FA District Cup: Falsgrave Reserves stun Cayton

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Third division Falsgrave Reserves claimed the shock of the weekend by defeating second division visitors Cayton Corinthians 4-0 in round two of the Scarborough FA District Cup, while Filey Town, Ayton, West Pier, Eastfield and Ryedale also marched on, Edgehill triumphing 7-1 in round one at Hunmanby United to set up a trip to Newlands Park in the second round.

Scarborough FA District Cup

Second round

Falsgrave Reserves 4 (Hansen, M Reddy, P Reddy, Stancill) Cayton Corinthians 0

Third division Falsgrave Reserves pulled off the shock of the round, defeating division two Cayton Corinthians with some ease in their Scarborough FA District Cup second round clash.

Young hot-shot Zak Hansen opened the scoring for Lee Smythe’s side after fine approach play from Mark Reddy.

The latter then made it 2-0 after fine approach play from his brother Paul.

The home side booked their spot in the next round with a cracking 25-yard shot from Paul Reddy that flew past the Cayton keeper and into the top corner of the net.

New recruit Nick Stancill completed the scoring with a neat finish.

Smythe said: “Ronnie Cook was man of the match for a great display at right-back, his positional awareness and distribution was outstanding, while midfielder Joe Sunter was also on top form for us.”

Filey Town 5 (Sugden, Tomlinson, W Hunter pen, Sheldon, Naylor) Kirkbymoorside 0

Filey swept aside York League side Kirkbymoorside with a five-star show at Clarence Drive.

Liam Sugden scored the only goal of the first half with a tidy finish after excellent play from winger Ricky Tomlinson.

The home side made it 2-0 early in the second half through the outstanding Tomlinson, who volleyed home and he was then brought down for a penalty, which Will Hunter blasted in to secure the win for Town.

Scott Sheldon’s 28-yard thunderbolt pulled the home side further clear and Sean Naylor capped a fine team display with a fifth goal late on.

Town manager Jay Taylor said: “Ricky was our man of the match, but once again our back four deserves a lot of credit as they kept another clean sheet and our keeper Josh Crawford only had two saves to make.”

Ayton 4 (Roberts 2, M Oldroyd, M Vasey) Whitby Fisherman’s Society 0

Ayton breezed into the next round of the cup with a confident home win against division one rivals Whitby Fisherman’s Society.

Mark Vasey fired the home side in front after only 10 minutes with a low free-kick which went across the visiting keeper.

Central midfielder Mark Oldroyd added a second with a fine solo goal, controlling the ball well and turning before shooting into the top corner of the net from 15 yards out.

Steve Roberts then showed all his experience, the Ayton player-manager banging in two goals to confirm the win before half-time.

The away side stepped up a gear after the break, but Ayton defended well, led by star man Rich Thomas and kept a clean sheet.

Eastfield 4 (Barber 2, Ferrey, Till) Seamer Sports 1

Mark Barber netted a double to help Eastfield claim a 4-1 win at home to Seamer Sports.

Central midfielder Barber fired the home side into the lead five minutes before half-time from the penalty spot after Nathan Till had been fouled in the area.

Man of the match Barber then made it 2-0 with a cracking shot into the top corner, but Seamer then pulled a goal back to liven up the cup-tie.

Eastfield soon restored their two-goal lead thanks to Martyn Ferrey’s header from an inch-perfect Eric Hall corner.

Till then finished off a fine team move to confirm the cup success.

Falsgrave 2 (Ellis, Anderson) West Pier 5 (Garnett 3, Thomas 2,)

A Sam Garnett hat-trick and a Neil Thomas brace secured a 5-2 win for West Pier at Falsgrave in the District Cup.

Mikey Anderson stunned Pier by netting a first-minute goal for Falsrave, but a swift double from Thomas put Pier in front and right-sided midfielder Garnett banging in all three of his goals before the break.

Falsgrave, whose man of the match was Lewis Short, kept battling away and hit a late goal with a deflected shot from Nick Ellis.

Pier boss Andy Spivey said: “Sam Garnett was outstanding yet again in midfield. Our front six players, which included a returning Paul Provins up front with Neil Thomas and in midfield alongside Sam was Will Jenkinson - also coming back into the time after a long absence - Daz Crawford and Dane Ramos, they were all brilliant today.”

Scalby 2 Sinnington 2, Sinnington win 5-4 on penalties

Scalby suffered a 5-4 defeat on penalties after drawing 2-2 at home to Beckett League champions Sinnington.

Settrington 3 (Copeland 2, Lightfoot) Ryedale SC 4 (H Reed, J Richardson, Thancanamo, Hornby)

Ryedale had to dig deep for a 4-3 win at Beckett League second division side Settrington.

The visitors went 1-0 up through Harry Reed’s bullet header, and they maintained that lead until half-time.

The second half started with a great run from Joel Richardson down the left, who sent in a great cross for Jay Brown who blasted in, but Settrington came back into it with two goals to make it 2-2.

Super-sub Jack Hall then took over with a great run down the right ending with a pinpoint cross for Melvin Thancanamo who guided a precise header into the top corner. The hosts refused to submit and made it 3- 3, but Hall again crossed a great ball to Adam Hornby for the winner .

First round

Hunmanby United 1 (D Baldry) Edgehill 7 (L Cooper 3, Jenking 2, L Henderson, Collins)

Joint-boss Alec Coulson hailed his Edgehill side’s 7-1 first round win at Hunmanby as his side’s best display of the season.

Liam Cooper opened the scoring for the visitors, followed by a strike from man of the match, striker Aaron Jenking and a second Cooper effort.

Left-back Lloyd Henderson fired in his first goal for the club and then Jenking’s low shot slid under veteran United keeper Howard Berridge, who will have been disappointed to have let it through his grasp.

Danny Collins slotted in a sixth, but then Berridge made up for his earlier error with a stunning save to keep out a Jenking penalty, which would have given him a hat-trick. Cooper then completed his own hat-trick to seal the win, Ryan Baldry pulling a goal back for the home side.

While Jenking was man of the match, Cooper, Henderson and midfielder Paul Watson also impressed for Edgehill.