Red-hot Holbeach United Reserves continued their unbeaten start to the ChromaSport PDFL Premier Division season with a 6-1 victory over Oakham United.
Jordan Keeble and Fenn Storey both bagged doubles at Carter’s Park, while Josh Balding and Tom Coote also got in on the act. The Tigers sit fourth after six games, six points behind flawless leaders Stilton United.
Staying in the top flight, fellow top tier side Long Sutton Athletic picked up a 4-2 win over Keelby United in the Lincs Junior Cup.
Jake Clitheroe, who is staying with the Magpies after turning down a move to Holbeach United, was joined on the scoresheet by Matt Eaton and Jake Lally at London Road.
Also in the county cup, Crowland Town lost 3-1 at Nunsthorpe Tavern despite Danny Firth’s strike.
In Division One, Pinchbeck United Reserves produced the performance of the day as they romped to a 5-0 win over FC Peterborough.
Connor Bell (2), Mario Vaz, Liam Mead and Evander Jose all found the net for Tim Coomes’ side.
Tydd also impressed as they picked up their first victory of the season.
Goals from Jordan Clow, Ryan Ingle and Timmy Magnus secured a 3-0 home triumph over Thorpe Wood Rangers.
However, Crowland Town Reserves suffered a 5-1 home reverse against Wittering Premiair despite Ashley Pratt’s goal.
Also beaten soundly were Moulton Harrox Reserves, who were handed a 3-1 home reverse by Eunice Huntingdon.
John Ball got their goal at Broad Lane.
In Division Two, a hat-trick from Jack Greenacre and two goals from Brandon England steered Long Sutton Reserves to a fine 5-2 win at Wittering Premiair Reserves.
Tydd Reserves lost 8-0 at Cardea Reserves in Division Three, however.
Down in Division Four, Long Sutton Athletic A produced a strong performance to knock off hosts Orton Rangers Reserves 3-0. Jordan Nicholls (2) and Ashley Allen bagged the goal.
In Division Five, Sutton Bridge United have hit the summit after winning 4-1 at Wittering Premiair. Ben English, Robert Hook, Kurt Scott and Joseph Sutton netted the goals.
Holbeach Bank went down 5-3 at Ramsey Reserves despite Dan Whitehouse (2) and Scott Walker finding the net.