Sunday League round-up: Salt’s men rack up 27 against depleted Strongwood while Barker bags eight in Shakey win

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Trafalgar ran riot against Strongwood as they registered an incredible 27 unanswered goals, while Col Jenkinson’s Shakespeare hammered 12 past West Riding in division two.


TRAFALGAR 27 (L Salt 7, Craig 5, Dodson 5, Hegarty 5, A Sheader pen, Caw, Nock, McGregor, C Hepples) STRONGWOOD 0

Trafalgar player-manager Liam Salt smashed in seven goals as his side racked up 27 unanswered goals against relegation-threatened Strongwood.

Salt’s strikes were boosted by five goals apiece from Dean Craig, Shaun Dodson and Nick Hegarty.

Alex Sheader notched from the penalty spot, while there were goals for Ali Caw, Ricky Nock, Dougie McGregor and Carl Hepples.

Boss Salt paid tribute to their opponents for sticking with their task until after the 70-minute-mark, when the game was abandoned.

Salt said: “They started with 10 men and fair play to them for lasting as long as they did.”


Newlands stay at the summit of the division one table after they edged past a depleted Klosters outfit.

The home side have now won all six of their league games to date after this success, but they were made to work hard for it by Rhys Howell’s men.

Newlands led after 25 minutes, Luke Delve beating the offside trap before lobbing keeper Matty Scott in the Klosters goal.

Scott had to be at his best to keep our Benjamin Luntley, Scott saving smartly from the Scarborough Town hitman.

Klosters improved after the break, but couldn’t find the back of the net, despite gilt-edged chances for Nick Sumpton and Sam Garnett.

Lee Luntley was Klosters’ man of the match at centre-back, while Jordan Mintoft and Michael Wilson played well for Newlands.

FILEY FLYERS 2 (Sugden, Philliskirk) WEST PIER 8 (Wood 4, Speight 3, Midgley)

Paddy Parke’s West Pier side maintain outside hopes of securing the title after they comfortably beat Filey Flyers 8-2.

Travis Wood bagged four goals for his side, while Rob Speight helped himself to a hat-trick.

Luke Midgley netted Pier’s other goal, while Jordan Philliskirk and Liam Sugden were Filey’s goalscorers.

Phil Meads and Chris Ryan stood out for Parke’s men.


SHAKESPEARE 12 (Barker 8, B Logan 2, Patterson 2) WEST RIDING 0

Col Jenkinson’s Shakespeare side look odds-on to win promotion to division one next season after they smashed 12 past West Riding with striker Mikey Barker netting eight of them himself.

Barker’s stunning return was added to by braces from Pickering Town’s Jamie Patterson and Bridlington Town’s Billy Logan.

Boss Jenkinson said: “Credit to West Riding, even at 11-0 down, they still worked hard and kept going.

“Mikey was outstanding for us, he’s brilliant on his day. Jordan Aitken and Josh Sands both played well too.”

TRAFALGAR RESERVES 4 (Aziz 2, Ramm, L Cooper pen) AYTON 1 (Wallace)

Joel Ramm’s Trafalgar Reserves side remain in the title mix-up after a comfortable 4-1 win against struggling Ayton.

Traf led when Liam Cooper slotted in from the spot after Al Wray was fouled in the box.

Their lead was doubled before the break after Cooper fed Wayne Aziz, who finished well.

Aziz grabbed his second after the interval after rounding the keeper to make it 3-0, before Ayton hit back.

But Traf’s win was confirmed after player-boss Ramm rounded the Ayton stopper to finish things off at 4-1.

Bridlington Town man Aziz had a glorious chance to seal his hat-trick, but lost his footing after rounding the keeper and fell over.

Wray and Karim Benfaied stood out for Traf.


Promotion-chasing Fylingdales had to settle for a share of the spoils at home to Itis Itis, but almost ended up with nothing.

Itis Itis lef after 20 minutes, Mark Oldroyd’s free-kick taking a wicked deflection and beating the home keeper.

The home side looked like they were going to suffer defeat until they levelled up in the 80th minute after a melee in the box.

Itis Itis boss Matty Hobson picked out midfielder Oldroyd as his side’s star man.


CAYTON 5 (Collins 2, Holden 2, Davidson) NEWLANDS RESERVES 1 (Andrews)

Cayton’s promotion quest gathered pace after a 5-1 win at home to Newlands Reserves.

They had to come from behind after Dean Andrews netted for Newlands, but Danny Collins was on target with a brace for John Best’s men and youngster Harry Holden also weighed in with two goals.

Scott Davidson bagged Cayton’s other goal, while boss Best singled out Mikey Dennis and Shaun Rennison for particular praise.

CASTLE 1 (Watts) FILEY FLYERS RESERVES 8 (Briggs 3, R Baldry 2, J Hunter, M Hunter, OG)

Filey Flyers Reserves won 8-1 on the road at Castle.

Ben Briggs bagged a hat-trick while Ryan Baldry fired in a brace,

There were also goals for Mikey and Johnny Hunter, while an own goal wrapped things up.

Jack Watts netted Castle’s solitary strike after following up Steve French’s poor penalty, which had been saved.


Mike Clark’s brace helped Geoff Osguthorpe’s Commercial side to a 3-0 win against Scarborough Sports.

Jamie Fowler hit Commercial’s other goal, and their victory margin could have been greater but they missed a host of chances.

Clark and Luke Foster were their stand out performers.


West Riding Reserves moved further away from the bottom two after beating second-bottom Alma 3-1.

Ryan Wood netted for Alma and the score remained at 1-1 until deep into the second half, when the home side netted two goals that sealed the win.