Cayton retained their position at the top of the table after drawing 1-1 at rivals Seamer.
The hosts took an early lead, a cross-shot from the wing was palmed away by the Cayton goalkeeper but only as far as a Seamer striker, who was able to tap the ball in.
Seamer were the stronger side in the first half, but only managed one goal, and they paid the price for this when Joshua Pickin crossed just before half-time which found Josh Smith in the box and he was able to beat the keeper and make it 1-1.
The second half was end-to-end with both teams having lots of possession as well as lots of shots, but several corners from Cayton could not beat the Seamer defence as the scores finished at 1-1.
Cayton manager, Tommy Smith said: “All players from both sides played very well and the game was a great advert for under-10s football.”
This draw by Cayton allowed Scalby to pull level on 20 points with the leaders after winning 6-1 at home to Burlington Jackdaws.
Two minutes into the game Max McNiven fed the ball out wide to jake reeves who drilled home from a tight angle.
McNiven then added a second after a fine passing move, reuben Staveley’s cross then found the back of the net to make it 3-0.
Just before the break Burlington pulled one back against the run off play.
Straight after half-time Scalby came flying out of the blocks and McNiven added number four with a fine strike.
Liam Coulson’s corner found its way straight into the Burlington net to make it 5-1 and McNiven completed his hat-trick with a breakaway goal.
The whole team played well but McNiven just edged the man of the match award with three goals and an assist.