FOOTBALL: Four clean sheets to end 2017 - Saturday round-up and results

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Spalding United secured a second successive 2-0 home win while Holbeach United and Pinchbeck United picked up three points on the road.

Jenk Acar opened the Tulips’ account after only four minutes against Newcastle Town.

A penalty was converted by James Tricks on 76 minutes to send Spalding up to 13th place in the Evo-Stik South.

Lewis Leckie’s double earned victory for Holbeach United away to ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division leaders Newport Pagnell Town.

Deeping Rangers are seventh after a goalless draw at home to Daventry Town.

Pinchbeck United are 10 points clear at the top of Division One following a 3-0 win at Potton United.

Deeping v Daventry

Deeping v Daventry

Aaron Eyett scored on his debut for the Knights as Ollie Maltby and Andrew Tidswell also netted.

Bourne Town’s home game against Huntingdon Town was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.


Basford 4 Corby 0, Bedworth 3 Peterborough Sports 2, Gresley 0 Chasetown 4, Kidsgrove 0 Cleethorpes 1, Leek 1 Loughborough Dynamo 0, Lincoln 8 Belper 1, Romulus 2 Carlton 2, Spalding 2 Newcastle 0, Stamford 1 Stocksbridge Park Steels 1.


Premier Division: Deeping 0 Daventry 0, Newport Pagnell 0 Holbeach 2, ON Chenecks 1 Peterborough Northern Star 2, Sleaford 2 Harborough 2, Yaxley 7 Sileby 0.

Division One: Irchester 3 Melton 2, Long Buckby 1 Thrapston 1, Potton 0 Pinchbeck 3.


Premier Division: Benington 2 Railway 5, Coningsby 1 Skegness Town Res 2, Pointon 0 Fulbeck 2, Swineshead v Fishtoft abandoned.

Division One: Boston College 7 Pointon Res 0, Swineshead Res 1 Woodhall Spa 1.

Division Two: Colsterworth 3 Wyberton A 4.

Division Three: Leverton Sheepgate Res 2 Boston College Res 1, Northgate Olympic 1 Swineshead A 1, Woodhall Spa Res 1 Benington Res 2.