Spalding clinch the Division Four title

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Having won the PFA Junior Cup with a 3-2 victory over Peterborough ICA six days earlier, Chris Page’s side ran out comfortable 3-0 winners over Hampton Sports thanks to goals from Scott Burrell, Tomasz Rabiega and Josh McGuire.

It’s been an excellent campaign for Town, who won 20 and drew three of their 24 games.

With a vastly superior goal difference to second-placed Glinton, who still have a game to play, they knew they realistically only needed a point to clinch the title but they continued their 100 per cent winning record in 2014 with another success.

Town have won all ten of their league matches this year, the last team to stop them being mid-table Warboys Town Reserves with a 0-0 draw back in December.

Page’s side ended the season with 95 league goals, Rabiega taking his tally for the campaign to 26 during Tuesday’s win.

Markus Parry, who was booked during Tuesday’s victory, has also enjoyed a fine season with 22 goals while at the other end the club conceded just 20 as they took the title in style.

n Boston Saturday League champions Wyberton received the Taylors Garages Premier Division trophy before their final home match of the season.

League chairman Roger Gell presented the trophy and medals to Gary Frost’s triumphant troops and they celebrated in style with a 4-1 victory.

Freiston were the visitors to The Causeway and although they put up a brave fight they were unable to spoil the party.

Wyberton had secured the title with a 4-1 midweek victory over Skegness Reserves.

Curtis Revell, Ben Jacques, Blake Reid and Jon McLeod scored the goals that ensured Wyberton retained their title.

Wyberton look to add the BB Insure Willoughby Cup on Saturday when they take on Woodhall Spa United in the final at Boston Town’s Tattershall Road Ground (2.30pm).

Kirton Town conceded three goals in each of their last two home games to finish up on a disappointing note.

In their midweek game at Graves Park, they went down 3-1 at the hands of Mareham.

Things didn’t get any better on Saturday for Kirton as they suffered a 3-0 home defeat to Spilsby Town.