Sunday League round-up: Division three - Flyers Reserves run riot

Filey's Joe Gage (dark blue) scored four in their 10-0 win
Filey's Joe Gage (dark blue) scored four in their 10-0 win

The Gage brothers, Joe and Max, were on top form as they fired Filey Flyers Reserves to a 10-0 victory against West Riding Reserves.

West Riding Reserves 0 Filey Flyers Reserves 10 (J Gage 4, Keeble 3, M Gage 2, Briggs)

Joe Gage netted four times as Filey Flyers Reserves smashed 10 goals past West Riding Reserves in a game they led 5-0 by half-time.

Gage was joined on the scoresheet by Jonny Keeble who registered a hat-trick, brother Max Gage, who bagged a brace, and Brad Briggs.

Right-winger Keeble was picked out as Filey’s man of the match after an impressive display.

Cayton 6 (Dennis 2, Holden, McAleese, Rennison, Davison) Scarborough Sports 1

Cayton romped to a comfortable home victory over Scarborough Sports.

Michael Dennis and Harry Holden netted in the opening period to send Cayton into half-time two goals to the good.

Dennis was on target again in the second half as were Shaun Rennison, Jake McAleese and man of the match Scott Davison.

McAleese’s goal was the pick of the bunch as he picked out the top corner of the Sports net from 30 yards out.

Newlands Reserves 2 Commercial 3 (Pickard, Thickett, Fowler (pen))

Commercial twice came from behind to beat Newlands Reserves 3-2.

Phil Pickard’s speculative strike from inside his own half drew Commercial level after they had gone a goal down early on.

Newlands regained the lead but Adam Thickett headed in following a goalkeeping error to get Geoff Osguthorpe’s men back on terms once again.

With just 10 minutes remaining, Mike Clarke was brought down in the Newlands box and from the resulting spot-kick Jamie Fowler scored what proved to be the game’s decisive goal.

Whitby Wanderers 8 (Brown 4, Ross 2, Landers 2) Alma 2

Dan Brown was the star of the show as Whitby Wanderers produced an impressive attacking display to see off Alma.

Brown had Wanderers ahead before the visitors recovered to take a 2-1 lead.

However, Alma’s joy was short lived as Brown scored from inside the centre circle straight from the re-start which followed the away side’s second goal.

Mark Jackson’s Wanderers never looked back and they reclaimed the ascendancy before half-time when Steven Ross struck.

Brown added another two goals after the break, Jimmy Landers also struck twice and Ross notched his second of the game.

Midfielder Brown was the Whitby side’s man of the match.