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Football: Ryedale second string storm through in cup
3:23pm Wednesday 17th October 2012 in Sport
Ryedale Sports Club Reserves stormed into the third round of the Scarborough & District FA Junior Cup with an 8-2 win over Cayton Corinthians.
The Beckett League second division side took the lead after nine minutes when Jamie Fewster followed up after Matty Gardner’s shot was blocked, and further first-half goals followed from Ryan Boyes, Marc Dobson, Gardner and a second for man-of-the-match Fewster.
Zak Hanson scored in each half for Scarborough & District League third division outfit Cayton but Ryedale added to their tally through Alex Ibbotson, Boyes and Dobson.
Ryedale’s reward is a home third round clash with holders Loftus Athletic, who won 5-1 at Kirkdale United with braces by man-of-the-match Stuart Oswald, his second a penalty, and Joe Beedle (2), plus a Barry Hume strike. Jamie Harper scored for Kirkdale.
Old Malton Reserves impressed in beating Westover Wasps Reserves 6-1 with goals by Adam Newall (2), Dean Clarkson (2), Richard Cass and an own goal. Sean Hope scored for the home side.
In the next round Old Malton Reserves will host Flixton, the leaders of the Scarborough & District League second division, who beat Sinnington 4-3 on penalties after a great game had ended 2-2.
Flixton took an early lead through Keith Skelton and later went ahead though substitute James Hughes, but Robbie Preston and David Wilkinson bagged equalisers for the Sinners, who also had two goals disallowed for offside.
The upset of the round saw Goldsborough United lose 3-1 at home to Athletico 2B.
A Sam Swift double gave the visitors a two-goal second-half lead. Goldsborough missed a penalty before Mike Dent brought them back into the game but Athletico sealed their progress through Sean Goodwin.
They will next meet Gillamoor, who won 6-5 on penalties at FC Rosette after the game ended 3-3.
Rosette twice took the lead through Prince Asamoah and Tommy Blackburn but needed a Liam Scott goal to force the shoot-out after man-of-the-match Jack Dowson, Scott Simpson, and Paul White had struck for Gills.
All 10 opening penalties were scored – Daryl Rivis, Luke Tateson, Sam Appleton, Shaun Walker and Simpson on target for Gillamoor, and Alex Rae, Wayne Shaw, Karim Benfield, Blackburn and Scott for Rosette. In sudden death, Shaun Clarke scored for Gillamoor, before Liam Buchan blazed his effort over the bar.
Lealholm beat Rosedale 9-3 despite playing for 70 minutes a man down after Ben Crooks was sent off.
Crooks had opened the goalscoring with Jack Boddy doubling the Lealholm lead before Martin Foxton and, after Lealholm went to 10 men, Tom Bell levelled things, Bell’s goal being the pick of the game.
Lealholm then hit three goals in five minutes by Mike Knight and Sam Crooks (2) to lead 5-2 at the interval, and Mike Thompson (2), Andrew Raw and Crooks – completing his first hat-trick of the season – added goals after the interval. Stuart Dowson bagged a consolation for Rosedale, for whom Andy Kennedy shone.
Lealholm will entertain Slingsby in the third round.
Lingdale United beat Falsgrave Reserves 4-1 with goals by Shane Breckon (2), Josh Mitchell and Adam Preston.
Edgehill Reserves beat Sleights 5-3, with goals by Tom Scales (2), Jon Cairns (2) and Martyn Ferrey. The Sleights marksmen were Mak McCarthy, Ben Watson and Ian Smith, with a penalty.
Snainton crashed 6-1 to competition debutants Brotton RA, for whom Carl Fletcher (2), Paul Agar (2), Mark Smith and Craig Omerod were on target. Leigh Watson scored for Snainton. Brotton will entertain Kirkbymoorside Reserves or Bagby & Balk in the third round.