JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Seamer under-11s maintain fine form at Flamborough

Oliver Jackson (above blue kit) scored Seamer under-11s opener in their win at Flamborough on Sunday. Lewis Hunter scored a couple, Lucas Hastie netted and Oliver Hesketh netted a penalty
Oliver Jackson (above blue kit) scored Seamer under-11s opener in their win at Flamborough on Sunday. Lewis Hunter scored a couple, Lucas Hastie netted and Oliver Hesketh netted a penalty

Seamer under-11s travelled to Flamborough looking to maintain their unbeaten run.

Seamer under-11s started in lightning fashion with midfielder Oliver Jackson opening the scoring with a neat control and finish.

Lewis Hunter and Lucas Hastie were a constant threat with their pace and both were rewarded with a goal apiece before Oliver Hesketh converted a penalty to complete a breathtaking opening 10 minutes for Seamer.

Flamborough then started to get a foothold in the game and created a number of chances either side of halftime, but resolute defending from Sam Reid and Ellis Greatorex kept them at bay.

Hunter scored his second goal of the game to complete the scoring for Seamer.

A special mention goes to Seamer’s Charlie Ionescu and Nathaniel Cawood for their sportsmanship on the day.

Scalby under-16s hammered Scholes Park Raiders 8-0.

The young Otters got off to flying start and scored after three minutes and they were 5-0 up by half-time, before racing to an 8-0 victory.

Scarborough Athletic under-13s produced a superb defiant display to claim a point from a 4-4 draw with AFC Tickton Warriors.

Despite playing with just eight men for the full 70 minutes and going behind four times, the Boro boys gave it their all in a thrilling end-to-end performance to earn a great battling point.

After going a goal down after just five minutes, Boro hit back and levelled the scores with a great finish in the area from Max McNiven.

Tickton then went ahead again only for McNiven to find the net for a second time to make it 2-2 at the break.

The visitors took the lead early in the second half as Boro made a slow start, before a moment of brilliance from Jack Scarborough gave Athletic a third goal.

Scarborough picked the ball up and ran 40 yards down the wing past three defenders before sending over an inch-perfect cross for Blake Drury to head in for 3-3.

There was still time to Tickton to take the lead for a fourth time, but the Boro players did not let their opponents get out of sight.

With 10 minutes to go, Harrie Leighton launched the ball up front where McNiven brought the ball down to shoot in from distance for his hat-trick and a earn a point for the Seadogs from a pulsating encounter.

The Boro boys covered every blade of grass at Snainton on a wide pitch and everyone defended with real grit late on, backed up with some fine work from Alfie Burnett in goal.

The effort put in by all of the Boro players was incredible, with Oliver Pulford, Max Wright, Leighton, Scarborough, McNiven, Drury and Jay Halton all running themselves into the ground to get the draw at the end.

Scalby under-13s beat Scholes Park Raiders 8-4.

Raiders had 10 men for the clash and couldn’t keep Scalby at bay.

Scalby’s Marcus O’Flanagan bagged four goals and Reuben Staveley grabbed a brace, while Tyler Smith and Jake Reeves also scored.

Josh Pickin was their man of the match.

Raiders’ scorers were Aidan Crawford, 2, Bradley Hollingsworth and their man of the match Josh Hepworth also scored.

Newlands Park Raiders under-12s fought back superbly for a 3-3 draw at home to FC Seamer.

The Raiders started one player short and went behind after 15 minutes.

Five minutes later Seamer doubled their lead, but Newlands had made up their numbers by this point and after half-time, substitute Somi Lazim made an immediate impact to make it 2-1 after finishing neatly from Elliott Woodhall’s pass.

Seamer soon restored their two-goal advantage with a goal on the counter-attack, but Raiders again hit back, Ross Pllu this time grabbing the goal.

The turnaround was completed when Pllu headed on for Lazim to level matters up with his second.

Player of the match for Raiders was defender Joey Poulton, who was solid at the back throughout the contest.

Heslerton under-12s edged out Ayton 2-1 in an even contest at Sand Lane.

After early pressure from Athletic, Heslerton struck through a volley from Tom Sellers-Horsley after a Logan Craggs’ corner.

Ayton responded immediately, their forwards forcing debutant keeper Tom Owen into two reflex saves, with Will Maud commanding in the home defence.

In the second half, Owen picked out Brad Spiller with a long kick, allowing the striker to race through for his first of the season.

With pressure mounting, a three-pass move saw Ayton rewarded, but Heslerton hung on for the win.

Heslerton under-nines travelled to face Cayton on the 3G pitch at Scarborough Campus.

A tight game saw Heslerton take the lead through Ryan Sellers but Cayton replied with two quick-fire goals.

Man of the match went to Tommy Palmer.

In the second game Charlie Swiers scored an equaliser, with Rio Howden their man of the match.

Heslerton under-eights Buccaneers travelled to Seamer FC on Sunday.

An entertaining game went the way of Seamer but Heslerton showed great team spirit.

Oliver Sim was in goal, while Edward Stones partnered William Sims in the first half in defence.

They were replaced by Sammy Taylor-Barber, and William Leeson, and they all defended stoutly.

Warren Stanton, Matthew Bannister and Ben Whitaker-Ellis rotated up front.

Whitaker-Ellis scored and Bannister was the man of the match.

Game two was also exciting, Seamer notched twice but Heslerton came close.

Sim took man of the match honours.

Heslerton under-eights Pirates hosted Seamer Sharks.

The hosts put in two great all-round team performances, Kenzie Palliser opening the scoring before a Jack Smith penalty sealed victory after the Sharks equalised.

Oscar Webb was the man of match for the Pirates.

A Malachey Kendrew brace, and one each for Webb, Palliser and Oliver Dade, alongside a four-goal haul for man of match Smith gave the Pirates a win in the second game.

Seamer did grab a late consolation goal in reply.