Turks Head hit 15 in Albert win as Traf net late equaliser

West Pier (red) v Castle Tavern at Oliver's Mount.'Photo by Dave Barry 113581a
West Pier (red) v Castle Tavern at Oliver's Mount.'Photo by Dave Barry 113581a

HOT-SHOTS Jon Cairns and Tom Scales were both in fine form as they notched up six goals apiece when Turks Head smashed Albert 15-0.

In a game in which the home side led 8-0 at the interval, player-boss Col Jenkinson, Rob Clark and Jordan Aitkens were also on the score-sheet.

West Pier (red) v Castle Tavern at Oliver's Mount.'Photo by Dave Barry 113581a

West Pier (red) v Castle Tavern at Oliver's Mount.'Photo by Dave Barry 113581a

Dane Ramos was handed the man of the match accolade for his performance in Turls midfield.

Player-boss Jenkinson said: “We have got a good group of lads here and they are all very eager to succeed.”

West Pier Reserves claimed a hard fought 3-0 victory over a determined Castle Tavern side.

Nick Bell bagged a brace for Pier while Kev Hodgson also found the back of the net.

West Pier (red) v Castle Tavern at Oliver's Mount.'Photo by Dave Barry 113581a

West Pier (red) v Castle Tavern at Oliver's Mount.'Photo by Dave Barry 113581a

Shaun Rennison and Michael Dennis were both on target for Cayton but it was not enough to stop them losing 5-2 at home to Victoria Reserves.

MARK Vasey hit four as Klosters saw off Hunmanby Hornets 7-1 to claim their first top flight victory.

Klosters had to battle hard for their win as they led 2-1 at the interval.

Vasey was then joined on the score-sheet by his brother Liam along with midfielder Ashley Townley and former Pickering Town man Georgie Rose.

Scarborough Sports at Oliver's Mount. From left, front: Michael Brennan, Nick Robinson, Nick Prew, Marc Richardson, Aaron Bryant, Theo James, Tom Peacock. Back: manager Tony Walker, Phil Clarke, Kaylem Ulliott, Shane Herbert, Tom Lamb, Ryan Sanderson, Lee Walker, Chris Gowan, Shane Ferrey, assistant manager Kenny White. Photo by Dave Barry 113581k

Scarborough Sports at Oliver's Mount. From left, front: Michael Brennan, Nick Robinson, Nick Prew, Marc Richardson, Aaron Bryant, Theo James, Tom Peacock. Back: manager Tony Walker, Phil Clarke, Kaylem Ulliott, Shane Herbert, Tom Lamb, Ryan Sanderson, Lee Walker, Chris Gowan, Shane Ferrey, assistant manager Kenny White. Photo by Dave Barry 113581k

Liam Vasey picked up the man of the match award for his display on the right wing.

Klosters manager Rhys Howell said: “Liam scored a screamer in the first minute and created plenty of chances for us. It was a good effort.”

Trafalgar left it late to earn a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw at Newlands.

Sean Exley missed a penalty for Traf just before half-time but they were a goal to the good when Kris Tate volleyed home.

Mark Swales and Billy Logan then netted for Newlands to turn the game on its head.

It looked like Newlands were heading for victory but Dean Craig popped up with a late leveller for Traf.

Another player to help himself to a hat-trick was Staxton’s Chris Dove as they defeated Angel 5-1.

Staxton were always on top after taking a 10th minute lead through Rob Pinder.

In a game in which they were 2-0 up at the break, substitute Matthew Dykes was also on the score-sheet.

Tom Nicholson and Chris Dove were both on top form for Staxton.

Striker Gareth Sygrove collected four goals as Star won 9-4 at Ayton.

Nick Heggarty chipped in with a brace for Mark Barber’s side while Dom Barber, Matty Turner and Karl Brown were also on target.

Midfielder Dean Lill was the Star man of the match.

West Pier produced a polished performance to hammer Strongwood 5-0.

Martin Cooper hit a brace for Pier while Gaz Thomas, Mikey Barker and Sam Hyde were also on the scoresheet for the hosts.

Sam Smart was Pier’s man of the match for his solid display at centre-back.

PAUL Brady scored all three goals when his Victoria side beat Seamer 3-1.

Victoria were ahead at the break after Brady produced a cheeky back heel.

The advantage was doubled early in the second half when Brady headed home a fine Rich Tolliday cross.

Brady completed his hat-trick when he got on the end of a Cameron Smith cross.

Seamer pulled a goal back but it was just a consolation effort.

Victoria boss Billy Johnson said: “We played well and Paul took his chances very well.

“He showed he can finish well with both his head and his feet and he looks to on top form.”

Mike Anderson and Neil Forsyth both impressed for the winners.

Trafalgar Reserves and Pirates shared a point in a 2-2 draw as Alex Bowman bagged two penalties for Traf, while FC Filey defeated itis itis 4-0 and Sun Inn picked up a solid 2-0 victory at Strongwood Reserves.