the goals.

But Tydd St Mary had a tough afternoon at high-flying Rutland DR. They were battered 5-0.