Spa lead a goal frenzy as they hit twelve past poor Saxilby
The first full weekend of games in the Sills and Betteridge Lincoln Sunday League saw some high scores, none higher than the 12 by Woodhall Spa in Division Two against Saxilby Athletic in a 12-2 scoreline.
Three apiece for Jason Cooke and Gareth Melia was backed up by a brace for Paul Clarke and James Melia with one each for Tom Richardson and Richard Jackson.
RM Imp were among the goals as well with four coming from Brett Towler.
Jay Robbie, Sam Allmond and Jamie Hatton also found the net in the 8-0 thumping of AFC Rustons.
Hykeham Plough banged in five in their 5-2 result at Plough Sturton while The George Market Rasen opened their League campaign nicely as Ian Smith, Kyle Paul, Joe Osborne and Kaljit Mattu gave them a 4-2 victory at Waddington United.
Debut goals for Pete Dickinson, and James O Callaghan saw Hykeham Tigers defeat The Turks Head 2-1.
In the Premier Division, the game of the day proved to be just that as Danny Wells' last-gasp winner gave the Ivy a hard fought victory after Sean Cann's two strikes had put the Ivy ahead on the hour.
Welton S&SC fared better in their tie at home to Hykeham Athletic as Olly Furness and Matt O'Halloran both found the net twice in a 5-2 win.
Fox & Hounds Hykeham began life in the top flight by beating fellow newcomers Shakespeare Athletic 2-0 with Joe Butler and David Coyde on the scoresheet.
FVA Jerusalem opened their League account with a solid 2-0 victory over Scothern.
Josh Schofield's double and a Johnny Bell penalty secured the points.
Nettleham bounced back from their opening day thumping with a great 4-2 success at Gatehouse thanks to a hat-trick from Laurence Marris and one for Stewart Aisthorpe.
Division One saw an incredible comeback as Newton Utd pulled off a remarkable 6-4 win despite being 4-1 down with man of the match Lewis Delahey grabbing a deserved hat-trick, ably assisted by Richard Lenton, Paul Leedle and Michael Rowley.
Dynamo Varsity's Ashley Stephenson netted five and Sam Joyce two in their side's 7-1 win against St Helens.
Two goals each for Tony Sewell and Ben Garrick secured the three points for AFC Red Lion in a 4-0 success at Wragby.
Rikki Smith's injury time header snatched all three points for Metheringham as they overcame Bassingham 4-3 despite Elliot Ward, Jon Miller and Matt Robinson putting Meg 3-1 earlier in the game.
The Black Swan made it two from two in Division Three with a comfortable 5-0 scoreline at Burtons FCW.
Colin Wines' hat-trick was the highlight of the game along with Callum Murphy and Adam Dowman also finding the net.
AFC Golden Eagle also have a 100 per cent record from two matches as they recorded a narrow 3-2 win over Poachers (Lincoln).
Leigh Walker scored two for the second successive week for Birchwood Leisure as they came away from a hard game at AFC Harpars 3-2 winners.
A penalty miss in the final seconds denied Athletico Lincoln a winning start to their League campaign after Scott Tysoe and Dan Clark had made it 2-2 at Heighington while Grant Foster's late equaliser secured a point for Travellers Rest at Crown & Arrows.
Ruston United sit on top of Division Four as Niall Creane, Ryan Ashworth, Lee Skepper, Ben McDowell and Scott Nicholson were all on target in a 6-2 defeat of AFC Queen.
They are tied with Branston Homeguard who destroyed AFC West End 5-0; goals from Lee Welburn, Ryan Kirk, Mark Hodges and a pair from Gary Moran doing the damage.
Craig Hynds, Mark O'Shea and Jarryd Adamson all hit the back of the net as Red Lion Dunston edged out Lincoln Claytons 3-2.
George & Dragon triumphed 3-2 over Evolution with Sam Rogers scoring twice and Rob Jackson once.
Trent Valley too won by the popular 3-2 scoreline against West End thanks to Mark O'Leary's double.
Goals for Ally Hunt from the spot and a Jason Bullock strike secured a 2-0 victory for FC Vodaphone against Shakespeare BBH.
In Division Five, a superb hat-trick by Colin Wilson gave Welton FC the points as they overcame Lord Ted 3-1. Witham beat fellow newcomers Rileys FC 2-1 thanks to a thunderbolt from Jim Robson and a Sam Riddall header.
The Shed's Paul rook signed off his career with a goal in his side's 4-0 win at Newtoft Social after Zac Markham and two by Kyle Walker had given his side a three-goal cushion.
Bracebridge secured a rare win thanks to two efforts from Des Orchard plus solo strikes from Michael Coyle, Owen Kester and Ryan Bolderstone.
In the outstanding fixture in the County Sunday Cup, Anglers FC comfortably saw off the challenge of Three Gables from the Grantham League 5-1.