It was a reduced programme in the Scarborough News Sunday League this weekend due to the Oliver’s Mount pitches being unavailable due to the motorcycle racing, with only five games being played.
In the only division one game, Klosters claimed a 6-4 home success against Filey Flyers to open their account for the season.
Daniel Gregory put Klosters ahead after two minutes after good work on the right wing by Tom Blackburn.
Mark Vasey made it 2-0 10 minutes later and a superb solo effort from Gregory made it 3-0 after 25 minutes.
Mark Vasey got his second from the penalty spot five minutes before half-time.
Phil Dickens pulled one goal back for Flyers on the stroke of half-time.
Will Hunter’s free-kick made it 4-2 just after half-time but Mark Vasey got his hat-trick with his second penalty after an hour.
Filey pulled it back to 5-4, but Klosters man of the match Liam Vasey set up Arran Wright to slot home the sixth goal with just under 10 minutes remaining to make the game safe
West Riding and Shakespeare continued their unbeaten starts to the season in division two with wins at home to itis itis and at West Pier Reserves respectively.
Goals from Gareth Sygrove and man of the match Matt Whitehall secured victory for West Riding.
The game between Pier Reserves and Shakespeare was a much closer affair, the visitors winning by the odd goal in five.
Mark Tucker’s home side matched a very strong Shakespeare outfit throughout and opened the scoring with a cracking finish from Nick Bell after fine work from James Temple.
Both sides had chances to net in a very competitive first half, and the visitors levelled two minute before half-time when the impressive Dane Ramos squared the ball for Ryan Cooper to fire home.
More end-to-end action followed after the break and the visitors went ahead when Ramos once again created a chance for Jamie Patterson to slot home.
Pier looked to have earned a point when a long throw from Kyle Spivey was smashed home by the left foot of Chris Garton.
Shakespeare had other ideas and grabbed a late win when Col Jenkinson robbed a Pier defender of possession when he was attempting to shpeherd the ball out of play near the corner flag. He set up Ramos, whose shot was saved, but Mikey Barker headed in to break Pier’s hearts.
Pier boss Tucker said: “We could not have played any better and each one of the lads deserve a share of the man-of-the-match award.
“When you see how many good players they have got - they even managed to bring Scarborough Athletic’s Robbie Hawkes on as a sub! - they will be firm favourites to go up.”
Filey Flyers Reserves surged to an 11-0 triumph at home to Alma in division three.
Man of the match James Pinder smashed in a hat-trick, while brothers Joe and Max Gage also cracked in a hat-trick each.
Tom Kempson and Jamie Whitelaw also struck for Flyers, who led 7-0 at half time.
Pinder and the Gage brothers scored two apiece in the first half, along with Kempson’s strike.
The young trio completed their trebles after the interval, with Whitelaw also netting his goal.
Leaders Whitby Wanderers cruised to a 9-0 win at West Riding Reserves, Ste Ross smacking in six goals.
Man of the match Ross got a first-half hat-trick to put the visitors 3-0 ahead.
The striker banged in another three after the break, with Lee Brennan scoring a free-kick, Simon Taylor cutting in from the left to net, and Andrew Marshall completing the rout.