Newlands Reserves and Whitby Wanderers eased into the quarter-finals of the McCain Cup, while Klosters, Cayton and West Riding Reserves won their league games.
Newlands Reserves 7 (MacDermott 2, Andrews 2, D Sheader, Hope, McHale) Filey Flyers Reserves 2 (Pinder, Keable)
Newlands Reserves booked their place in the quarter-finals of the McCain Cup with this convincing win at home to division three promotion rivals Flyers.
New player-manager Duncan MacDermott scored two goals, as did Dean Andrews, while Sean Hope, Dan Sheader and Connor McHale were also on target for the home side.
James Pinder and Jonny Keable netted Flyers’ two late consolation goals, while Josh Westmorland impressed at centre-back for the visitors.
Alma 0 Whitby Wanderers 11 (Keys 6, Marshall 2, Wilson, Rhucroft, Miller)
Man of the match Jericho Keys hammered in six goals as Wanderers cruised into the quarter-finals of the McCain Cup.
Andre Marshall also scored twice, while Ian Rhucroft, Jack Wilson and Darren MIller also notched for the visitors.
Klosters 5 (M Vasey 3, Wright, Mann og) Strongwood 1 (Purvis)
A Mark Vasey hat-trick steered Klosters to a fine home win against Strongwood.
After a strong start by the visitors, Klosters opened the scoring through an own goal from Chris Mann on 15 minutes.
Mark Vasey then headed in an Andy Wardell cross to double Rhys Howell’s side’s lead, but Luke Purvis gave Strongwood hope with a powerful solo run down the left wing and shot to make it 2-1.
On the stroke of half-time Mark Vasey smashed home a rebound after Neil Fryirs’ shot was parried by Strongwood keeper Chris Garton.
A minute into the second half Mark Vasey completed his hat-trick with avery good individual goal, putting the home side in firm control.
The win was confirmed by Arran Wright’s precise finish from 18 yards.
Howell said: “All 14 players that were used shared the man of the match after this fine display.”
Strongwood chief Steve Mainprize singled out Purvis and Matty Dawson as his best players.
Cayton Corinthians 2 (Collins 2) Commercial 1 (Billington)
Cayton moved up into second spot in the third division table after this hard-earned win against rivals Commercial at Oliver’s Mount.
Hot-shot Danny Collins opened the scoring with a fine break which saw him beat the Commercial keeper after a one-on-one.
Ten minutes into the second half, man of the match Collins was put through again and on this occasion he chipped the goalkeeper.
Dom Billington pulled a goal back for Commercial two minutes from time, but it came too late to save Geoff Osguthorpe’s side.
West Riding Reserves 6 Castle 0