Commercial halted leaders’ Whitby Wanderers’ start to the third division season, while Cayton boosted their promotion hopes with a 6-0 home win against Alma.
Whitby Wanderers 0 Commercial 5 (Clark 2, Noble, Billington, Youngson)
Geoff Osguthorpe’s side eased to a comfortable victory at previously unbeaten Wanderers.
Pete Noble opened the scoring with a cool finish, and Mike Clark added another before half-time to put the visitors in control.
Clark, who was playing just behind the striker, completed his brace early in the second half.
Commercial’s subs then polished off the game, with Dominic Billington and Macauley Youngson netting one apiece for the visitors.
Jamie Miller shone on his debut for Commercial, while central midfielder Joe Bayes was man of the match, with Clark and keeper Ash Buck also on top form.
Scarborough Sports 4 (James 2, Mahoney, Johnson) West Riding Res 2 (Young 2)
Scarborough Sports proved too strong for West Riding Reserves in this encounter.
Theo James smacked the ball into the net to open the scoring for Sports.
The home side doubled their lead with a stunning 35-yard free-kick from Sam Mahoney.
The visitors got their way back into the game when veteran striker Carl Young scored after a defensive mistake.
Sports were then awarded a penalty, but the Riding keeper made a superb save to his right.
Five minutes later fine work from Nick Johnson on the left flank, cutiing inside to pass to James, who fired home to make it 3-1.
Riding’s second came when a good move saw Clayton Walker pass the ball to Adam Martin, who beat the defender crossed the ball, and the keeper was beaten to the ball by Young who pounced to net his second goal.
Four minutes from time, man of the match Johnson took on the Riding right-back, sliding a crisp diagonal shot past the Riding keeper to make it 4-2.
Cayton Corinthians 6 (C Davidson 2, S Davidson 2, J Best pen, J Venner) Alma 0
Scott davidson and Connor davidson smashed in a brace of goals each as Cayton eased to a 6-0 home win against Alma.
Player-boss John Best opened the scoring from the penalty spot in this one-sided affair, Josh Venner completing the rout.
Venner’s goal was the pick of the bunch, the youngster racing from the halfway line and taking on the Alma defence before smacking the ball home.
Left-back Harry Holden was Cayton’s man of the match.
Newlands Reserves 6 Castle 2