Holbeach Utd U/14s 6 Mereside U/14s 0: GOAL-MACHINE Brad Waterfall made it three hat-tricks in as many weeks as Holbeach hit Mereside for six.
The Tigers were soon into their stride, playing some neat passing football and they were rewarded with an early goal from Lachasseigne.
This was swiftly followed with another hat-trick from Waterfall to put the Tigers out of sight.
Good teamwork created many more chances before skipper Stebbings headed in a free kick and Dormor headed his first of the season to cap off another terrific performance and cement their position in the top three of the league.
SPALDING ATHLETIC U/14s 3
GLINTON U/14s 2
SPALDING made it two wins in seven days and three on the bounce over their rivals.
Lacklustre defending saw Athletic fall behind, but they picked themselves up and at half time had a 2-1 lead thanks to fine strikes from Jordon Watson and Wes Wilson.
The second half saw Spalding on the back foot and Glinton equalised to take the game to a tense last ten minutes.
But Athletic were not to be denied and Kaspar Pilarz, who had a great game on the left, came up with the winner five minutes from time.
The whole team played their part, but outstanding for Spalding was captain and man of the match Edward Key.
GREENBANK U/13s 1
HOLBEACH UNITED U/13s 3
HOLBEACH came through a tough game against a strong Greenbank team who gave everything.
They had a dream start, as Filip Pilarz playing a great ball to Jordan Keeble, who was brave in the challenge with the keeper and scored after just one minute.
The rest of the the half turned into a battle, with Greenbank coming out on top.
Greenbank took the game to Holbeach after the break and it was no real surprise when they equalised.
To the Tigers’ credit they played more like themselves in the last 15 minutes and Louis Steadman put two good corners in - with both resulting in goals for Pilarz and Jack Keeble.
YOUNG DONS U/13s 1
BOSTON TOWN U/13s 1
HONOURS were even in this hard-fought game.
Boston started off the stronger as they bossed the midfield, but Dons held firm at the back and managed to take the lead thanks to Rhys Brasier.
Town kept applying the pressure though and they got their reward with a tap in from close range.
The second half saw Dons create a spree of chances, but were denied by some excellent saves from the Boston keeper.
In the end, honours were even – with neither manager left feeling too unhappy.
Man of the match: Connor Tyler.
SPALDING U/12s 3
NETHERTON U/12s 4
A CRACKING game saw Spalding edged out.
Netherton took the lead but a typical James Hook crack from outside the box and a Freddie Pearson strike helped Spalding take a 2-1 lead.
They were playing some great stuff at this stage, but Spalding then found themselves 3-2 down at the end of first half.
Spalding levelled when a 30-yard pass from captain George Smith split the defence for Pearson to bury a fantastic finish.
Jordan Edwards defended superbly, but he couldn’t stop Netherton’s decisive fourth goal.
Peterborough & District League
PINCHBECK UTD RES 3
LONG SUTTON ATHL RES 0
IF there was any negative to take out of this performance for Pinchbeck, it was the scoreline only remained at three.
As in the reverse of this fixture the week before, Pinchbeck opened the scoring early.
Stand-in captain Matt Gosling won the ball in midfield and marched through the defenders before passing it to Ash Wilson whose low shot from the edge of the box beat the Sutton keeper at his near post.
Unlike last week, Pinchbeck didn’t allow Sutton back in it. Darren Clarkson made it two when he showed great composure to loft the ball over the head of the keeper following a flick on from a free kick.
Sutton rarely threatened, as Pinchbeck kept the ball far better than in recent weeks.
Aaron Cooper came off the bench to wrap up the win ten minutes from time with a close-range finish.
Spalding Sunday League
LONG SUTTON 0
COWBIT completed a cup double over Sutton on Sunday.
Just like the previous week Cowbit were pushed hard by their second division hosts, but Joe Townsend settled any pre-match nerves when he netted after five minutes.
Cowbit continued to press and were rewarded when Teddy Paling’s shot was bundled into his own net by a defender.
The second half was just seconds old when James McDonogh struck a 20 yard strike into the top corner.
Sutton continued to attack and went close several times, but substitute Ben Hudson completed the scoring when he converted Jake Mason’s cross.
Cowbit’s thoughts now turn to the Lincs Cup semi-final this Sunday, when they host FVA Jerusalem at the Castle (10.45am).
SUTTON ST JAMES 1
LUTTON battled back from a goal down to take all three points.
Both teams started well and both had chances to take an early lead, but it was the home side who went ahead with a good shot inside the far post.
After half time Lutton became the stronger and it was no surprise that they equalised with a crisp shot from Adam Pack.
Lutton went ahead when sub Steve Cruikshank volleyed home from Steve Parker’s accurate through ball.
They then made the game safe when Parker slotted home the third from a defensive mistake.
The match was marred by bad head injuries to a Sutton St James player and Lutton’s Steve Wright.
NEW SARACEN’S HEAD 0
AWESOME Andy Williams hit five goals as Jubilee enjoyed their best result of the season.
Within a minute Williams had put them ahead and moments later Danny Nichols added a second.
Saracen’s Head found themselves under constant pressure and it was no surprise when Williams made it 3-0 at half time.
The second half saw Jubilee play some lovely football as they completely dictated matters.
The outstanding Williams added three more goals after the break, including a 25-yard piledriver, while the hard working Leigh Boekestyn completed the scoring late on.