The adverse weather conditions on Saturday didn’t seem to bother Holbeach United Sports as they raced to a 3-0 win over Oakham United Reserves in ChromaSport PDFL Division Two.
Connor Bell, Jared Carver and sub Ben Mansour grabbed the goals at Holbeach United Community Sports Academy as the young Tigers secured an eighth victory of the season.
In the same division, Long Sutton Reserves were one of the many teams to see their game called off.
Up in the Premier Division, Crowland Town were in fine form at Snowden Field as they knocked off Stamford Lions 3-0.
Juliano Resta was amongst the goals in a one-sided affair that sent Crowland up to seventh in the standings.
Holbeach United Reserves, meanwhile, pushed title hopefuls Stilton United all the away before losing 2-1.
A Jordan Keeble goal wasn’t enough as strikes from Kyial West and Dylan Kilford gave hosts Stilton the points.
At the other end of the table, Long Sutton Athletic’s woes continued as they were thrashed 4-0 at Oundle Town.
Two goals from Nathan Rudman were the highlight for the victorious hosts.
In Division One, Tydd suffered a 4-0 defeat at Ramsey Town as Adam Taylor, David Kilby, Jamie Jordan and Charles Hawkins all netted.
Also soundly beaten were Pinchbeck United Reserves as they crashed 3-1 at Whittlesey Reserves.
Tom Carter, Matt Heron and Kieran Hibbins notched for the hosts.
Meanwhile, Tydd Reserves managed a 1-1 draw against Kings Cliffe in Division Three.
Down in Division Four, Sutton Bridge United’s game at Netherton United A was postponed and they are now third.
Division Five has now split into two divisions at the mid-season stage.
A goal from Joe Cottingham couldn’t stop Pinchbeck United A losing 4-1 at home to Deeping Rangers Development in Division Five A.
In Division Five B, Holbeach Bank’s home fixture with Leverington A was postponed.