NEWLANDS came back from a 2-1 half-time deficit to beat Hunmanby United 5-2 and make it through to the third round of the Coastal Shellfish League Cup.
In a game severely hampered by strong winds at Filey, Newlands found themselves battling to get out of their own half in the first 45 minutes.
But they managed to take the lead against the run of play after 20 minutes when prolific striker Eric Hall tapped in after a scramble in the box.
Hunmanby rallied though, and levelled just a few moments later before a misplaced quick free-kick by Paddy Mancrief caught Newlands centre back Nick Beal off guard and Hunmanby found themselves ahead going into the interval.
Newlands, playing with the wind after the turn-around, dominated the second half and two goals from Hall completed his hat-trick and put Newlands back in the ascendancy at 3-2.
Jack Hakings then showed his aerial prowess when he got on the end of a Nick David cross to power a header into the top corner.
Newlands saved their best goal until last as they kept possession nicely before Sam Chambers, who impressed throughout, played in Hall to tap in.
Boss Shaun Mancrief said: “I’m very pleased with the way we’re playing at the moment. We seem to have turned the corner after a little bit of a poor run.
“We’re in two semi-finals, a quarter-final and we’re still in the title race too.”