Football teams set for return to action

The latest sports news for the Hemel area
The latest sports news for the Hemel area

Skegness Town and Spilsby Town will do battle on Saturday, with a place in the Mason Bros Lincs Junior Cup semi-finals at stake.

The Lilywhites, currently top of the Lincs League, will host Spilsby - who sit second in the Boston Saturday League’s Premier Division - at the Vertigo Stadium.

Skegness will remain in top spot in the table this week as second-placed Horncastle Town are without a fixture.

The Lincs Junior Cup contest will kick off at 1.30pm.

Skegness United, currently top of the East Lincs Football Combination Division Two by six clear points, host fourth-placed Scamblesby.

This is a chance to complete a league double over Scamblesby after winning the away fixture 8–0 back in September.

A win for United could see them increase their lead at the top of the table with North Thoresby having no game.

Kick off will be at 1.45pm.