SUNDAY LEAGUE: Andrews smashes last gasp winner as Hush silence Dales

Newlands' Dave Wedge is challenged by a Castle Tavern man. Picture by Steve Lilly.
Newlands' Dave Wedge is challenged by a Castle Tavern man. Picture by Steve Lilly.

Dean Andrews smashed in a last-minute winner for Hush in their 11-goal thriller at Fylingdales Reserves in the Kenward Cup.

Dales held a 5-3 lead with just 10 minutes left on the clock, their goals coming via Lewis Peel, Nick Craven, Simon Forde, Rikki Roach and man of the match Sam Russell.

Hush weren't to be denied the win though, and after a hat-trick from their star man Zac Hansen and goals from Ryan Collings and Ryan Link, Andrews completed the remarkable turnaround with a 35-yard thunderbolt to seal the points for Dan Sheader's side.

Angel Reserves claimed a deserved victory as they beat Ayton Reserves 3-1 in the Goalsports Trophy.

Josh Dolan, Aiden Thurston and Ryan Somers found the back of the net for Macauley Riley's side, while Marcus Mockridge claimed the man of the match honours.

Luke Chambers netted Ayton's solitary goal, while Nathan Sutherland was their man of the match.

Newlands Reserves battled to a 2-1 win against Castle Tavern in testing conditions in their Division Two encounter.

Tavern took the lead through Ben Lilley but a superb strike from Callum O'Keefe levelled the game up.

The turnaround was complete for the young Newlands side when Lee McLaughlin scored the matchwinning goal in the last minute.

Dave Wedge impressed for Park, but Jack Hakings sealed the man of the match honours.

Finn McCusker was man of the match for Tavern, for whom James Galashan and Tom Hickin also impressed.

Radio Scarborough were in form in front of goal as they thumped Golden Last 12-1.

Star man Dane Robinson hammered in five goals for Keith Savage's side.

Elliot Binder and George Hirst hit a brace apiece and their scoring was wrapped up through strikes from Shaun McCauley, Damien Foster and an own goal.

In Division One, both Newlands v West Pier and Trafalgar v Angel were called off.

Traf's home pitch at Graham School was unplayable, while Pier failed to raise a side for their game on the road at Newlands.

Roscoes Bar battled to a 6-3 victory at home to 10-man Fylingdales.

Graeme Farrah led the charge for Lee Paterson's side, bagging a brace in their victory.

The other goals came courtesy of Lee Sutton, who capitalised on a goalkeeping error, Dave Millington and Tom Allen.

Roscoes' Raul Aldea also saw his penalty well-saved by Dales' player-boss Jamie Wassal.

Fylingdales' goals came courtesy of a Ste Ross hat-trick.