JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Seamer Under-Sevens shine in Eastfield encounter

Seamer Under-Sevens. Picture: Steve Lilly
Seamer Under-Sevens. Picture: Steve Lilly

Seamer Under-Sevens took on Eastfield and showed impressive signs of progression, much to the delight of their coach Robbie Hawkes.

“The team were fantastic,” said Seamer Under-Sevens coach Hawkes after the game against Eastfield.

Eastfield Under-Sevens

Eastfield Under-Sevens

“They did everything I asked of them. We have been working on pass-and-move and everything we’ve worked on went into the game.

“The boys moved the ball around like they’ve been playing years. I couldn’t single a player out as they all played great. I was impressed with how unselfish the players were, squaring the ball across the goal to their teammates to score.”

Heslerton Heroes Under-Sevens entertained a very good Scholes Park team.

Archie Pilmoor and Louie Spencer gave the Blues a half-time lead before Spencer added more along with Pilmoor in the second half. Credit to Scholes Park, who never gave up.

Game two saw Keane Welburn score in the first half with Seth Walmsley adding more before second-half goals from Charlie Driver.

Heslerton Under-Eights Hedgehogs were away to Thornton Dale.

The first match was a fantastic display of football with goals from Dylan Oxendale, Jamie Moss, Luke Allardice, John Mathers and Noah Johnson.

The second match was much tighter but goals from Dylan Oxendale and Eli Howden completed another great performance from the Hedgehogs.

Parents’ and man of the match went to the whole team.

Brooklyn Under-Eights played against Eastfield Under-Eights.

The first half was end-to-end with both teams having chances but ended 0-0 at the break.

Brooklyn came out stronger in the second half and notched up six goals until Jack Wood took the ball from the halfway line to almost 20 yards from goal and beat the Brooklyn keeper to give Eastfield a consolation goal to end it at 6-1 to Brooklyn

Scalby Juniors Under-Nines continued their good start to the season with great performance against Thornton-le-Dale.

Dale battled well before they conceded as Bobby Shanks opened the scoring.

Then doubles from Reece Short and Freddie Kenyon and goals from Brandon Cairns and Shanks’ second put Scalby in control.

The man of the match award went to Kenyon for his accurate passing and two goals.

Heslerton Under-Nines Buccaneers travelled to Whitby with only six players.

Ben Whitaker-Ellis, Warren Stanton, William Leeson, Oliver Sim, Matthew Bannister and Sammy Barber all battled well in the heat.

Barber nearly got his foot to the ball but Leeson was close by to poke the ball home, Bannister came close and Stanton had a shot pushed onto the post.

With no subs the heat took its toll. Early in the second half Whitby equalised before getting a late winner.

Man of the match went to Oliver Sim.

Heslerton Under-Nines Pirates visited West Pier for their first league fixture and a goal up at half-time from a Jack Smith strike.

The Pirates pushed on in the second half with Smith scoring a hat-trick.

Man of the match went Kai Wilson for his all-round effort.

Game two was a close affair with Pier taking the lead before Smith equalised before grabbing the winner after a great team move.

Man of match was shared by Smith and Joss Cass, who defended well.

Heslerton Under-10s travelled to West Pier.

A penalty and a defensive mix up gifted the home team a lead before Charlie Swiers fired home for the blues but to no avail.

Man of the match went to Lincon Welburn.

Goals from Ryan and Ethan Sellers sealed a win for the blues in the second game with Max Taylor-Barber winning man of the match.

Ayton Under-10s beat Flamborough 4-1 with goals from Edwin Elliot-Hobson, Jack Townsend, Jamie Watson and Josh Borrie.

It was a great all-round team performance from Ayton with some great passing and good football played.

Townsend cut in from the touchline and bent a superb shot into the top corner from the edge of box and Borrie finished off a great free-flowing passing move with a first-time finish into the top corner.

Heslerton Under-11s played host Scholes Park on lovely sunny morning.

The home side started very brightly and could have taken the lead with a well-struck shot from Oliver Botterill which forced a good save from the Scholes park Keeper.

This spurred on Scholes Park, who had decent chances to take the lead but Heslerton keeper and man of the match James Chipman pulled off some outstanding saves.

Scholes Park grew stronger and ran out worthy winners.

A new look Ayton Under-12s took on Seamer.

Ayton took an early lead through goals from captain Keane Knowles followed with goals from Mike Cairns, Owen Mansell and Knowles’ second from a fantastic free-kick .

But a hard-working Seamer brought the score level with seconds on the clock, goals from Lewis Hunter, Lucas Hastle and two from Archie McNaughton .

Ayton’s keeper TJ Bateman and Jack McLeod stood out for their side.

Heslerton Under-12s continued their winning start to the season with a 3-1 away win against Pickering Pikes.

The visitors started well, with Billy Keough putting them ahead from close-in.

