Heslerton Hounds and West Pier put on top display
Heslerton Hounds Under-Sevens played their first home game against West Pier.
Both teams put on a good display with Pier coming out marginally on top. George Rogers netted for the Hounds.
The Hounds are still on the lookout for players, contact Steve on 07950 253639.
Heslerton Hurricanes Under-Nines played host to Seamer.
Hurricanes scored via a penalty from Chester Driver but Seamer equalised.
Hurricanes pressed with more goals from Driver, man of the match Rory Garnett and Charlie Emmerson saw the Hurricanes victorious.
Heslerton Heroes Under-11s welcomed Eastfield and produced a battling performance against a very impressive, resilient visiting side.
Goals from Keane Welburn, Aaron Cook, Taylor Sims, Oliver Quill, Leo Minchella and Tom Gibson.
Tom also receiving the player of the game for a fantastic performance at left back.
A lacklustre first half again from Heslerton Under-14s saw them trailing 4-0 at the break against a well organised Ayton team.
A much improved Blues pulled a goal back through Rio Howden, finishing brilliantly from the edge of the box but Ayton went on to score again with a long range free-kick.
Tommy Palmer was voted man of the match by his teammates.
Filey Holt Under-12s were at their best to beat Eastfield.
Eastfield took the lead when Ash Gillen raced through and finished but Filey equalised through Tom Richardson.
Richardson then produced a stunning solo goal to put Filey ahead but Gillen equalised after the break.
Kobi Crawford gave Filey the lead when he met Ollie Blackburn’s corner and with time running out Richardson claimed his hat-trick after latching onto a Jay Marsh through-ball and bravely guiding the ball into the net.