A CONVINCING 64-0 victory was Malton & Norton Under-14s' reward for a comprehensive performance against visitors Scarborough.

Pace out wide was the key and Lawrence Blade's four tries and a hat-trick from Jack Villa-Fordon overwhelmed the Seasiders' defence.

Malton's new front row gave them the edge in the scrums and momentum in the loose, which enabled Joe Browne and George Austin-Thompson to gallop over the whitewash.

Conversions were shared between Archie Johnson and Matthew Jefferson. In the second half, man of the match Rhys Bailey scored the try of the match with a dummy, a shimmy and a dash to the posts from twenty metres out.

A runners up spot in the East Yorkshire festival, at Driffield, has snared a Yorkshire Cup spot for Malton & Norton U12s. They started strongly against Hullensians - two scores for Saimone Tobeyaweni helping them to a 4-2 victory.

Malton then started strongly against Beverley in their second match and tries from Tobeyaweni (2), Conor Saxby, Alastair Keen and Guy Scothern saw them power through 5-0.

They turned on the style, in a physical game, against Driffield as Tobeyaweni and Saxby scored in a 2-1 win.

That secured another clash with Hullensians but, this time, they were tested to the limit and went down 4-0.

Malton & Norton U11s also grabbed a Yorkshire Cup berth with their own runners-up performance in the East Yorkshire Festival.

They scored six tries in the opening game against Driffield with Jonty Caukwell getting a brace and Jake Edgar, George Baldwin and Jack Towler also getting in on the act. Driffield were whitewashed.

The second game with Goole ended in a 2-2 draw, Baldwin and Edgar giving them a half-time lead before their opponents fought back. They were still winners of Group A and played Pocklington in the last four.

They enjoyed a great start, with Towler scoring in the first minute of the game.Good tackling and defence from both teams made the rest of the game equally matched until Presley Carr broke through to seal a 2-0 victory.

Malton played Hull Ionians in the final but lost a tough match 4-0.

Malton & Norton U10s began their East Yorkshire Festival with a 4-2 victory over Goole. Matthew Saxby, the day's captain, crossed twice with Max Bradshaw and Edward Frank getting the other scores.

Saxby was on the mark again in the second match against Pocklington Blues but Malton lost 2-1 and a physical Hull Ionians gained a 6-1 win in the third game - Robert Knaggs scoring a late consolation.