Sunday League: Ayton shock first division Tennyson to book Pier clash

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Mark Plumpton’s Ayton side beat Tennyson 5-4 to move into the next round of the Trophy Trader sponsored Sunday Cup, while there were also big wins for Angel and Cayton.

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Round Two:

TENNYSON 4 AYTON 5 (White 2, Wallace 2, Friett)

Mark Plumpton’s Ayton side booked a third-round clash with West Pier in the the Sunday Cup after they beat first fivision Tennyson 5-4.

Sam Wallace and Cory White put Ayton 2-0 up inside 15 minutes.

Kieran Friett missed a superb opportunity to make it 3-0 and the home side made him pay as a Billy Johnson corner flew straight in before Martyn Ferrey won a penalty and netted the resulting spot-kick.

Ayton re-took the lead after the interval as Wallace bagged his second, but Tennyson hit back again and went into the lead for the first time in the encounter at 4-3, Ferrey netting another penalty in the process.

The away side weren’t to be denied their giant-killing though and Friett made up for his earlier miss by levelling up before White bagged his eighth goal in six games from midfield.

Boss Plumpton picked out centre-back Niall Prentice and young midfielder Marcus Mockridge as his side’s star men.

FILEY FLYERS 3 (Sugden, OG, Brannan Jnr) FYLINGDALES 2

Filey Flyers boss Dave Brannan Jnr kept his cool to net a last-minute penalty and seal his side’s place in the third round after a 3-2 win over Fylingdales.

Fylingdales led 1-0 before Liam Sugden latched on to Ryan Baldry’s flick-on to tap in for 1-1.

A James Pinder cross was then converted unfortunately by a Fylingdales defender to put Flyers 2-1 up.

The away side levelled again, but Brannan Jnr fired in from the spot to seal his side’s win.

Max Gage was their man of the match.

TENNYSON RESERVES 0 KLOSTERS 6 (Brown 2, Sumpton, C Townley, Davies)

Tennyson defended stubbornly and it took Klosters until the a minute before the interval to break through, Mike Brown getting forward from right-back to slot home after Ash Townley’s shot came back off a post.

Brown ventured forward to net the visitors’ second after 55 minutes and Nick Sumpton made it 3-0 with an exquisite curling effort.

Rhys Howell set up strike partner Sam Garnett for the fourth and it was 5-0 when Carl Townley picked out the top corner of the home net from 25 yards.

Gaz Davies tapped home a Garnett cross in the closing stages to round off the scoring.

Defender Brown was Klosters’ man of the match.

HESLERTON 0 WEST PIER 8 (Dobson 4, M Cooper 3, Speight)

Paddy Parke’s West Pier cruised to an 8-0 success at Heslerton with striker Cameron Dobson in fine form.

Dobson netted twice in the first half to put Pier 2-0 up at the break.

The frontman added two more aftyer the break while Martin Cooper bagged a treble to put Pier in total control.

Rob Speight wrapped up the scroing for Parke’s side, the Pier boss picking out Dobson and defender Joe Tiffany as their star men.

COMMERCIAL 8 (Barker 3, Mattla 2, S Bayes, OG, James) ALMA 3

Mike Barker fired in a hat-trick to help Geoff Osguthorpe’s Commercial side to an 8-3 win over Alma.

Barker was joined on the scoresheet by Polish midfielder Matty Mattla, who bagged twice, while Shaun Bayes, Adam James and an own goal rounded-off the scoring for the home side.

Boss Osguthorpe picked out Barker, James and Mattla as his side’s stand-out performers, while he also paid tribute to Alma, who battled throughout in difficult conditions.

CAYTON 9 (Collins 2, Farroh 2, Venner 2, Best, Byerley, Dennis) CASTLE 1

Shaun Rennison’s Cayton side cruised to a 9-1 win against Castle, but they could quite easily have added more to their tally.

Danny Collins, man of the match Gus Farroh and Josh Venner all netted two apiece, while there were also goals for Mikey Dennis, John Best and Dean Byerley.

FYLINGDALES RESERVES 0 ANGEL 9 (Seymour 3, Rose 2, Galway 2, Foley, Buglass)

Bob Farline’s Angel side heaped yet more misery on newly-formed Fylingdales Reserves, who followed their 13-0 defeat at Commercial last weekend with a 9-0 reverse at home.

James Seyour led the Angle charge, bagging a hat-trick in his man of the match performance.

He was joined on the scoresheet by Curtis Rose and Dave Galway, who both bagged braces, while Josh Foley and Liam Buglass also got in on the act.

Boss Farline was a happy man after the clash, praising his side for their dominant performance.


ITIS ITIS 3 (Robinson, Williams, Watson) LONGLANDS 2

Matty Hobson’s Itis Itis side battled back from a 2-0 deficit to beat Longlands 3-2 and advance in the Sunday Challenge Cup.

Jamie Williams halved their deficit before Damian Ribinson hammered in from distance to level matters up.

JP Watson fired in a deflected effort in the last minute to complete the turn-around, but keeper Tom Hicks had to make a brilliant save to deny Longlands equalising at the death.

Robinson was their man of the match.