Falsgrave’s first and reserve sides both picked up wins in their games against Newlands Reserves and Cayton Reserves respectively.
Falsgrave 5 (Brady 3, Tolliday 2) Newlands Park Reserves 1
Paul Brady helped himself to a hat-trick as Falsgrave continued their impressive start to life in division two with a 5-1 home win over Newlands Reserves.
Brady had Falsgrave 2-0 up by half-time before completing his treble after the break.
Rich Tolliday added two goals of his own to complete Falsgrave’s third win in seven days.
Gavin McGough starred in central midfield for Billy Johnson’s men.
Filey Town Reserves 2 (Coulden, Sheldon) Flixton 4 (Laing 2, Skelton, Hague)
A brace from Ian Laing fired Flixton to a 4-2 success at Filey Town Reserves.
Laing fired Flixton ahead with a powerful strike before nodding home Matt Hobson’s pin-point cross to make it 2-0 after half an hour.
Lee Coulden’s header reduced the arrears with the second half just two minutes old but Keith Skelton registered soon after to restore the away side’s two-goal cushion.
Danny Hague took the score to 4-1 after he was sent clean through on goal by Luke Midgely and although Scott Sheldon pulled another goal back with six minutes remaining it proved to be too little too late for Jay Taylor’s side.
Cayton Corinthians 3 (Szalabski 2, Davison) FC Rosette 2 (J Wray, Scott)
Cayton twice fought back from a goal down to see off Rosette by a 3-2 scoreline.
Jamie Wray had Rosette in front but Polish hitman Mike Szalabski headed in a Jake McAleese cross to level things up.
Liam Scott struck to put the visitors back in the ascendancy but they were again pegged back when Scott Davison found the net for 2-2.
A 25-yard effort from Szalabski settled matters to give Cayton their first points of the new campaign.
Cayton Reserves 3 (Amoah 2, Hanson (pen) Falsgrave Reserves 4 (Smythe 2, Sunter, Chalk)
Falsgrave Reserves player-boss John Chalk netted a late winner to seal his side’s first points of the campaign in a thriller at Cayton.
Goals from Lee Smythe and Joe Sunter had Falsgrave two goals to the good with just five minutes on the clock.
Zak Hanson pulled one back from the penalty spot for Cayton in the 35th minute before two goals in five minutes from Paul Amoah saw the hosts go in at half-time 3-2 in front.
Smythe’s second of the game - a long-range effort - levelled things up before the game’s decisive goal arrived in the 70th minute when Chalk fired home.
Hanson and his strike partner Josh Venner were in good form for Cayton, while Chalk was the pick of the Falsgrave players.
Scalby Reserves 5 (Turley 2, Luntley, Scutt, Arnott) Westover Wasps Reserves 2 (McKenzie, Oldroyd)
Nick Turley came off the bench to bag a quick-fire brace for Scalby Reserves as John Hartley’s men recorded their first win in well over a year with a 5-2 success over Westover Wasps Reserves.
There were no goals in an even first half but Scalby took the lead just before the hour mark when Lee Luntley netted with a measured effort.
Jake Scutt powered home a header to put the hosts 2-0 up before Westover’s player-boss Eddie McKenzie picked out the top corner of the Scalby goal to reduced the arrears.
Turley then displayed his predatory instincts to register twice from close-range either side of an effort by Wasps’ Paul Oldroyd.
Darren Arnott rounded off the scoring when he struck Scalby’s fifth with the last kick of the game.
Defenders Scutt and Grant Elwell were the victors’ star performers.
Whitby RFC 0 Soba 3 (Rackham (pen), Walker, Vasey)
Soba picked up their second win in succession when they won away from home at Whitby RFC.
Craig Rackham converted a penalty to put the visitors ahead early on and there were no more goals before the interval.
Jack Walker and Liam Vasey got their names on the scoresheet in the second period to wrap up the win forMike Keld’s side.
Soba’s man of the match award went to stand-in central defender Rackham.
Sleights 4 West Pier Reserves 0
West Pier Reserves’ 100 per cent record came to an end when they slipped to a 4-0 defeat on the road at Sleights.
Pier were 3-0 down at the break and only substitute Martin Young emerged from the game with much credit after an impressive display in the centre of the visitors’ defence.
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