Goalkeeper and man of the match Ben Peckitt made crucial saves as Pikes rallied, before Sam Snow extended Heslerton’s lead.

The second half was more even, with excellent defensive performances on both sides.

A spectacular 30-yard chip from captain Henry Ware sealed the win, although Pikes scored a consolation late on.

Scarborough Athletic Under-12s were beaten 4-2 on the road at Elloughton Blackburn.

The hosts led 3-0 before Boro battled back and following a long throw-in, Cam MacDonald finished with a composed finish in bottom corner leaving keeper no chance.

Blackburn netted again to make it 4-1 but yet again back came Boro, after the excellent Elloughton keeper made an uncharacteristic mistake clearing the ball, Tyson Greening pounced and a good finish in the bottom corner to make it 4-2.

Scarborough Athletic Under-13s beat Hull United 3-2.

Boro started as the stronger team, passing the ball well and creating plenty of early chances.

After dominating the first 20 minutes a defensive mix-up by Boro allowed a Hull United player to slot home for 1-0.

With five minutes before half-time Scarborough got the equaliser from Oli Hesketh’s lob from the edge of the box.

Hull United made it 2-1 with a good strike into the top corner before Paul Exley’s team continued to press forward and got their reward when Caleb Sheader got to the ball before the keeper to poke through his legs to make it 2-2.

Scarborough kept pushing for the win and with five minutes to go Sheader got his brace with a carbon copy of his first goal to make it 3-2 and clinch the game for Boro.

Heslerton Hawks Under-14s kept up their good start to the season with a 5-2 win against a battling Ayton side.

After early pressure from Athletic, Tom Allan had the first good chance, lobbing the advancing keeper from 30-yards only to see the ball drift wide.

With the game at stalemate, substitute Tom Sellars-Horsley broke the deadlock, racing through to claim the lead for the Hawks.

After the break, Heslerton hit Ayton with an early blitz, Sellars-Horsley claiming his hat-trick and Allan and Ben Flinton chiming in with goals.

Star man was left-winger Finn Bricusse, who pulled the strings for his side.

With game looking over, Ayton responded with a flourish, claiming two goals of their own, to force an exciting finish in a close-fought contest.

Heslerton Juniors Under-14s took the lead in the opening minutes of their game against Scholes Park when captain Joseph Richardson crossed for Roman Butterfield to fire home.

Butterfield then fed Tyler Green to hit Heslerton’s second and after good work from Tom Stockdale, Green grabbed his second and Heslerton’s third Scholes pulled one back before the interval.

Second half saw Jaden Jefferson lob the keeper for the visitors’ fourth, before Scholes took a consolation from the penalty spot.

Scarborough Athletic Under-14s lost 4-0 to Hull United Whites.

In Ayton Under-16s’ opening game, they entertained last season’s champions Flixton in a physical encounter.

Ayton took the lead through a keeper error and sharp follow-up play from Joe Ecclestone.

Flixton pressed the home side, forcing a wonder save from keeper Nathan Monday.

Ayton pressed after this dominated the midfield through Dak Cappleman and Taylor Moulds.

A firm tackle from Andy Burnett and slick ball in from Dylan Medill found Tom MacDonald, who unselfishly put in PJ Drayton for the tap in to put Ayton 2-0 up going into the break .

Flixton came out from the break pushing Ayton deep into their half , with their midfield players taking the battle to their opponents with Will Hutchinson and Harry Cooper causing havoc for the Ayton defence.

A through-ball found Luke Smith to grab one back.

The last 20 minutes were end-to-end with Ayton missing two chances and Flixton hitting the post.

With a minute to go, an Ayton defensive error put Smith in to equalise, Flixton deserving the point .

Ayton’s star men were Dylan Madill and Kieron Coulson.

Pre-season title favourites Phoenix Under-16s got their season off to a good start by overcoming Scalby.

Phoenix opened much the stronger, and Bradley Wood opened the scoring by bundling in a corner at the far post.

The Otters stuck to their task and were rewarded as Eric Hall equalised, curling in a delightful left-foot shot from a tight angle.

Shortly after, Leon Johnson almost finished off a good move, but Charlie Hopper produced a nice save.

Just before half-time a flowing Phoenix move was finished off well by Kane Rennison to take a 2-1 lead into the break.

Phoenix kept up the pressure in the second half and added two more goals from Rennison and Tom Alexander, the first a smart turn and shot into the far corner.

Rhys Holder stood out for the visitors, while defender Lewis Tadman was the Otters’ star man.

Scarborough Athletic Under-15s started their league season with a 4-1 victory away at Sproatley Juniors.

Scarborough took the lead on 10 minutes through George Walmsley, before two from Jaydan Hindle handed Boro a 3-0 lead at the break.

Zam Deans put the result beyond doubt when he added a fine fourth goal midway through the second half before Sproatley hit a consolation.