FC Hammers secured their place in round two of the Sharman Burgess Sports Cup following a penalty shootout.

Monday, 24th September 2018, 4:00 pm
Updated Monday, 24th September 2018, 4:03 pm
Carrington (blue) v Fishtoft (red). Neil Allen (blue), Adam Vinters (red)

Their contest against FC Wrangle ended at 3-3, but Hammers held their nerve to progress 3-2 from 12 yards.

Fishtoft kept up their good form in league and cup as they won 3-2 at Park United.

JFC Seniors earned their place in round two after they beat Billinghay Athletic 5-4.

Carrington (blue) v Fishtoft (red). Junior Samra (blue), Kyle Tate (red).

Mareham United put up a fight against Holbeach Bank, but the home side just nicked it 3-2 on the day.

In the Workforce Unlimited Premier Division, title holders Pointon put their first three points onto the table following a close 4-3 win at Skegness Town Reserves.

Benington are yet to find a point as Railway Athletic put three past the home side.

No goals were to be found down at The Causeway as Wyberton Reserves met with Ruskington Rovers.

Carrington (blue) v Fishtoft (red). Ben Dean (blue), Christian Parker (red).

Coningsby and Old Leake also ended 0-0 while Kirton Town won 3-1 at Fulbeck United.

In Division One, Friskney made it five out of five league wins after a close 2-1 victory against Swineshead Institute Reserves. Both Friskney goals came from Jordon Clemants.

Boston College secured three points in a 4-0 win away at Freiston, whilst Pointon Reserves versus Old Doningtonians finished in a 2-2 draw.

In Division Two, Eagle United put an end to Boston Athletic’s unbeaten run, scoring 10 times.

Carrington (blue) v Fishtoft (red). Neil Allen (blue), Darren Tate - Fishtoft goalkeeper.

Spalding Harriers also ran away with three points in a strong 9-1 win against Coningsby Reserves.

Colsterworth travelled to Railway Reserves, where neither side could find a winner, the match ending 2-2.

In Division Three, Park United Reserves haven’t quite found their feet, this week losing to Old Dons Reserves.

Northgate Olympic added another three points to their tally with a 4-1 home win against Woodhall Spa Reserves.

Carrington (blue) v Fishtoft (red). Ben Liu (blue), Kyle Tate (red).

Boston College Reserves made three straight league wins after a big 6-1 win over Digby.

Bull Athletic sit in first place after just putting the one goal past Wyberton A, whilst Benington Reserves won 2-1 at Fosdyke Reserves.

Carrington (blue) v Fishtoft (red). Ryan Huskisson (blue), Kane Tate (red)
Carrington (blue) v Fishtoft (red). Ryan Huskisson (blue), Nicky Syndercombe (red).