Silverware could be heading to Outgang Road after Deeping Rangers reached the final of the UCL League Knockout Cup with a 5-0 caning of Wellingborough Town.
A Ryan Oliver hat-trick and a brace by Matt Heron booked Rangers’ place in the final against either Huntingdon Town or Boston Town, who play on April 16.
In the UCL Premier Division, Holbeach United have a chance to wipe two last-gasp defeats in a row out of their system when they travel to Northampton Sileby Rangers on Saturday. Tenth-placed Tigers are looking to close the gap on the teams above them against a Sileby side fighting relegation.
Holbeach boss Glen Maddison will be without defender Matt Warfield and striker Tommy Treacher, but should have Chris Shipperley and James Reid back.
In other football news, Spalding and District Referees Association has its annual meeting at Spalding Services and Social Club, High Street, Spalding, on Tuesday at 7.30pm.
Both members and non-members are welcome.
Youngsters can learn new football skills over Easter during a coaching session at Spalding High School on April 8 from 10am till 2pm.
Boys and girls aged five to 12 are welcome and to book, call 07507 891197.