Sunday League: Division One - Trafalgar and Newlands march on at the top

Newlands and Trafalgar both picked up wins as they bid to win the division one title

Newlands and Trafalgar both picked up wins as they bid to win the division one title

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The top two in division one pulled away after convincing wins, while Commercial’s division two promotion bid was enhanced after a 3-0 success.

DIVISION ONE:

Cayton 0 Newlands 12 (Delve 3, Fields 3, McCoubrey 2, Bates, Pinder (pen), Freer, OG)

Newlands maintained their title charge with a convincing 12-0 win at struggling Cayton.

The away side were 5-0 up at the interval and maintained their onslaught on the Cayton goal in the second half.

Both Luke Delve and Kile Fields netted hat-tricks, while Drew McCoubrey fired in a brace.

The scoring was completed by goalkeeper Sean Pinder, who converted a penalty, Dan Freer, Stew Bates and an own goal.

Chris Mann was in impressive form for the victors, who are once again going head-to-head with fierce rivals Trafalgar for the division one title.

Trafalgar 6 (Ramm 2, Dove 2, Pinder, Taylor) Itis Itis 0

Trafalgar’s 100 per cent league record is still gleaming after they put in a polished performance against Itis Itis, picking up a 6-0 win.

Doubles for Joel Ramm and striker Chris Dove were added to by strikes from young Pickering Town midfielder Lewis Taylor and Rob Pinder as Liam Salt’s men cruised to victory.

Boss Salt picked out Pikes midfielder Jamie Patterson as his side’s man of the match.

Tennyson 1 (Fennell) West Pier 1 (G Thomas)

In another game ruined by the blustery conditions, Tennyson and West Pier were forced to make-do with a share of the spoils.

Billy Johnson’s Tennyson led at the interval, Tom Fennell’s superb strike from outside the box the difference between the sides at the interval.

Paddy Parke and Jamie Towse’s Pier weren’t to be denied a point though, Gary Thomas’ firmly-struck effort from outside the box rifling into the bottom corner to seal them a point.

Johnson singled out Matty Whitehall as his side’s star man, while James Wardle and Jonny Hyde were the men who impressed for Pier.

Klosters P-P Fylingdales (Klosters failed to raise a side)