Marshall Nock was the star of the show as Scholes Park Raiders Under-14s dominated their game against Newlands with a fantastic team display, playing some wonderful football and creating numerous chances.
Stars of the show for Scholes Park Raiders were Nock, who netted six and Joel Daniels, who added a hat-trick as Newlands struggled to keep up with their hosts.
Mattie Roberts, Kai Taylor and Connor Wilcox kept the defence tight and Harry Groombridge and Tom Hutchinson won the midfield battle as the home side ran out comfortable winners.
Seamer Stormers Under-14s continued their fine start to the season with a victory at Hunmanby Juniors.
Hunmanby started brighter and deserved to take an early lead and it would have be 2-0 had it not been for a fine save by stand-in keeper Lewis Mitchell.
Stormers bounced back and levelled the game when Ben Wilson fired home after a direct run and cross from Dannie Hill.
Predatory striker Jamie Hilton made it two after a through-ball from Jack Gomersall split the Hunmanby defence.
A coolly taken free-kick by Hill found the top corner to make if 3-2 and a clever bit of skill to lose his marker by Dan Monkman saw him score the fourth before the break.
A further three goals from Hilton, two from Ben Wilson, Hill and Lewis Mitchell completed the victory.
The teams’ usual keeper Dannie Hill, playing outfield for the game, proved too hot to handle with his bursting runs down the right tormenting the home defence. He was man of the match.
Scalby Under-14s tasted league defeat for the first time in over a year to a strong Whitby Fishermen team.
Scalby took the lead early on through Reuben Staveley, but Whitby equalised straight away.
Whitby then went 2-1 up from a corner but Staveley got his and Scalby’s second of the game to make it 2-2 at half-time.
In a very tight game, Whitby’s left-winger scored two cracking goals in the second half and just did enough to claim a win and all three points.
Scalby entertain Bedale in the North Riding FA Cup this week and hope to bounce back with a win.
Seamer Juniors Under-14s got back to winning ways with a well earned victory away at Flamborough.
The visitors started brightly and were rewarded with an early Lewis Hunter goal.
However, the home side started to create chances of their own and were soon back in the game after a neat move brought an equaliser.
Both sides created further chances but it was Seamer who went into the break with the lead after a cool far post finish from Rio De Freitas.
The second half saw Seamer start to dominate possession and despite some excellent defending from Flamborough, the away side soon extended their lead when De Freitas again popped up to finish a Hunter cross.
Seamer continued to press and following some good build-up play Archie McNaugton released Oliver Jackson down the right wing, who played a neat pass to the edge of the area for Ellis Greatorex to fire a fierce shot into the bottom corner to seal the game.
It was derby day at Sand Lane as Heslerton Juniors Under-14s took on Heslerton Hawks Under-14s.
Juniors took an early lead through Ollie Stanton before Hawks put through their own net.
Second half saw Stanton double his goal tally and strike partner Tyler Green nodded in from a Jade Jefferson corner to continue his goal in every game ratio.
Man of the match for Juniors went to defender Alex Muir while keeper Brad Spiller took the honours for the Hawks with some fine handling.
Heslerton Under-12s returned to winning ways with a 6-1 home win over Barrowcliff.
The home side played some excellent flowing football from the off, creating multiple chances and deservedly led 2-1 at half-time with goals from Hayden Williamson and Billy Keough.
Heslerton didn’t ease off after the break and continued to create good chances, while keeping a solid defence.
Further goals from Williamson, man of the match Joe Pearce, Dylan Fawcett, and captain Henry Ware sealed a comprehensive victory.
Scholes Park Raiders Under-12s breezed to a 9-0 win against Phoenix FC.
The first 20 minutes saw a hat-trick from Reuben Hartley, which set Scholes well on their way.
A change in the team saw Charlie Doubtfield-Langfield take a shot on goal from a rebound from the goalkeeper, smashing the ball into the back of the net taking the score to 4-0 at half-time.
Second half saw Phoenix’s keeper pull off some fantastic saves and a team pressing for goals, but Scholes continued with their goalscoring form with another five goals coming from a Coby Magson-Rowe treble and strikes from Harley Adams and Jamie Cross.
West Pier Under-16s continued their good form by overpowering Scalby.
