Cayton ease to home win

Junior football - action from Cayton Corinthians under-10s v Holt FC (in yellow bibs) friendly game, at Cayton.  Picture by Andrew Higgins  114799b   26/11/11
Junior football - action from Cayton Corinthians under-10s v Holt FC (in yellow bibs) friendly game, at Cayton. Picture by Andrew Higgins 114799b 26/11/11
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Cayton Corinthians under-10s cruised to a comfortable 5-0 home win against Holt on a windy day at Station Road.

With just seconds on the clock Taylor Plant’s clever backheel hit the post before Dan Simpson opened the scoring, his long-range effort squeezing past the Holt keeper.

Jayden Hindle then doubled the score, poking home following a goalmouth scramble.

Cayton’s good football then allowed Simpson to score his second of the game.

Simpson’s man-of-the-match performance was then sealed when he tapped home at the back post to complete a fine hat-trick.

Cayton’s win was sealed when Finley Ward scored the goal of the game, beating two men then unleashing an unstoppable shot into the far corner.

Scholes Park Raiders bounced back after a recent dip in form to grab a 2-1 win on the road at Kirkbymoorside.

Park started superbly when they grabbed the lead through Jake Turnbull after just eight minutes.

He chested the ball down from a corner and his shot was deflected into the net. The lead was doubled four minutes later when Alex Hird burst onto a Finlay Marsh pass, beat his man and put his shot into the bottom corner.

There was no further score until five minutes into the second half when Kirkby hit back through a neat finish.

Both teams cancelled each other out in the closing stages and Park hung on for the victory.

In a great all-round team performance, central midfielder Marsh edged the man-of-the-match honours for a tenacious display.

Eastfield Sports worked hard for a point from their goalless draw at Fishburn Park.

Kicking into a gale force wind at Whitby, Eastfield were unlucky not to take the lead as livewire wingers Blake Drury and Aaron Holdsworth stole the show with superb performances.

Brandon Clayton was quick off the mark to test the home keeper, while Fishburn had few chances as the visitors closed them down early. Eastfield sweeper, Ebby Stewart, supported well by Charlie Warwick, was again in impressive form.

Kaylum Stingemore had the Fishburn keeper at full stretch with a great strike on goal, Jake Reeves going desperately close, while Adam Blake had one important save to make for the visitors in a match that left the hosts frustrated.