Saturday League; Division three round-up - Pier Reserves make it two from two

Liam Vasey gets on the ball for FC Soba in their win at Falgrave Reserves last night. PICTURES BY STEVE LILLY.
Liam Vasey gets on the ball for FC Soba in their win at Falgrave Reserves last night. PICTURES BY STEVE LILLY.

There were some enthralling fixtures played out in division three of the Scarborough News Saturday League last night.




West Pier Reserves 6 (S Garnett 2, Lee, Crawford, Scotter, Spivey) Ayton Reserves 0

West Pier Reserves made it two wins in succession with a 6-0 home victory over Ayton Reserves.

The hosts got off to a flying start with Jamie Lee and player-boss Dave Crawford registering inside the first 10 minutes.

Pier’s man of the match Sam Garnett added two goals from midfield and Jamie Scotter and Kyle Spivey also got their names on the scoresheet in a one-sided affair.

Athletico 2B 4 (B David 2, Goodwin, Andrews) Scalby Reserves 1 (Simpson)

Athletico 2B were another side who made it two wins from their opening two games with a 4-1 win over Scalby Reserves.

A Ben David double and a Shaun Goodwin effort had the new boys 3-0 up by the break and in complete control.

Things went from bad to worse for Scalby when centre-half Karl Hansell was shown a straight red card for a professional foul just 10 minutes into the second half.

Dean Andrews added a fourth for the hosts in the 70th minute before Richard Simpson pulled a goal back for John Hartley’s side late on with an audacious lob.

Falsgrave Reserves 0 Soba 4 (Buckross, Vasey, Surry, Barnes)

Soba bounced back from their opening day defeat to Athletico 2B with a comfortable 4-0 win at Falsgrave Reserves.

Shaun Buckross and Liam Vasey struck before the interval to send Soba in 2-0 up at half-time.

Kyle Surry and Nathan Barnes got in on the act in the second period to seal the points for Mike Keld’s men.

Central midfielder Liam Vasey was Soba’s star performer.

Seamer Reserves 2 Westover Reserves 2 (Hannam 2)

Eddie McKenzie’s Westover Wasps Reserves side picked up their first point of the new campaign with after they twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with Seamer Reserves.

Chris Hannam struck twice for the Wasps, his goals coming either side of the half-time interval.

Left-back Mark Bean was Westover’s man of the match.

Sleights 4 Whitby RFC 1

In the Whitby derby Sleights emerged from their clash with Whitby RFC with local bragging rights after a 4-1 success at Caedmon School.