JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Drury hat-trick helps Seamer to 3-1 win

FC Seamer Juniors' Under-14s unbeaten start to the season in the Hull Boys Sunday Football League continued with a 3-1 victory over Elloughton Blackburn.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 9th February 2017, 9:28 am
Updated Tuesday, 28th February 2017, 11:36 am
Junior football
Junior football

Blake Drury gave Seamer a deserved lead with a well-struck free-kick leaving the keeper with no chance.

Elloughton started to apply pressure in search of an equaliser, but resolute defending from the home side kept the visitors out.

Seamer took control of the game when Drury hit his second after a neat build-up.

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Elloughton came out for the second half determined to get back in the game and were soon awarded a free-kick that forced keeper Alex Chapman to make a fine save.

Further chances for Seamer were created with an Aiden Crawford shot bringing out a great save from the visitors keeper when he was through on goal, before Drury sealed the game with his and Seamer’s third.

Elloughton grabbed a late consolation goal at the end but it was Seamer’s day after a hard-fought encounter.

Scalby Under-14s beat Scholes Park Raiders 11-4 in their Scarborough & District Minor League encounter.

The Otters raced into a 5-0 lead against Scholes with Owen Lambert scoring after 20 seconds and adding another later on, Reuben Staveley grabbing two and Oliver Backhouse tapping home from a corner.

Scholes pulled three goals back to make it an exciting first half, man of the match Marshall Nock getting two and Joel Daniel adding one.

In the second half, man of the match Lambert completed his hat-trick, as did Staveley, before Daniel got his second and deserved goal for Scholes.

Solid centre-back Eddy Hopper scored a goal for the Otters, as did captain Ted Edwards.

Kai Wood tapped home and an own goal completed the 11-4 victory for Scalby to keep the pressure on Seamer and Whitby at the top of the table.

Ayton Under-12s returned to winning ways against a very good Phoenix Colts side.

On-fire Mike Cairns netted five for the village side, with two excellent solo runs and three well-placed shots.

Phoenix hit back,grabbing three good goals, but Ayton’s Owen Mansell scored following excellent work out wide.

Colts battled back yet again, testing TJ Bateman in the Ayton net, who was wide awake to the opposition.

Super-sub Isaac Jones scored his maiden goal for the club to end the first half .

Jack Gibson fought hard and finished neatly twice, with Ayton captain Keane Knowles playing an excellent midfield role, assisting five goals and scoring two himself .

The Phoenix keeper pulled off a super save to keep Cairns out in the last minute but the damage was already done.

Scholes Park Under-12s were very quick off the mark, scoring in the first few seconds in their game against Pickering JFC.

Raiders caught Pickering off guard with the ball being passed to Reuben Hartley, who slotted the ball into the back of the net.

Another goal soon materialised when Coby Rowe took the score to 2-0.

A Pickering player brought Harley Adams down in the box which resulted in a penalty, Adams scoring it himself to take the score to 3-0.

Hartley’s second took the scoreline to 4-0 and then shortly before half-time Rowe headed the ball into the back of the net to make it 5-0.

A further four goals game in the second half from Harley Adams, Charlie Doubtfire-Langfield and two from Sam Hampton.

Credit to Pickering, who never gave up.

Cayton Under-10s travelled to Thornton-le-Dale for two hard-fought games.

Cayton dominated early on and were rewarded with a goal from Jordan Fergus with a great low strike, assisted by Harley Sloan.

There was some great football played by both teams with player of the match Connor Webster controlling things in midfield.

Dale came back into it after half-time and soon scored an equaliser.

There were some great defensive performances from Nathan Horrock, Geo Penfold, Jack Peacock and keeper Jay Shah, who made some great saves, as the first game ended 1-1.

Cayton dominated the second game with another solid first half, which saw a well-worked goal from Joseph Southwick, assisted by Liam Short.

This continued into the second half with some great runs down the flanks from captain Harry Southwick and Bobby Rainton.

It wasn’t long before Webster scored Cayton’s second, and shortly after, the lively Fergus scored his second of the day with a confident strike and finish of a convincing win for Cayton.

Heslerton Under-10s travelled to Hunmanby.

For the second week running a cruel deflection saw the away team go a goal down, but Ryan Sellers levelled after the break.

Despite the Blues’ best efforts, a winner couldn’t be found.

Game two saw strikes from Sellers, another unfortunate own goal and a fine solo effort from Charlie Swiers to secure victory for the away team.

Scalby Otters Under-Nines visited Seamer Sharks with both sides contributing to two evenly-matched contests.

In game one the Sharks struck first with an early goal before the Otters levelled with a fine strike from James Hutchinson.

In the second half Seamer once again took the lead until Alfie Thompson scored with a powerful header from Leo Emms’ left-wing cross.

Seamer scored with the last kick of the game to claim the win.

Ollie Edmonds opened the scoring for the Otters in game two with a trademark long-range shot.

The visitors’ second goal came when Leo Emms hit the ball into the top-left corner from distance.

A fantastic team performance by the Otters was capped by further goals from Max Wilson and Lucas Cooper.

Heslerton Pirates Under-Nines visited Heslerton Buccaneers for derby day.

Two goals from Malachey Kendrew and one from man of the match Kai Wilson were enough for a Pirates victory in game one.

Game two again saw Kendrew score along with Oliver Dade, but Pirates lost out in a five-goal thriller Oscar Webb was man of match for Pirates.

Heslerton Under-Eights Hedgehogs took on Eastfield.

The first match was a great game and a fantastic performance from the Hedgehogs.

Goals from Dylan Oxendale, Noah Johnson and Jamie Moss were enough for Heslerton to claim a the win.

The second match was another great game with some attractive football and it finished with goals from Oxendale, Johnson, Luke Allardice and Moss, which were once