The top teams in Sunday League football were in action in the first round of the Scarborough & District FA Sunday Cup sponsored by Trophy Trader of Scarborough.
West Pier 1 (Fields og) Newlands 4 (Delve 2, Jack Hakings, Bates)
Defending league champions Pier suffered an early exit at the hands of top-flight rivals Newlands at Flixton.
The visitors opened the scoring through Jack Hakings, his 30-yard shot giving the Pier goalie no chance.
Newlands doubled their lead when Luke Delve headed in from a corner-kick.
Delve then smashed in a stunning 30-yard shot on the turn to effectively secure Newlands’ spot in the second round.
After the break an inch-perfect pass from Hughie Brown allowed Stu Bates to slot in a fourth for Newlands.
Pier gained a late consolation thanks to a Kile Fields own goal.
Kristian Johnson was named man of the match for Newlands.
Ayton 3 (Craven 2, Duggen) West Riding Reserves 0
Mark Plumpton’s Ayton side had to work hard for their victory against a determined West Riding Reserves side.
The second division team were steered to victory by a Mark Craven double, while youngster TJ Duggen’s first goal for the club was a storming 30-yard shot.
Nick Craggs was the man of the match for the victors.
West Riding 4 (Sygrove 3, Oxley) Klosters 1 (M Vasey)
Second division West Riding swept aside top-flight in this one-sided encounter.
Gareth Sygrove smashed in a hat-trick for the hosts, with David Oxley completing the scoring for Billy Johnson’s side.
Mark Vasey’s 85th-minute close-range shot was merely a consolation for Rhys Howell’s side.
Johnson said: “We played very well and dominated the game from the kick-off.
“Centre-back Ronnie Cook was our man of the match.”
Trafalgar 1 Cayton Corinthians 0
Traf were forced to battle for their spot in the second round, winning by a single goal against a determined Cayton side, who play in division three and will have been delighted with this display against top-flight opposition.