Kobi Crawford hit a hat-trick as Filey Holt Under-Nines eased past Seamer Spartans.
Filey produced a scintillating first half display, Archie Barker was too hot to handle, his cross was converted by Crawford for the opener.
Crawford then turned provider for talisman Barker, who made it 2-0.
Holt were relentless in attack and fine skill from Logan Tuck set up Jay Marsh, who hammered home for 3-0.
Seamer pushed on but captain Austin Thompson was solid in defence.
Marsh then played a fantastic through-ball for Barker, who tapped in Filey’s fourth.
Filey went into the break five-up after Crawford’s fine cross found Tuck, who neatly found the net.
The second half was more evenly contested. Filey grabbed a sixth after Barker’s free-kick was deftly flicked home by Tuck.
Seamer pulled one back before Crawford completed his hat-trick.
Filey ran out 7-1 winners with Archie Barker named man of the match.
Heslerton Hedgehogs Under-Nines were away to West Pier.
Some fantastic football from both teams gave all spectators a fantastic game to watch and enjoy.
With a lot of good footwork and brilliant passing, both teams were finding it difficult to break down the opposition’s defence.
Two great volleys and a brilliant free-kick saw some of the best goals this season.
Heslerton goalscorers over both games were Dylan Oxendale, Harley Bott, Eli Howden, Jamie Moss and Luke Allardice.
Man of the match went to Bott and parent’s player went to Allardice.
Heslerton Under-11s produced a superb display against Cayton with multiple strikes from Rio Howden and Mat Moss and further efforts from Harry Richardson, Harry Thompson, Charlie Swiers and Myles Johnson.
Special mention to the Heslerton back line of Lincoln Welburn, Max Taylor-Barber and Warren Stanton, who let nothing past them and were assisted by Jake Allardice in the second half, who slotted into defence and never put a foot wrong.
Credit also to Cayton, who never gave up and scored a deserved late consolation goal.
Man of the match went to Howden.
Newlands Under-14s beat Driffield Leopards 17-1.
The young Newlands side grabbed their 13th straight win, leading 10-0 at the break before extending their advantage into the second half.
Ethan Daley-Smith bagged five to take his tally to nine in two games and Oliver Wilson added six.
Man of the match Scott Wilson added two, with their other goals coming via Mattie Balfour, James Winters, Josh Davis and Chris Fenton.
After late withdrawals, Heslerton Under-14s had to play with 10 men against Hamilton Panthers Blues but still won 3-0.
The greater numbers saw the Panthers dominate the early exchanges but Heslerton rallied, snatching a surprise lead when Sam Owen found Jayden Isaac to neatly chip the home keeper.
Buoyed by their half-time lead, Heslerton fought hard.
The defensive unit of Charlie Richardson, Ihsan Eroglu and Tom Owen were in form.
When goalkeeper Brad Spiller was tested, he twice turning shots round the post when at full stretch.
After repelling the barrage, Heslerton doubled their lead when Isaac nodded in a Tom Horsley corner, but it was left to Ben Robinson to score the goal of the game when his neat footwork opened up an angle to lash the ball past the keeper.
Hat-trick heroes Morgan Kendrew and Ollie Stanton helped Heslerton Under-15s to an emphatic win against Easingwold Town.
Both opened their goal accounts inside 10 minutes and Kendrew was to complete his treble by the interval.
Tyler Green adding to the scoreline in the opening period too with a fine run into the box and finish.
Stanton then hit three on the bounce inside the hour before Roman Butterfield got in on the act with a fine low drive from outside the box.
Easingwold battled hard and their keeper made a string of fine saves before Olaf Mazur added to Heslerton’s tally, set up by Alex Lyall, who was to then score his first goal of the season.
Will Gilbank, the Blues regular keeper, was then deputised by Reece Sleight which allowed Gilbank to score his first goal this campaign before Mazur finished things off.
Heslerton’s man of the match was midfield dynamo Jamie Atkinson.
Good defensive performance by Joey Poulton and captain Elliot Woodall with Jude Mann in goal making some vital saves.