Scarborough Saturday League Division Two & Cup Reports: Scalby Reserves stun Edgehill Reserves in cup clash
Scalby Reserves stunned Division Two champions Edgehill Reserves to beat them 5-1 in the Scarborough & District FA Junior Cup.
Alec Coulson's charges were dominant in the first half but the hosts defended resolutely to keep them at bay and ensure it was goalless at the break.
A long-range strike from Finlay Marsh deflected in to put the Otters 1-0 up before Jake Moore levelled up for Edgehill.
Sam Foy chipped the visiting keeper for 2-1 before goals from Jack White, George Wilson and veteran Dave Oxley wrapped up a stunning win for Steve Marsh and Jeremy Clifford's side.
Keeper Cameron Anderson was in outstanding form for the victors, while Gary Hepples was Edgehill's star man.
Snainton bagged a last minute winner to seal a dramatic 5-4 win at Eastfield Town in the League Trophy.
Town moved into a 2-0 lead but Snainton battled back to lead 3-2 at the break.
Although Snainton went 4-2 up after half-time, Town fired back and levelled matters up at 4-4.
Andy Holt's side weren't to be denied though and Jack Brown bagged a last-gasp winner to seal the points for Snainton, who had prolific striker Zac Hansen in form again as he bagged a hat-trick, while Liam Mintoft scored their other goal.
Holt was impressed with his entire side for their battling display.
Eastfield Athletic won 5-2 at Goalsports in Division Two.
Dave Leather opened the scoring for Athletic before Mike Grayshan equalised with a 25-yard strike.
Goalsports only had themselves to blame as they fell 3-1 behind, own goals from Dempsey Stubbings and Rob Gilbert putting them behind at the interval.
Billy Bown notched a fine goal after half-time to make it 3-2 and give Mark Plumpton's side hope of a comeback, but any hopes were soon ended thanks to goals from skipper Mark Marsden and debutant Chris Milburn.
Athletic gaffer Andy Thorpe singled out Luke Church as his side's star man after an impressive display in an unfamiliar role at centre-back.
Goalsports' chief Plumpton was less than impressed with his side's performance.
West Pier Reserves won 7-2 against Seamer Reserves.
Aiden Crawford hit a first-half treble and Callum Myers made it 4-0 at the break.
Myers added a second and Terry Day hit two in the second half to seal the 7-2 win, Chris Stubbings hitting both of Seamer’s goals.
Harrie Leighton and Kurt Williamson shone for victors Pier.
FC Rosette and Cayton Athletic kicked off 2020 with a 0-0 draw.
Neither side could find a way through to take the spoils, with Keith Savage Rosette's man of the match and Liam Bare standing out for Cayton.