SUNDAY LEAGUE: Traf into Kenward Cup final after Newlands win

Trafalgar beat rivals Newlands 6-1 to move into the final of the Kenward Cup and set up another showdown with Angel.

Thursday, 19th April 2018, 9:43 pm
Updated Thursday, 19th April 2018, 10:06 pm
Trafalgar beat Newlands 6-1 in their Kenward Cup semi-final

Tyson Stubbings and Mikey Barker banged in two apiece, with their other goals coming from a Josh Young penalty and Danny Glendinning.

Stubbings also registered at the wrong end to hand Newlands a solitary goal on a disappointing night for them.

Boss Jenkinson singled out Stubbings, Glendinning and Sam Garnett as his sides star men.

Trafalgar can still realistically win a quadruple as they are challenging for the Division One title, have won the NRCFA Sunday Challenge Cup, are in the final of the Kenward Cup and the semi-finals of the FA Sunday Cup.

West Pier beat Ayton 5-2 in Division One.

Steve Paxton smashed in a superb hat-trick for Paddy Parke's side, while Rich Tolliday fired in their other two goals.

Paxton and Ethan Ingle were Pier's star men.

Joe D'Angelo and Shaun Dolan bagged for Ayton, while James Day was their man of the match.

Valley romped to an 8-1 win against Castle Tavern in Division Two.

Tavern went ahead through Mark Craven's goal but Valley skipper Brad Marshall smashed in a hat-trick and Neil Forsyth hit two as Valley got back on top of the contest.

Valley's other goals came via a quickfire Adam Hartmann double and Paul Nuttall's header.

Marshall was man of the match for the victors, while James Galashan shone for Tavern.

Angel Reserves beat Radio Scarborough 4-1.

Wing-back Steven Whitaker hit two for the victors, with their other goals coming from Ryan Somers and Lyall Carter.

Shaun Outhart and Whitaker stood out for Angel.