Sunday League: Newlands and Pier both take maximum points

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Newlands and West Pier both won in division one, while Heslerton and Fylingdales Reserves were successful in division two.

Division One:

NEWLANDS 3 (R Cooper 2, McCoubrey) FYLINGDALES 2 (Forde pen, Waterfield)

Newlands beat Fylingdales 3-2 despite playing a large portion of their clash with 10 men.

Ryan Cooper bagged a brace for Joe Hakings’ men while Drew McCoubrey also found the back of the net.

A Si Forde penalty and a Mark Waterfield header gave Fylingdales hope, and that was added to by Ryan Cooper being sent for an early bath by referee Ben Naylor.

Sam Cooper and Jordan Mintoft stood out for the victors.

WEST PIER 4 (Dobson 2, Bradshaw, Cooper) TENNYSON 2 (Anderdson 2, one pen)

Paddy Parke paid tribute to his West Pier side after they battled to a 4-2 win against a hard-working Tennyson outfit.

Pier started brightly and two neat finishes from Cameron Dobson handed them a 2-0 lead before an individual effort from Jamie Bradshaw made it 3-0.

The home side switched off before the break though and two goals from Mikey Anderson, one of those coming from the penalty spot, saw the sides go in at 3-2 at half-time.

Tennyson had chances to level matters up, but a combination of good saves and resolute defending kept Tennyson at bay.

The away side poured men forward in the latter stages to try and nick a point, but they were caught on the counter-attack and Martin Cooper netted to make it 4-2 and confirm Pier’s win.

KLOSTERS P-P ITIS ITIS

ROSCOE’S BAR P-P CAYTON

Division Two:

HESLERTON 3 (Beech 2, Blanchard) AYTON 2 (Plumpton, Sample)

Two goals from Josh Beech handed Heslerton maximum points from their home clash with struggling Ayton.

Beech struck against the run of play to hand Heslerton a 1-0 lead at half-time.

It was soon 2-0 after Beech’s right-wing cross somehow beat the Ayton keeper and landed in the back of the net.

Five minutes later Ayton player-manager Mark Plumpton fired in to make it 2-1, but their hopes were again dashed when Dan Blanchard netted for 3-1.

Ayton were again given hope when Carl Sample volleyed in from distance in superb fashion, but the away side couldn’t find a way through the home side’s defence to get the all-important equaliser.

Ross Flinton was Heslerton’s star man while Arthur Edge and Niall Prentice shone for Ayton.

FYLINGDALES RESERVES 3 TENNYSON RESERVES 2

Fylingdales moved further away from the foot of the table after beating Tennyson Reserves 3-2.

It was Dales’ third win of the season.

ANGEL P-P COMMERCIAL

CASTLE P-P WHITBY WANDERERS

ALMA P-P NEWLANDS RESERVES

TRAFALGAR RESERVES P-P WEST PIER RESERVES