The Scarborough News
TWO PAGES OF MINOR LEAGUE
UNDER-7S, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s
Cayton Corinthians Cougars
and Kestrels under-eights showed off their new kit in the derby clash at Station Road.
Kestrels manager Ashley Short said: “The two teams gave their all in two good derby matches, and both sets of players gave superb all-round performances.
“Harley Sloan was named as the Kestrels player of the day while Cody Dale was the top player for the Cougars.
“The club would like to thank the sponsors. ExleySmith Electrical provided a new kit and training tops for the Kestrels, while PJ Welding sponsored a new strip for the Cougars and A& L Builders have given the four managers new club polo shirts.”
Heslerton under-sevens caught the eye with a fine performance in their matches against Holt FC Filey.
On a wet morning at Heslerton both teams gave their all.
There were some great tackles from Jamie Moss and Aaron Walton.
Also there was some brilliant link-up play by Luke Allardice, Freddie Lunn and Alfie Lahiff to help the Heslerton goalscorers, who were Owen Ellis, Joey Palmer and Eli Howden.
Heslerton Pirates undereights visited FC Seamer and put in their best performance to date.
They took the lead through an impressive Kai Wilson finish.
Oliver Dade was in superb form in goal for the Pirates, keeping the hosts at bay before they equalised with the last kick of the game to deny
the Pirates a deserved win.
Dade was named man of the match.
Two goals from Malachy Kendrew and one from Jack Smith weren’t enough to give the Pirates a win in game two, while Josh Cass won the man of the match honour for the visitors.
Heslerton under-eights Buccaneers welcomed Eastfield Sports.
They started with Warren Stanton in goal, Oliver Sim and captain Sammy TaylorBarber in defence, while Matthew Bannister and Will Sims were up front.
A lively first half saw two great strikes from hot-shot Bannister.
In the second half Stanton was replaced in goal by Will Leeson.
Seth Adams joined the defence and Ben Whitaker-Ellis moved up front. Stanton, switched into attack, scored a hat-trick and Whitaker-Ellis also joined the scoring.
Game two carried on where game one had left off with another flurry of goals.
Adams was man of the match for some fantastic defensive play.
Heslerton under-nines welcomed Flamborough in a tough battle which could have gone either way.
The home side struck first through man of the match Ethan Sellers before Flamborough equalised.
In the second half and three more fantastic goals from the visitors saw off Heslerton.
In the second game goals from Ryan Sellers, Myles Johnson and man of the match Charlie Swiers, with a hattrick, saw Heslerton comfortably home with a consolation for the visitors.