Sunday league division one: Newlands and Tennyson continue solid starts

Tennyson, who have won their opening division one fixtures
Tennyson, who have won their opening division one fixtures
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Newlands and Tennyson made it three wins from three after wins against Klosters and Roscoes Bar respectively.

Newlands 4 (Moon 2, Luntley, McCoubrey) Klosters 1 (Scales)

Newlands made it three wins out of three with a 4-1 home success over Klosters in division one.

Ben Luntley had the hosts in front after 20 minutes when Klosters failed to clear their lines and Steffan Moon added a second shortly afterwards.

The visitors improved after the break, Tom Scales reducing the arrears when he beat George Elliot with a low shot from 20 yards that went in off a post.

Buoyed by their goal, Klosters pressed for an equaliser but Moon netted his second of the game to restore Newlands’ two-goal advantage.

Drew McCoubrey’s lob rounded off the scoring in the 75th minute.

Defender Kile Fields was the victors’ man of the match while Lee Luntley was the pick of the Klosters players.

Roscoes Bar 2 (Hepples 2) Tennyson 6 (Whitehall 2, Ferrey, Fennell, Link, Oxley)

Tennyson were another side to extend their 100 per cent start to the new campaign with a 6-2 win on the road at Roscoes.

Matt Whitehall bagged a brace for Billy Johnson’s side while Martyn Ferrey, Tom Fennell, Kieran Link and David Oxley also registered.

Carl Hepples scored both of Roscoes’ goals and earned himself the man of the match award in the process.

Lewis Short was Tennyson’s star man.

Fylingdales 1 (Faichney) West Pier 4 (Bradshaw 2, Speight, Dobson)

A depleted West Pier side got their season up and running with a 4-1 victory at Fylingdales.

A long-range strike from Rob Speight and a Jamie Bradshaw strike saw Pier 2-0 up by half-time.

Paddy Parke’s men rattled the Dales woodwork either side of a fine individual goal by Cameron Dobson that took the score to 3-0.

Former Whitby Town striker Jake Faichney pulled a goal back for the hosts who refused to give in but a cheeky dinked effort from Bradshaw ended the game as a contest.

The central-defensive duo of Tom Hicken and Dave Bell shared the Pier man of the match award while Faichney stood out for Dales.

Itis Itis 1 (P Oldroyd) Filey Flyers 6 (Pindar 3, Keeble 2, Johnson)

Filey Flyers picked up their second win on the bounce with a 6-1 success over itis-itis.

A James Pindar double and goals from Lee Johnson and Jonny Keeble put Filey in control before Paul Oldroyd pulled one back for the home side after the break.

Pindar completed his hat-trick and Keeble grabbed another in the second period to seal a comfortable win for Filey.

Midfielder Ricky Tomlinson was on top form for Flyers.

Cayton P-P Trafalgar

Cayton Corinthians’ game with Trafalgar was postponed as Cayton could not raise a side.