Lincolnshire League, 22/01/11: SKELLINGTHORPE PFC picked up their first away point of the season when they drew with Horncastle Town in the Lincolnshire League.
There were convincing away wins for two of the title favourites Hykeham Town and Boston United Reserves, while Skegness kept their championship interest alive with victory over CGB Humbertherm.
A Stephen Norton hat-trick helped Louth Town Reserves to a home win over Sleaford Town’s second string.
Lincoln United Reserves grabbed the bragging rights in their Friday night derby clash with Ruston Sports.
In the Lincolnshire Junior Cup fifth round Swineshead Institute continue to maintain a Lincolnshire League interest following their 4-1 win over AFC Ropery.
l TOP match this weekend takes place at fifth placed Hykeham Town, where County Cup semi-finalists Swineshead Institute are the visitors.
Leaders Boston United Reserves will be favourites to take the three points when manager Glen Maddison takes the Pilgrims back to his former club Sleaford Town Reserves, who currently occupy the bottom rung in the table.
Much improved Cleethorpes Town are in derby action at home to Louth Town Reserves.
Heckington United have home advantage when they take on Grimsby Borough Reserves, while Ruston Sports will be in the hunt for points under the Horncastle floodlights.
CGB Humbertherm will be looking to bounce back from their disappointment at Skegness with victory at Skellingthorpe PFC.