Mancrief hits six as Angel hammer Athletic 24-0
Liam Mancrief smashed home six goals as Angel Athletic romped to a 24-0 win in the Scarborough Sunday League at Eastfield Athletic.
Robbie Scarborough, Tom Makin and Joe Tiffany also hammered in a hat-trick apiece, while Macca Riley added a brace.
Lloyd Henderson, Dan Jones, keeper Isaac Sands, Mikey Pickering, Callum Gravestock, Danny Anderson and Ryan Somers also notched, with Ben Mason and Josh Clayton the only Angel players not to get on the scoresheet.
Mancrief and Sands were the star men for Angel.
Trafalgar striker Liam Salt also peppered the Saints goal with six strikes as his side surged to a 17-0 home win, man of the match Jamie Patterson also firing in five.
Tom Greenwood hit a hat-trick for Traf with player-manager Mikey Barker (2) and Ted Edwards also notching.
A Raf Jackow double helped league leaders Valley to a 3-2 win at Cayton Corinthians.
Tyson Stubbings' goal separated the sides at the interval, Jackow doubling the lead after the break before Si Coupland pulled a goal back for the villagers only for Jackow to restore Valley's two-goal lead.
Sub Luke Chambers made it 3-2 but Cayton could not find a leveller.
Man of the match for Cayton was keeper Jamie Taylor, while Marcus Mockridge, who dominated the midfield for Valley, was their star man as they kept up their flawless start to the season.
Newlands also maintained their 100% start to the campaign with a 5-1 success at home to Eastfield United.
Man of the match Rob Whitehead and Brad Rowley scored two apiece, with sub Brad Marshall also on target. Newlands also missed two penalties, Ryan Link firing the first one wide and Rowley denied a hat-trick by a fine save.
Adam Martin scored for United, who battled throughout the game and their man of the match was Scott Ryan, who also made a great sliding goalmouth clearance.
Fylingdales secured a magnificent 7-0 home win against Castle Tavern.
Rhys Kipling, Tom Shrimpton and Dave Smith's double put Dales 4-0 up at the break, Kipling adding another in the second half along with Joe Hutchinson's brace to wrap up the win.
Man of the match for the victors was Sam Russell, while Darren Lang was star man for Tavern.