SUNDAY LEAGUE: Ten-man Traf ease past Castle

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Trafalgar and Newlands both cruised to wins in the Kenward Cup, while West Pier won on the road at Filey Flyers in division one.


CASTLE 2 TRAFALGAR 7 (Dove 3, Thomas, Ramm, Smith, Logan)

Man of the match Chris Dove fired 10-man Trafalgar to a comfortable 7-2 win against Castle in the Kenward Cup.

Neil Thomas smashed in a 45-yard thunderbolt and their were also goals for Steve Smith, Joel Ramm and Billy Logan as Liam Salt’s depleted side cruised into the next round.

Reserve team joint manager Col Jenkinson also put in a starring role in Traf’s midfield.

CAYTON 2 NEWLANDS 11 (Bates 4, Hakings 3, McCoubrey 3, Mintoft)

Newlands’ hunt for silverware carries on after they hammered Cayton 11-2 to move into the next round.

Forward players Stu Bates and Drew McCoubrey were in form as they bagged four and three respectively, while Josh Hakings also netted a hat-trick,

The scoring was rounded-off by a 30-yard strike from Jordan Mintoft, who was named as the victor’s man of the match.

TENNYSON 3 (Anderson 2, Ferrey) KLOSTERS 0

Billy Johnson’s Tennyson got the better of the second half exchanges to beat a depleted Klosters side 3-0.

The home side had to wait until the 50th minute to open the scoring, Mikey Anderson cutting in from the right and smashing in.

Anderson was at it again on 75 minutes, his effort from the edge of the box making it 2-0.

A typically composed effort from Martyn Ferrey moments later made sure of the win for Tennyson.

Klosters’ keeper Liam Vasey was their star man as he made a string of decent stops.

WEST PIER RESERVES 1 (A Sheader) FYLINGDALES 10 (Faichney 3, Heyes 3, Watson, Waterfield, Peel, Gray)

Fylingdales managed to take their tally into double figures as they breezed past West Pier Reserves.

There were trebles for former Whitby Town man Jake Faichney and Barry Heyes, while there were also goals for skipper Tommy Gray, Paul Watson, Lewis Peel and Mark Waterfield.

Andy Sheader netted Pier’s consolation strike, but the home side were never in the contest after conceding early goals and never recovering.

TENNYSON RESERVES 3 (Goodsworth 2, Sunter) AYTON 2 (Friett 2)

Ayton were left fuming at referee Damian O’Leary after they threw away a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 at Tennyson Reserves.

Two strikes from Kieran Friett gave Mark Plumpton’s men a 2-0 lead at half-time.

Things didn’t go their way after the break though. Their lead was halved as a contentious free-kick was fired in by Joe Sunter.

Two minutes later O’Leary was at the centre of attention again as he gave what Ayton believed was a soft penalty and Ryan Goodsworth fired it in to level matters up.

The game was sewn up when Goodsworth netted again on 80 minutes, but Ayton had chances to hit back but were wasteful in front of goal.


Mark Jackson’s Whitby Wanderers survived a spirited fightback from Newlands Reserves to win 4-3.

They led 4-1 at half-time, two goals coming from the prolific Mike Kilpatrick, who also missed from the penalty spot.

Andrew Marshall curled in the goal of the the game with a precise free-kick and an unfortunate own goal gave Whitby the advantage.

Newlands showed great determination after the break despite playing with 10 men, and they managed to get to within one goal of their hosts, but couldn’t quite net the leveller.



Paddy Parke’s West Pier side eased to a 4-1 win at a depleted Filey Flyers side.

Pier led 3-0 at half-time before Ben Briggs headed in to make it 3-1.

But the away side weren’t to be denied and netted again to make sure of the points.


TRAFALGAR RESERVES 8 (Pinder 3, A Wray 2, J Wray, Henderson, Shaw) ALMA 0

Trafalgar Reserves’ impressive season continued as they hammered Alma.

Jack Pinder banged in three for Andy Noon and Col Jenkinson’s men, while Al Wray bagged a brace.

There were also goals for Wayne Shaw, Kurtis Henderson and Jamie Wray, while Dave Bates was named as their man of the match.

HESLERTON 1 ANGEL 2 (Matson, Galway)

Bob Fairline’s Angel side battled to a 2-1 win on the road at Heslerton.

Goals from man of the match Dave Galway and Ryan Matson handed them the maximum points.


Commercial were made to work a lot harder for their three points by a Fylingdales Reserves side who lost their corresponding fixture 13-0 a few weeks ago.

Geoff Osguthorpe’s men ended up 2-0 winners this time around.