FOOTBALL: Pinchbeck Utd Reserves and Tydd St Mary both hit seven

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Pinchbeck managed back-to-back wins moving them up to seventh in Chromasport Peterborough League Division Two.

Braces from Jamie Cartlidge, Chris Beale and Aiden Moore and a single goal from Ryan Wheeler competed a tally of 20 goals for Pinchbeck in three games against ICA.

Beale opened the scoring inside five minutes and from then Pinchbeck always were in control. It was 4-2 at the break.

Pinchbeck then showed great character against a spirited ICA. Jack Chilvers was a rock at the back and Matt Hempsall instrumental in midfield.

Final score was 7-3.

In Division Five, Tydd St Mary had a storming victory over Hampton Sports.

Matty Eaton (2) and Phil Franklin goals put Tydd in the driving seat by the break.

On 53 minutes it was 4–0 when Franklin’s run and cross set up Eaton for his hat-trick. Two minutes later Aaron Parker’s searching cross found Franklin at the far post to volley home the fifth.

Sub Rob Place made it 6–0 before Hampton netted twice. The Saints had the last say when Sam Lilley’s cross found Franklin to complete his first hat-trick for the club on his 20th birthday.

• Old Dons are through to the third round of the Boston Saturday League’s Sharman and Burgess Sports Cup.

Goals from Kieran Rose, Oli Gedney, Chris Grimer, Jonny Butler and Martyn Fox came in a 5-2 win at Freiston.

However, a weakened Old Dons Reserves went down 6-2 at home to Kirton Town Reserves.They were 2-0 down before player/manager Lee Whyte opened his account for the season with a fine goal.

But minutes later, the Dons defence capitulated again and Kirton made it 3-1.

Dons conceded three more in the second half, but young Jamie Francis continued his goalscoring exploits with a late consolation.