Three Scarborough Ladies FC sides sit proudly at the top of their respective divisions after a bumper November programme.
Last month saw the club’s five teams win eight out of 10 fixtures, scoring 40 goals in the process.
The under-10s, under-13s and under-15s top their tables, but performance of the month goes to the under-14s, for their 14-2 home win over Dunnington.
Molly Sinclair bagged seven goals in the victory to take her tally for the season to 19 in seven matches. Aimee Ireland scored four, with Becky Mallen, Beth Lerigo and Maria Jagger also scoring.
The previous week Sinclair and Mallen scored in a 2-0 win away at Stamford Bridge. The wins keep the side in close proximity to the top two.
The under-10s’ great season continues, and they maintained their 100 per cent record with their fifth win from five games against Brayton Belles.
Ella Davis was the hat-trick hero in the 3-1 win, and she has scored in every game so far, with nine goals in total.
The under-13s top their division after a run of four games without defeat, having not conceded a goal. In November they won 2-0 at home against Fulford, Aimie Swift scoring twice, and 1-0 at Poppleton through a Jas Parkes goal.
The under-15s remain unbeaten and top, following two 6-1 wins in November against Hutton Cranswick at home, and away at Easingwold.
Against Hutton Emily Dowson and Lizzy Alport scored braces, while Chloe Marshall and Ebony Earle also scored.
At Easingwold again Dowson had twice, with Olivia Jenkinson scoring her first two goals of the season. Marshall and an own goal added to the tally.
The under-16s started the month with a 5-3 home win over Ripon City Panthers - scorers were sisters Hannah and Megan Green with two each, and a single strike from Leanne Firth.
The side then went off the rails slightly on the road, losing 1-0 at Scotton, and 11-1 at Poppleton, where Lucy Brown scored.
The club has organised a Christmas social event for players on Sunday December 16.
The bowling and burgers event is £7 per person, and all players and parents are invited to join in the fun.
See team managers for more details and to book a place.