Sunday League: Fryirs on fire as Klosters ease to Dales success

Rhys Howell's Klosters, who beat Fylingdales 5-2 in division one tonight. Picture: Steve Lilly Photography
Rhys Howell's Klosters, who beat Fylingdales 5-2 in division one tonight. Picture: Steve Lilly Photography

Rhys Howell’s Klosters won on the road at Fylingdales, while Trafalgar continued their good start to the season with a 6-1 win against Tennyson and Itis Itis struck late at Roscoes Bar to collect three points.

FYLINGDALES 2 (Waterfield, Forde) KLOSTERS 5 (Fryirs 2, Wardell, L Vasey, Garnett)

Rhys Howell’s Klosters side sealed maximum points from their potentially tricky trip to Fylingdales.

It seemed The Blue Pigs were flying away with it as they cruised into a 2-0 lead, Andy Wardell rounding off a neat team move before Neil Fryirs struck a sweet strike into the bottom corner.

The away side switched off momentarily though and Dales struck, first Mark Waterfield’s stunning free-kick found the top corner before Simon Forde rammed in to equalise.

Klosters weren’t to be denied though and man of the match Fryirs ensured they re-took the lead, curling in a super free-kick to cap off a brilliant individual performance and put his side 3-2 up.

Industrious midfielder Sam Garnett then slid in after finding himself one-on-one with the Fylingdales keeper for 4-2, before the home side’s stopper had a moment of madness, kicking out at Klosters’ Tommy Walker before rolling straight to Liam Vasey, who made no mistake in rounding off the scoring at 5-2.

TENNYSON 1 TRAFALGAR 6 (Logan 4, N Thomas, Hegarty)

Trafalgar maintained their unblemished start to the defence of their title with a 6-1 win at promoted Tennyson.

Billy Logan was in fine form in front of goal as he smashed in four, while there were goals for Nick Hegarty and Neil Thomas.

Gary Jordan was Traf’s star man on the night.

ROSCOES BAR 2 (Farrah 2) ITIS ITIS 3 (Linley, Marton, Spurr)

Itis Itis bounced back from a goal down to beat Roscoes Bar 3-2.

Graeme Farrah bagged two as Roscoes took the lead, but goals from Carl Marton and Elliott Spurr put the away side 2-1 up.

Farrah bagged to ensure the sides went in level at the break, but a last-gasp effort from Adam Linley handed the win to Itis Itis.

Roscoes boss Lee Paterson singled out right-back Dan Pickard as his side’s man of the match.