Scarborough Saturday League: Hunmanby and Scalby share the spoils in top-flight clash
Hunmanby United and Scalby shared the spoils in the only game in Division One.
Player-boss Leigh Franks’ goal had United ahead at the break, but Rob Speight’s second-half strike sealed a share of the spoils for the Otters.
Dan Baldry was Hunmanby’s man of the match, while centre-back Jake Baldwin shone for Scalby.
Seamer Sports Reserves won 4-2 against Cayton Athletic in Division Two.
Despite Connor Myerscough seeing his penalty saved by Athletic keeper Rory Skelton, Seamer took a 2-0 lead courtesy of two goals from Dan Jewitt.
Athletic hit back through a Michael Day brace, but goals from Aaron Holdsworth and Brad Walton guided Seamer to a 4-2 win.
Jewitt and Jamie Hartley were Seamer’s star men, while keeper Skelton stood out for Cayton.
Edgehill Reserves edged to a 2-0 win on the road at Scalby Reserves.
After a goalless first half Alec Coulson’s side took the lead after 55 minutes when Jake Reeves fired in his 21st goal of the season after latching on to Matty Forsyth’s through-ball before rounding the keeper and finishing.
The win was sealed for the away side when Matty Rowley fired in a stunning long-range free-kick after young defender Connor Avison’s was brought down.
Edgehill’s star men were Reuben Staveley, Damien Robinson and Connor Avison.
West Pier Reserves hammered Eastfield Athletic 12-0.
Johnny McGough’s men led 5-0 heading in at the break, Callum Myers and Terry Day both hitting a brace each and Rob Whitehead also finding the back of the net.
Pier’s goalscoring continued into the second half, Myers hammering in a further three goals to take his tally to five for the day, Day bagging a further two for a four-goal haul, Dave Wedge scoring from the penalty spot and Jack Scarborough also getting on the act.
McGough was impressed with his entire side for their impressive performance.
Athletic manager Andy Thorpe handed the man of the match honours to Dave Leather for his superb work-rate throughout a difficult encounter.
Eastfield Town won 6-0 at Goal Sports.
Town led 2-0 at the break before extended their advantage in the second half against a lacklustre Goal Sports side.