Saturday League: League reports - Filey maintain title push while Athletico and Sleights draw blanks in division three

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Filey Town eased to a 3-0 win at Fishburn in division one, while in their crucial division three promotion clash, Athletico2B and Sleights couldn’t be separated.

DIVISION 1

FISHBURN PARK 0 FILEY TOWN 3 (Sugden, S Dickens, Cappleman)

Dave Brannan’s Filey Town maintained their charge for the division one title after they cruised to a 3-0 win on the road at relegation-threatened Fishburn Park.

They were 1-0 up after Liam Sugden’s superb solo goal and their lead was doubled heading into the interval when Stu Dickens flicked in from a corner.

Filey missed a superb chance to make it 3-0 when they were awarded a penalty for a challenge on Phil Dickens.

Dickens stepped up himself, but couldn’t find the net from the spot.

Town didn’t need to worry though, and they were 3-0 up and out of sight when Lee Cappleman fired in.

Brannan named makeshift centre-midfielder Benjamin Briggs as his side’s man of the match.

AYTON 3 (Fryirs, Roberts, Glaves) RYEDALE 0

Ayton picked up a much-needed win in their bid to secure a shock title win as they edged past Ryedale.

They were 1-0 up when Neil Fryirs’ corner caught the wind and flew straight in after 30 minutes.

The home side had to wait until the hour mark to double their lead. Player-manager Steve Roberts guiding his header superbly into the bottom corner.

Roberts’ men confirmed their win when Fryirs’ precise slide-rule pass found Liam Glaves, who slotted in neatly.

Glaves and Danny Stevens were Ayton’s star men.

EASTFIELD ST JAMES 3 (Barber, Blake, Price) WESTOVER WASPS 0

Nick Hegarty’s Eastfield side continued their decent run of form with a comfortable 3-0 home-win against Westover.

They were a goal to the good after 25 minutes, Dom Barber heading in from a corner.

Their lead was doubled in the 70th minute when defender Adie Blake found space to finish neatly.

Their win was rubber stamped when Danny Price smashed into the roof of the net.

Kris and Lee Tate were Eastfield’s star men.

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DIVISION 2

FILEY TOWN RESERVES 3 (Powell 2, Flynn) EDGEHILL RESERVES

Jay Taylor’s Filey Town Reserves maintained their tilt at the division two title with victory at home to Edgehill Reserves.

They led 3-0 at the interval through two goals from Jordan Powell and a strike from skipper Lalan Flynn.

And although Taylor’s men couldn’t add to their tally after the break, they had already sealed their win.

Johnny Hunter was their man of the match.

CAYTON 1 (Cross) SNAINTON 2 (Watson, Bell)

Another side in the promotion mix are Danny I’Anson’s Snainton, who stayed top after beating Cayton 2-1.

They were made to wait until the 55th minute to open their account and they led through Leigh Watson, who tapped in after Mike Horsley’s header had rebounded back off the upright.

Rock-bottom Cayton levelled through Dean Cross, but Snainton rallied and continued to press forward.

Their winner came when Dave Bell beat his marker and smashed in. Bell was named as their man of the match.

FC ROSETTE 3 (A Wray 2, Crowe) NEWLANDS RESERVES 5 (B Luntley 3, McGregor, B Logan)

A hat-trick from Scarborough Town striker Ben Luntley helped Newlands Reserves to a 5-3 win at Rosette.

Newlands led 3-1 at the break, Robbie Crowe registering for Rosette,

Rosette player-boss Al Wray fired in after the interval to make it 3-2, but Newlands edged further clear.

Wray clipped in a free-kick to make it 4-3, but Newlands weren’t to be denied.

Dougie McGregor and Billy Logan were Newlands’ other scorers.

Guy Newbold stood out at centre-back for Rosette,

DIVISION 3

ATHLETICO2B 0 SLEIGHTS 0

Two of the promotion chasing sides in the third division locked horns in West Ayton, but they were forced to share the spoils.

Neither side would break the deadlock, Sleights defender Andy Hardy standing out for the away side.

The point will do neither side too much good, with Sleights sitting in second, and Athletico in fourth.

SCALBY RESERVES 0 FC SOBA 5 (Rackham 4, Turner)

Mike Keld’s Soba are favourites to win promotion to the second division at the second attempt after they beat Scalby Reserves 5-0 in a match switched to Oliver’s Mount from Scalby’s Carr Lane ground.

After a fairly even opening 25 minutes, Soba led after Craig Rackham’s strike cannonned off defender Jake Scutt and wrong-footed keeper Tom Manson before nestling in the back of the net.

Scalby held firm until the interval, and had their chances to level matters up, but they fell further behind when good work from Matty Turner allowed Rackham to net his second.

Scalby’s Will Bray saw his free-kick rattle off the crossbar, before Soba made it 3-0, Rackham’s volley creeping through the grasp of Manson.

Turner then turned scorer, finding himself a yard of space before smashing into the bottom corner.

Rackham completed the scoring, nipping in behind the Scalby defence to clip over the on-rushing Manson.

Keld named Tim Moor as his side’s man of the match.

WEST PIER RESERVES 4 (Crawford, N Thomas, S Garnett, W Garnett) FALSGRAVE RESERVES 2

Dave Crawford’s West Pier Reserves remain top of the table after a 4-2 win over Falsgrave Reserves.

Player-boss Crawford’s corner flew straight in to give his side a 1-0 lead, before Sam Garnett netted for 2-0 after 20 minutes.

Falsgrave rallied and made it 2-1, but a superb solo effort from Scarborough Town’s Neil Thomas put the home side back in control.

Will Garnett made it 4-1 after 80 minutes, and although Falsgrave hit back again, Pier hung on to seal the three points.

CAYTON RESERVES 4 SEAMER RESERVES 2 (Summers, Mattison)

Rock-bottom Cayton Reserves took their second win of the season to edge closer to moving off the foot of the table.

They managed to edge past Seamer Reserves despite goals from Ryan Summers and Chris Mattison.

Cayton are now just one point behind second-bottom Falsgrave Reserves.

AYTON RESERVES 0 (Craven) WHITBY RFC 6

Ayton Reserves suffered a shock mauling at the hands of Whitby RFC.

A host of mistakes in their defence saw them trail 3-0 at the break, and their woe continued following the break as Whitby ran in three more goals to make it 6-0 before Mark Craven notched a consolation strike late on.