Saturday League round-up: Division one & cups - Till registers a brace to help Eastfield beat Edgehill while Athletico cause cup shock at Pier

Ayton hold the ball up against Seamer: Picture by Neil Silk  123649a 08/09/12
Ayton hold the ball up against Seamer: Picture by Neil Silk 123649a 08/09/12

Eastfield and Newlands registered wins in division one, while third division Athletico2B stunned first division champions West Pier in the League Cup.


Sat League football'Seamer(yellow/blue) v Ayton'Picture by Neil Silk  123649a'08/09/12

Sat League football'Seamer(yellow/blue) v Ayton'Picture by Neil Silk 123649a'08/09/12

Eastfield St James 4 (Till 2, Dobson, Price) Edgehill 1 (Kapinski)

Edgehill’s poor start to the season continued after they lost out 4-1 at a new-look Eastfield side.

Two goals from Nathan Till with a Cameron Dobson strike sandwiched in between them put Eastfield 3-0 up at half-time.

A Danny Price strike after the break made sure of the points before a Macie Kapinski consolation strike for the away side.

New Eastfield joint-boss Nick Hegarty said: “The lads played well today and deserved the win.

“We’ve got a good side together now. Hopefully we’ll do well.”

Hegarty picked out midfielders Till and Lee Tate out for particular praise after good performances.

Ryedale 1 (Turnbull) Newlands 6 (Townley 3, Bates, Mancrief, Fields)

Newlands sped out of the blocks for the new campaign with a comfortable 6-1 win at Ryedale.

New signing Ashley Townley was the star of the show on his debut with a scintillating hat-trick.

Townley made it 1-0 before Stu Bates doubled their lead.

The goal of the game came as Newlands kept calm and passed to Kile Fields, who didn’t need to take a touch and just volleyed in first time.

Townley’s second had Newlands 4-0 up at the break, and a Paddy Mancrief goal made it five shortly after the turn-around.

Townley then completed his hat-trick to round-off a superb display, before a consolation goal from Ryedale’s man of the match Sam Turnbull.

Seamer 0 Ayton 3 (Roberts 2, Stubbings)

Ayton’s superb start under new boss Steve Roberts continued with a 3-0 success at promoted Seamer.

Player-boss Roberts was in top form in front of goal as he grabbed a brace.

Chris Stubbings netted Ayton’s other goal to secure the three points for the away side.

Filey Town 4 (P Dickens 2, Jenkinson, Sugden) Fishburn Park 1 (Hewison)

Filey Town came back from a goal down to register a comfortable 4-1 win at home to Fishburn Park.

Carl Hewison put Fishburn ahead after 20 minutes after a neat inter-change with Steven Ross.

Filey battled back and a Phil Dickens brace put them 2-1 up at the half-time oranges.

James Jenkinson and Liam Sugden struck in the second half to complete a solid win for Dave Brannan’s men.

Lee Cappleman stood out for Filey Town, while Jamie Lorrains starred for the visitors.


West Pier 3 (D Cooper 2, Hyde) Athletico2B 5 (Goodwin 2, B David, Swift)

West Pier were dumped out of the League Cup at the first hurdle by outside bet Athletico2B.

The division one champions were stunned by the newly-formed division three outfit, managed by Kev David.

Pier found themselves 5-0 down at the interval, doubles from Shaun Goodwin and Sam Swift and a Ben David strike had them in the driving seat.

Pier battled back valiantly after stern words from boss Andy Spivey and a Danny Cooper brace and a goal from Sam Hyde gave them hope.

But David’s men hung on for the win and a superb victory for the division three side.

David said: “I’m chuffed to bits for the lads. We played to a gameplan to keep things simple and keep our shape and it paid off for us.”

Pier boss Spivey added: “We missed a hell of a lot of chances but fair play to them. They were superb in the first half and took their chances well.”

Westover Wasps 2 (Maw, Slinsnik) Hunmanby United 0

Dave Gaddass’ men’s impressive start to the new campaign carried on after they sealed their progression to the next round against Hunmanby United.

Gary Maw profited when he followed up a parry from the visiting goalkeeper to bundle the ball in for 1-0 after half an hour.

Westover had to wait until the 80th minute to get their second when 17-year-old Polish player Jakub Slinsnik curled in from the edge of the area.

Tom Clark was named as Westover’s man of the match for his solid display at the heart of their defence.

Snainton 1 (Watson) Whitby Fishermen’s Society 3 (Raisbeck 2 (1 pen), Brown)

Top-flight Whitby Fishermen saw off the challenge of division two Snainton, emerging victorious by a 3-1 scoreline.

Phil Raisbeck’s tame free-kick found its way past the Snainton keeper in the second minute to hand the Whitby side an early advantage.

There were no more goals before the break but just 10 minutes into the second half Dan Brown scored a great solo goal to increase the visitors’ lead.

Raisbeck notched his second and Fishermens’ third from the penalty spot with 20 minutes remaining after Dan Winspear was felled in the Snainton box.

Leigh Watson’s late volley proved to be little more than a consolation goal for the hosts.


Edgehill Reserves 9 (Ferrey 2, Watson, Scales, Dennis, Prosser, Robinson, Love, Cairns) Seamer Reserves 2 (Morriss 2)

Edgehill hammered nine past Seamer Reserves to seal their place in the hat for the second round draw.

Edgehill were in fine form in front of goal and a Martyn Ferrey brace added to by goals from JP Watson, Tom Scales, Jason Prosser, Damian Robinson, Craig Love and Jon Cairns sealed their comfortable win.

Craig Love was in good form at the heart of the Edgehill midfield.

Ayton 3 (Frederikson, Bywater, Prentice) Scalby 1

Ayton Reserves beat second division Scalby 3-1 to move into the next round.

Steven Frederikson had the home side in front but Scalby were level before half-time.

Danny Bywater came off the bench at half-time and delivered a superb second half display.

His goal had them 2-1 up before Mark Craven wrapped things up at 3-1.

Cory White was Ayton’s man of the match.

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