OLD Malton Blues Under-13s suffered penalty pain in the North Riding U13s County Cup quarter-finals - losing at Coulby Newham in a shoot-out.

The Thornaby-based hosts opening the scoring but Malton replied quickly as Patryk Jadczuk was fouled in the box and Joe Matique slotted home the spot-kick.

Lysander Jones, playing out of his position at left-back, then soldiered past the defence and finished smartly for a deserved goal.

Coulby, however, fought back. Joe Barker was kept busy in the Malton goal while Aziz Kirr cleared one shot off the line - before the hosts equalised seconds before the end.

The game went straight to penalties - with Coulby winning on the last spot-kick.

Hannah Green scored twice for Kirkbymoorside U18 Ladies but her side lost 4-2 at South Park Rangers in the York Girls League.

Kirkbymoorside U16s won 5-1 at Stamford Bridge U16s in the York Minor League thanks to goals by Jack Simpson (2), Keelan Simpson, Ryan Mintoft and Chandon Itrburrn.

Girl-of-the-game Nadine Woodhead was outstanding in midfield but her Heslerton U15 Ladies side lost 1-0 at home to Scotton.

Kirkbymoorside U14s travelled to Pickering U14s with only 10 men due to players being away on holiday - but still won 8-0.

Dan Ward led the way with five goals, while James Farrow, Adam Eustace and Jack Edwards also netted.

Heslerton U14s fell 8-0 at Eastfield - though the resilient understrength side kept the scoreboard goalless in the second half with superb performances from Abbey Fredericksen in goal, Jake Jackson at the back, and Josh Algar on the wing.

Striker Harry Ward was also unfortunate not to register on the scoresheet.

Kirkbymoorside U13s won 2-1 at Scalby thanks to goals by Jack Biggins and Jake Edwards-Nutton.

Charlie Richardson, started in goal and later played outfield, was voted man of the match in Heslerton U10s’ game against Burlington.

Jak Dixon was also outstanding in defence in a good team display.

Heslerton U9s lost to Flamborough Vikings despite a goal by battling man-of-the-match Brandon McCann, while Oliver Barnett was unfortunate not to score after a great run and shot.

Goalkeeper Harry Thompson made some excellent saves but could not prevent Heslerton U8s being edged out by Whitby side.

Tommy Palmer was voted man of the match.

Heslerton continued to battle in the second game and scored either side of the break through Jake Allardice and, with a long-range effort, Myles Johnson but Whitby battled back with two strikes of their own. Heslerton U7s returned to action after a two-week lay-off in an excellent game against Hunmanby.

The visitors went into the break a goal up but in the second half Heslerton threw everything into the game and a Warren Stanton corner curled into the goal to earn them a deserved draw.

The second game between the sides was decided by a solitary Heslerton goal by man-of-the-match Robbie Maynard.


•  STRIKER Lewis Saunders was the man of the match and the match-winner as Brooklyn Under-12s edged Bishopthorpe 2-1 in the York & Ryedale Mitchell League.

The victory avenged Brooklyn’s only defeat this season, which came in the League Cup.

They had several chances to take the lead but it was Bishopthorpe who went ahead, via an own goal from a free-kick after a rare excursion into the home half.

Saunders levelled on half-time following a Thomas Davies corner, and it was Davies who also set up the winner.

Following a good move down the right, he laid the ball across to Saunders to thump it home.

Every one of Brooklyn Girls U12s team played their part in one of the most entertaining games this term as they drew 1-1 with league leaders Fulford. Both teams played some excellent football, with Brooklyn taking the lead through midfielder Florence Pegrum and Fulford equalising with a fierce free-kick. Heslerton U12s, with only nine men, battled bravely but suffered a 10-0 Scarborough & District Minor League defeat to Scalby.

Title-chasing Brooklyn U11s Lions bounced back from a disappointing result to trounce hosts Osbaldwick 9-1 in York & Ryedale Mitchell League division two.

Ethan Oakes scored a double-hat-trick, with other goals coming from Matthew Lock, Dylan Dykes and Jay Jackson, while Joe O’Brien was the man of the match.

Heslerton U11s wing-back Logan Craggs curled a late free-kick around the wall and into the net to snatch the Scarborough & District League points in an entertaining 2-1 win at Hunmanby.

The away side had earlier opened the scoring with a stunning strike – Sam Owen flicking the ball over his marker and volleying home from 25 yards.

There were also strong Hessy performances from man-of-the-match Ihsan Eroglu and Tom Owen.