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FOOTBALL: Boston Workforce Unlimited Leagues Round-Up

A hat-trick from Karol Narojcyzk helped Spalding Harriers to a 6-0 rout of Caythorpe at Monks House Lane in Division Two.

Rafel Marczewski scored twice and Daniel Goodard added the other goal to give Harriers a perfect return to league action after a 7-3 success over Freiston in the Challenge Cup a week earlier.

Leaders Eagle United beat FC Wrangle 3-1 with two goals from Tom Bates and one from Alex Earle.

Spalding Harriers put six goals past Caythorpe. Photo: SG-150918-157TW
Spalding Harriers put six goals past Caythorpe. Photo: SG-150918-157TW

Skegness Town are within a point of third-placed Boston Athletic after beating them 4-3, Morgan Coombes, a Josh Whittam brace and Dan Starkey on target for Skegness.

In the Premier Division, Kirton Town made a mockery of derby games being “great levellers” after putting five goals past A16 rivals Wyberton Reserves.

Curt Yeatman with two, Richie Barker, Michael Resson and Chris Hilton found the net for Kirton.

The only other game in the division saw Skegness Town Reserves play out a goalless draw with Old Leake.

Wyberton’s first team were in Lincs Junior Cup action where they won a seven-goal thriller against Spilsby Town.

Curtis Revell netted twice in the third round tie at Spilsby’s Ancaster Avenue ground.

Jamie Elston and Daniel White were also on the scoresheet, while Josh Wood, Liam Papworth and Michael Twigg scored for the home side.

In other ties, Ruskington Rovers beat last year’s finalists Coningsby 4-2 and Benington went down 2-1 at home to Horncastle Town.

There was no joy for Division One’s bottom side Swineshead Institute Reserves who welcomed Fishtoft to the Sports Pavilion, only to lose 7-1.

Old Doningtonians fared little better down the A52, going down 4-1 at home to Boston College.

Reece Young, with two, Nathan Rivett and Piotr Puchala were on target for the Boston side.

There was better news for Fosdyke though who eased to a 3-1 win over Freiston, courtesy of goals by Alex Cammack, Callum Karpyzyn and Matty Bray

Also in Division One, Woodhall Spa beat Horncastle Town Reserves 3-2 and Park United were 5-2 winners over Billinghay Athletic.

In Division Three, Wyberton A squandered a 3-0 lead against league leaders Bull Athletic to go down 4-3.

Fosdyke Reserves scored twice but conceded 14 times against Boston College Reserves, with five goals for Deividas Urbsys and hat-tricks for both Aarron Smith and Michael Fleming.

Digby and Park United Reserves shared a 3-3 draw, while Mareham and Woodhall Spa United Reserves ended goalless.


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