Scalby stunned by Sherburn
Scalby's hopes of challenging for the Saturday League Division Two title took a dive after their 3-2 home loss against Sherburn today.
Shaun Scales gave Scalby a first-half lead, but 10 minutes before half-time Matty Whitehall levelled for the visitors, reacting quickest after a Mark Bean free-kick hit the bar.
Five minutes into the second half Tristan Mustoe put the away side in front with a neat finish, but Rob Speight levelled with 15 minutes to go and the honours looked set to be shared.
But Mustoe had other ideas as he netted the winner almost straight from the restart for Sherburn, with a cracking 25-yard shot that curled into the top corner.
Bean and Mikey Dennis both shone at centre-back for the victors, with Joey Harris impressing once again, while Lewis Tadman was man of the match for Scalby.
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Cayton Corinthians boosted their chances of a late push for promotion with a 3-2 home win against third-placed Snainton.
The away team impressed in the first half and took the lead after 10 minutes through a Regan Hewitt header after a great team move, then Sam Turner was denied a goal for Snainton.
Jake Sands levelled for Cayton before half-time, with a top save from Snainton keeper Ben Rowe keeping the scores level.
A Tom Sixsmith double after the interval put Cayton in charge, only for Hewitt to drill in a fine stroke to bring Snainton into the game and the Cayton keeper made some fine saves in the closing moments to maintain his side's lead.
Rowe and Hewitt shared the man of the match honours for Snainton, while Jake McAleese was the star man for Cayton.
A Dane Robinson hat-trick led FC Rosette to an 8-1 home win against Old Vic.
Man of the match Robinson's goals were backed up by efforts from Dean Byerley, Tom McDonald, Alex Wray, JP Watson and Jonny Frame.
Goldsborough United worked hard for a 2-1 home win against Commercial.
Ben Watson outpaced the Commercial defence and tucked away the opener for United and then 10 minutes before half-time he flicked home his second goal, Luke Jenkinson having a goal disallowed for the away side for offside..
Watson missed the ideal chance to complete a hat-trick when he missed from the penalty spot, but Commercial made no mistake from the spot when Harry Cooper was fouled, Chris Millson putting away the away side's penalty to set up a nervy final 15 minutes for the hosts, who defended their lead well, with keeper Luke Hansell, their man of the match, keeping them at bay.
Hunmanby United stormed to a 7-0 home win against Flamborough in Division One.
After an even opening 20 minutes, United got the first goal from a short corner, Darren Crawford slotting it home and from then it was one-way traffic.
Oliver Milner hit a brace, with further goals from player-boss Leigh Franks, James Pinder and Mike Johnson, 58-year-old super-sub Ray Milner scoring the goal of the game with a left-foot screamer of a shot.
Man of the match for United was Jonny Hyde.
Newlands and Seamer shared a 1-1 draw, with Danny Glendinning on target for the visitors, who missed a series of chances at Flixton.
Luke Delve was on target for the home side.
Newlands Reserves ace Ryan Matson hammered in four goals as his side beat Ayton Reserves 6-4 in a thrilling Reserve League encounter.
Matson opened the scoring for Newlands, and when Lee McLaughlin slotted in a second it looked to be plain sailing for the hosts, but Chris Milburn gave Ayton hope with a goal before the interval.
Matson's spot-kick and a Fin McGregor put Newlands 4-1 ahead, but Ayton refused to buckle, and goals from Richard Howes and Dan Bywater set up a thrilling finale.
Hot-shot Matson completed his hat-trick as the hosts wen 5-3 up but Luke Chambers pulled it back to 5-4 before Matson finally booked the win for the home side.
Matson, McLaughlin and Dan Hitchock were Newlands' best players, while Howes and Nicko Dunn sparkled for the visitors.
Seamer Reserves eased to a 6-1 home win against Scalby Reserves, with star man Chris Stubbings scoring a double to include his deadly form in front of goal.
Danny Kelly opened the scoring for Seamer before Ayton old boy Stubbings rolling back the years with a brace to make it 3-0 at the break.
Sam Walker, Ben Mason and seasoned campaigner Matty Sheader, with his first touch after coming off the bench, secured a 6-0 lead for Seamer, the visitors hitting a late consolation.