MATTY Dawson’s Seamer Sports Club picked up maximum points from their trip to FC Rosette in division two.
Seamer maintained their chances of promotion back to the first division at the first time of asking as they managed to seal a crucial away win at a solid young Rosette outfit.
Seamer raced into a 3-0 lead as Dave Lawty opened the scoring with a sweetly-struck free-kick before Gary Lawton doubled their advantage when he managed to get on the end of another Lawty free-kick.
Former Pickering Town and Scarborough Athletic Reserves man Danny Glendinning made it 3-0 when he finished neatly past Rosette keeper Daz Palmer.
Rosette pulled one back just before half-time through Simon MacDonald to give the side a much needed boost at the break. And they were further rejuvenated when Joe Logan reduced the arrears to one when he netted from the penalty spot.
The impressive Lawton bagged his second to make it 4-2 before Glendinning tapped home for his brace after Palmer’s parried save from a Joe Tiffany strike fell kindly to him in the box.
A Liam Cummings goal made it 5-3, but the points were already sealed for Seamer.
Manager Dawson said: “We played some decent stuff in periods. We defended poorly though and conceded some bad goals. Sam Smart was superb for us today.”