Sunday League: Traf end league campaign with 100 per cent record intact

Sunday League round-up by Daniel Gregory

Sunday League round-up by Daniel Gregory

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Trafalgar hammered relegated Cayton 14-0 to end their league campaign with a 100 per cent record, while the club’s reserve team also picked up a hefty 11-2 win at Alma to sign off in style.

Division 1:

Cayton Corinthians 0 Trafalgar 14 (A Sheader 6, Logan 3, Adams 3, Exley, Dove)

Liam Salt’s Trafalgar ended their league campaign with a 100 per cent record after collecting their 18th win from as 18 outings at relegated Cayton.

It was another miserable morning for Cayton, who finish rock-bottom with only five points.

Stand-in striker Alex Sheader grabbed a double hat-trick for Salt’s men as they ran riot at Cayton.

There were also hat-tricks for man of the match Tommy Adams and Billy Logan, while the scoring was wrapped up by Sean Exley and Chris Dove.

Filey Flyers 5 (Micklethwaite 3, R Baldry, D Baldry) Klosters 7 (Fryirs 4, Townley 2)

Klosters battled to a 7-5 win at Filey Flyers in a dress rehearsal for their FA Sunday Cup final on Thursday night.

Filey led but Rhys Howell’s men fought back to lead 4-1, Tom Scales getting their first before a Neil Fryirs double and an Ashley Townley header put them in charge.

It was 4-2 at the interval after Filey pulled one back.

Filey’s comeback was complete after they bagged two in quick succession after the break to even things up at 4-4.

Klosters weren’t to be denied though and they were ahead again after Filey’s keeper cleared to Townley on the halfway-line and the midfielder volleyed in superbly to make it 5-4.

Fryirs wrapped up his hat-trick before netting his fourth to make it 7-4, and despite Filey grabbing another one, Klosters held on to win 7-5 and finish in third with 38 points.

Fryirs and Townley were Klosters’ star men while Lee Micklethwaite, who grabbed a hat-trick for Filey, was their man of the match.

Ryan Baldry and Dan Baldry grabbed Filey’s other goals.

Itis Itis 2 (Henderson, Meads) Newlands 4 (McCoubrey 3, Mann)

Newlands edged out Itis Itis after Drew McCoubrey banged in a hat-trick to help them to a 4-2 success.

McCoubrey capitalised on a defensive error to make it 1-0 before tapping in his second to put Newlands 2-0 up.

Lloyd Henderson’s goal ensured the home side were still in the contest at the break at 2-1.

Chris Mann headed Newlands into a 3-1 lead but Phil Meads netted to make it interesting at 3-2.

Itis Itis had a good go at their visitors, but they were hit on the counter-attack as McCoubrey rounded off his hat-trick and sealed Newlands’ 4-2 win.

Henderson shone for Itis Itis while McCoubrey, Dan Sheader and Jamie Gallagher were in form for Newlands.

Division 2:

Alma 2 Trafalgar Reserves 11 (Aitken 3, Pinder 3, A Wray 2, J Wray, Noon, Shaw)

Andy Noon and Col Jenkinson’s Trafalgar Reserves side rounded-off a superb season for the club with an 11-2 thrashing of Alma.

There were hat-tricks for Jordan Aitken and Jack Pinder while Al Wray bagged a brace.

Their scoring was rounded-off by Andy Noon, Jamie Wray and Wayne Shaw.

Boss Noon said: “It has been a great season for the club.

“If next Sunday goes to plan, that’ll be five trophies, which would be fantastic.”

Angel 2 Commercial 2 (James, Foy)

Commercial battled back from a 2-0 half-time deficit to seal a share of the spoils at Angel.

Angel led 2-0 at the break, but goals from man of the match Adam James and Sam Foy netted Geoff Osguthorpe’s men a point.

Osguthorpe said: “It was a cracking game to end the season with.
“I wanted us to finish first behind the top Reserve sides and we almost managed it, so we can’t complain too much.

“Time will tell if we are asked to go into division one or not, and we’ll give it our best if we do.”

West Pier Reserves 4 (Midgley, Watson pen, Swinger, Garton) Tennyson Reserves 2

Andy Goodwin’s West Pier Reserves warmed up for their cup final against champions Trafalgar Reserves with a 4-2 win against Tennyson Reserves.

Pier led through Luke Midgley, but Tennyson fired back to level matters up.

Chris Weetman won a penalty for Pier and Chris Watson successfully netted to hand his side the lead again.

Darren Swinger nodded in to make it 3-1 before Tennyson hit back again to give themselves hope of grabbing a point.

Their hopes were wiped out by Rich Garton, who grabbed Pier’s fourth to confirm their 4-2 success.

Watson was named as Pier’s man of the match.