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Scarborough & District Football League round-up
3:05pm Wednesday 23rd October 2013 in Sport
There were no shocks in the first round of the Scarborough & District League Cup.
Holders Filey Town won 3-0 at Seamer Sports. Liam Sugden headed them ahead following good work by Lee Cappleman, and Scott Sheldon and Lalan Flynn sealed their progress after Seamer’s Jake Moore was sent off.
Newlands Park, the current first division leaders, saw off Rosette with goals by Dan Freer (3), Billy Logan (2), Chris Dove and Josh Hakings.
Edgehill won 5-2 at second division Scalby.
A rare Danny Gregory goal put Scalby ahead but Aaron Jenking (2), Danny Collins and Liam Cooper put Edgehill in command before the impressive Gregory netted a second. Alec Coulson restored Edgehill’s three-goal advantage.
West Pier won 6-1 at Falsgrave reserves with goals by Gareth Sygroves (3), Neil Thomas, Sam Garnett and Paul Provins.
A Kris Tate hat-trick saw Eastfield St James draw 3-3 with Westover Wasps – Eastfield winning the penalty shoot-out 3-2.
Whitby Fishermen beat Ryedale Sports Club 4-2.
Peter Skaife put Whitby ahead and, although Adam Hornby equalised after good work by Robbie Preston, the Fishermen took a 3-1 lead through Neil Hart (2) and James Armstrong before Jack Hall scored a late Ryedale consolation.
Elsewhere, Whitby RUFC beat Falsgrave 4-2 and Ayton defeated Hunmanby United 1-0.
In the League Trophy, Commercial won 3-0 at Cayton Corinthians reserves thanks to goals by Keegan Barston (2) and Jackson Jowett.
Second division leaders Sleights dropped vital league points when they were held 2-2 at fourth-placed Newlands Park reserves.
Ben Watson put Sleights ahead but Newlands equalised and then took the lead before Mark McCarthy at least earned the visitors a share of the spoils.
Second-placed Edgehill reserves maintained their 100 per cent record by beating Flixton 3-2.
Dan Jones put Edgehill ahead with a penalty and, although goals by Richard Garton and Luke Midgley turned things around for Flixton, Liam Cummings equalised with an unstoppable free kick before John-Paul Watson bagged a late winner – against his former Club.
In division three, West Pier reserves beat Ayton reserves 4-3, while Scalby reserves impressed in winning 2-1 at Sleights reserves thanks to goals by Richard Brice and Nicholas Turley.
In the outstanding Scarborough & District FA Junior Cup second round tie, United Sports Bar beat Cayton Corinthians 3-1, with Terence Breckon, Liam Vasey and former Pickering Town favourite George Rose their marksmen.
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