Spalding Town claim hat-trick of trebles

Martin Sandall scores one of his three goals for Spalding Town
Martin Sandall scores one of his three goals for Spalding Town

Three players got hat-tricks as Spalding Town smashed 15 goals in Division Three of the Peterborough & District League.

Hat-tricks went to Markus Parry, Martin Sandall and Ryan Wheeler.

The tally was completed by Andrew Williams (2), Dean Grummitt (2), Ben Holland and James Thorold against Uppingham Town Reserves.

David Wilson’s treble was the highlight as Moulton Harrox beat Peterborough Sports Reserves 5-2 in the Premier Division. The other goals went to Ian Bradbury and Macauley Grimwood.

Daniel Evans (3) and Rhys Ford guided Langtoft United to a 4-1 victory at Stilton United.

Pinchbeck United shared eight goals with Thorney as substitute Steven Jucikas (2), Tom Gosling and Keith Gray earned an away point.

Deeping Rangers Reserves saw off Leverington Sports 4-2 thanks to Anthony Graves, Casey Lewis, Tom Palmer and an own-goal.

Michael Craig scored for Crowland Town in a 2-1 defeat at Riverside.

Moulton Harrox Reserves took the lead through Daniel Lambe-Hyner but had Daniel Goddard sent off and John Armstrong earned a draw for Langtoft Reserves in Division One.

Edgaras Buzas (3), Jamie Cartlidge and Matthew Hempsall secured a 5-0 win for Spalding United Reserves over Wittering in Division Two.

Holbeach Bank overcame a 3-2 half-time deficit to win 4-3 at Huntingdon Rovers in Division Four.

The scorers were Ben Louth, Warren Skeels, Sam Thompson and substitute Will Munton.

Tim Lowe (3) and Jamie Taylor (2) secured a 5-3 win for Long Sutton Athletic Reserves at Rutland DR.

Tydd St Mary Reserves beat Whaplode Drove 3-1 in Division Five.

Daniel Chapman, Stuart Stephens and Kyle Davis ensured Lee Jackson’s reply was a consolation.