Scalby were unlucky not to take an early lead as Eric Hall hit the post after working some space in the box, however once Pier took the lead through Chris Pearson they never looked back.
Two further goals from Ryan Tate sent them into the break at 3-0.
Scalby pulled a goal back through Kieran Regan, however any chance of a comeback was shortlived as Pier scored almost immediately afterwards.
Tate completed his hat trick and goals from Liam Atkinson-Smith, Pearson and Harry Boyack put a real shine on the performance.
Seamer Scorpions Under-Sevens got off to a flying start against Holt, which led to a great solo goal from Jayden Simpson.
Holt hit back with a few goals before Frazer Gautier took a fantastic first-time shot from outside the box that flew into the top corner, giving the keeper no chance.
The whole Seamer team were handed the man of the match for a fantastic effort against a very strong Holt side.
Heslerton Heroes Under-Sevens entertained Seamer with goals from Louie Spencer and Seth Walmsley.
Charlie Driver and Archie Pilmoor both shared the player of the match award.
The second game saw goals galore, with Heroes marksmen Taylor Sims and Keane Welburn scoring.
Captain Lee Cappleman was the player of the match.
Cayton Under-Eights hosted Heslerton Under-Eights Hedgehogs.
Dylan Oxendale smahed in four goals, which was just enough in this tight encounter to win the game.
The second match finished with a goal from Jamie Moss but it wasn’t enough this time against a determined Cayton team.
Parents’ player went to Jamie Moss and man of the match to Dylan Oxendale.
Heslerton Under-Eights Jaguars hosted Brooklyn and put in another much improved performance.
The Jaguars started with Joey Palmer in goal with Owen Ellis, Jack McDougall, Harley Bott and Alfie Rough outfield and looked more than a match for Brooklyn.
The match was close until the end with goals from Bott and Ellis, but Brooklyn ran out winners despite Tia-May Walker, Freddie Lunn, Ryan Cooper and Aaron Walton coming on to add energy to the team.
Heslerton Under-Nines Pirates travelled to Seamer Sharks and put in two battling performances.
A free-kick rifled into the hosts’ net for a half-time lead.
Seamer levelled before Hessy hit the winner to take a hard-earned victory.
Josh Cass was their man of the match.
Two second-half goals from Malachey Kendrew was enough to see Heslerton home in game two, despite going a goal down.
The impressive Alfie Bradbury took man of the match.
Heslerton Under-Nines Buccaneers welcomed FC Seamer.
Oskar Olsen started in goal, Matthew Bannister and Oliver Sim were in defence and Sammy Barber and Warren Stanton took their positions in the middle with William Leeson and Ben Whittaker-Ellis making up the side.
Seamer took an early lead before some great end-to-end football followed.
It was the visitors who added to their lead, while Bannister, Stanton and Leeson all went close.
Man of the match for Heslerton was Sim.
Game two saw Jack Boyes take man of the match.
Ayton Under-10s travelled to Kirkbymoorside and came away with another very good all-round team performance resulting in two goals for Edwyn Elliot-Hobson and the prolific Jack Townsend, seeing them to another good win.
Josh Sharp was named man of the match after a solid defensive display for Ayton.
Heslerton Under-10s made the long journey to face Flamborough.
The home team took a shock lead before the break.
Jake Allardice levelled things up with a 25-yard free-kick and despite the pressure the away team couldn’t find a winner.
Man of the match went to Sellers.
In the second game a fine solo effort from Myles Johnson and a bullet header from Sellers gave the away side victory, despite conceding a late consolation.
Man of the match went to Max Taylor-Barber.
Cayton Under-10s put in two superb performances in both their games against Hunmanby.
Cayton looked solid with two clean-sheets, keeper Jay Shah, who was in superb form, making several great saves.
The first game saw a tight first half with both teams having chances and going close.
A neat close-range finish from Liam Short and a lovely left-foot strike from Joseph Southwick edged the game Cayton’s way.
With some great surging runs being made from Cayton captain Harry Southwick, Hunmanby were struggling to contain their opposition.
In the second game, Cayton took charge and were solid from back to front.
Defenders George Penfold, Jack Peacock and Nathan Horrock put in outstanding performances.
Goals followed, and a man of match performance from the hat-trick hero little Bobby Rainton helped them on their way.
Short notched again and a towering header from Penfold concluded the scoring.