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Lincolnshire Junior Cup and Peterborough League round-up





Moulton Harrox staged a remarkable fightback to maintain their grip on the Lincolnshire Junior Cup on Saturday.

The current holders were facing a quarter-final exit when they found themselves 4-2 down in the latter stages of their tie with Nettleham at Broad Lane.

However, they scored twice in the dying throes of extra-time to send the tie to a penalty shoot-out where Moulton were 4-3 winners.

Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes

Marcus Parry (two), Ash Coddington and Dalius Kisla were on target for Moulton who recorded a second successive shoot-out win in this season's competition after they had knocked out Colsterworth on penalties in the previous round.

Harrox had defeated Wyberton on penalties in last season's final and both teams are now through to the last four.

Wyberton were also involved in an epic last eight tie as they defeated Lincolnshire League rivals Keelby United 7-5 after extra-time.

Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes

Former Pinchbeck player Chris Shipley struck a hat-trick for Wyberton with Alex Beck bagging a brace.

Ex-Holbeach player Liam Ogden and Adam Broom also netted for Wyberton who join Skegness Town Reserves and Crowle Colts in the semi-finals.

Stanground Sports leapfrogged Moulton Harrox into second spot in the Peterborough League Premier Division table after a 7-2 win over Holbeach Reserves. Connor Bell and Kieron McConnell scored for the Tigers.

Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes

Deeping Rangers Reserves were 2-1 away winners at Sawtry while a depleted Crowland side lost 3-0 at Warboys.

Tydd went down to a 5-2 home defeat against Leverington with Kelton Stringer and Marcio Martins scoring their goals.

Holbeach Sports were beaten 3-0 by Division One leaders Peterborough City while Deeping United won by the same margin at Stilton with goals from Daryn Whiteman (two) and Ben Catanach.

Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes

Long Sutton suffered a narrow 4-3 away loss at Wittering Premiair Reserves with Jamal Nyang, Arron Pike and Keegan Thorpe on target.

Whaplode Drove Rovers romped to a nine-goal home victory over Tydd Reserves in Division Two.

Ryan Ellwood, Jordan Woods and Charlie Bosett all scored twice with Josh Lawrence, Adam Richardson and Jake Lyon their other marksmen.

Billy Gibbs and Xennon Paul both scored twice in Crowland Reserves' 5-4 home defeat against FC Hampton.

Sutton Bridge were 3-2 away winners at King's Cliffe thanks to goals from Alex Clements-Limb, Jordan Collison and Kurt Scott.

Deeping United Reserves lost 2-1 at Whittlesey Development with Jay Handley hitting their goal.

Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Honours finished even in the Peterborough League game between South Lincs Swifts and Moulton Harrox Reserves. Photo: Chris Lowndes

Bourne Town were 2-0 victors over Park Farm Pumas A in Division Three after goals from Ryan Baxter and Jake Dilley.

Long Sutton Reserves lost 2-0 at home to Ramsey Reserves while Whaplode Drove's second string lost 7-0 at AFC Malborne with former Bourne Town player Reece Driscoll scoring six times for the hosts.

Honours finished even in the Division Four derby between South Lincs Swifts and table-topping Moulton Harrox Reserves.

Jack Watson had given Swifts the lead before Dan Beresford equalised after the break in a contest where both sides finished with 10 men following the dismissals of Alfie Tointon and Jack Forster.

Elsea Park Eagles were beaten 6-2 at home by Stanground Sports Reserves with Dan Twaite and Sam Waterfall on target.

Deeping United A also conceded six goals in their home loss to Peterborough City Reserves.

Pinchbeck United Development collected their second point of the Boston League Premier Division season after a 1-1 draw at home to Horncastle Reserves. Mark Garner scored their goal.

Holbeach Bank lost 5-1 away at Woodhall Reserves in Division Two.



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