Skegness Town continued their policy of introducing a number of young players into their Reserves side, when they made the trip to leaders Wyberton, who had won their previous 11 league fixtures.
Centre back Thomas Watson, 17, made his debut, alongside 17-year-old Mason Hazard.
Both performed well in a confident looking back four as the seasiders matched the high-flying home side.
The closest either side came to scoring was a 25th minute strike from Michael Parnham, which rebounded from a post.
Adi Verheul also came close with a classy overhead volley.
Wyberton upped the tempo after the break, but it wasn’t until the 70th minute that they broke the deadlock.
They completed the scoring with further goals in the 85th and 90th minutes.
Manager Scott Daley said after the game: “This was a brilliant team performance. A few players were feeling under the weather, but they rolled up their sleeves and put in a good display.”
He was particularly pleased with his young defenders, but said the older lads were “immense”.
His man of the match was Joe Errington.
On Saturday Skegness Town Reserves travel to Coningsby in the Sports Cup (kick-off 2pm).