The Scarborough News
FILO stay top after seeing off rivals Ayton
First In Last Out remain in top spot in Division Two after a hard-earned 3-0 home win against previously unbeaten Ayton.
Lee Brennan opened the scoring for the hosts, the villagers could have levelled from the penalty spot, but Kieran Noble saved Tyson Stubbings’ spot-kick.
Brennan then doubled his side’s lead with a powerful leftfooted strike after a free-flowing move.
Ayton stepped up a gear after the break but FILO defended well and hit the villagers on the break five minutes from time when Phil Raisbeck scored to seal the win.
Dan Brown was the man of the match for FILO after an outstanding performance.
Roscoes Bar continued their revival with a 7-0 home win against Alma.
Tom Allen opened the scoring after collecting a Mark Kenyon pass, and Allen then returned the favour by crossing for Kenyon to volley home from 10 yards.
After the interval, Allen scored two quick goals to complete his hat-trick, then Jamie Wray, making his debut, scored two cracking goals to wrap up the win.
Harry Harman, on as a substitute, scored the seventh with a neat strike through the Alma keeper’s legs.
Gary Hepples and Allen both impressed for the victors.
Curtis Rose smashed in four goals and Danny Glendinning fired a hattrick as Trafalgar Reserves powered to a comfortable 101 home win against Crown
Luke Jones netted a brace for Mikey Barker’s side while a Martyn Ferrey free-kick rounded off the scoring for Traf.
Their man of the match was striker Rose after his clinical finishing.