It was a good day for the top three in division one as Newlands, Klosters and Trafalgar all picked up victories.
NEWLANDS 10 (McCoubrey 3, Josh Hakings 3, Bates 2, Delve, Tadman) ROSCOES BAR 3 (G Hepples 2, Scott)
Drew McCoubrey and Josh Hakings both netted hat-tricks as first division leaders Newlands smashed 10 goals past Roscoes.
Stu Bates with a brace and Luke Delve and James Tadman were also on target for Joe Hakings’ side, who led 4-1 at the break.
Gary Hepples (2) and Liam Scott registered for Roscoes, who also missed a penalty.
Left-sided midfielder Josh Hakings was Newlands’ star man.
CAYTON 0 KLOSTERS 4 (Garnett 2, Turner, OG)
Klosters recorded their sixth consecutive win to consolidate second place in the division one standings.
Matty Turner headed home a Rich Simpson cross to open the scoring in the 25th minute and Sam Garnett doubled the lead 10 minutes later.
Garnett rammed in his second of the game five minutes after the re-start and Klosters hit the woodwork three times in the second half before an 85th-minute own goal rounded off the scoring.
Young Cayton keeper Josh Brown was in great form, pulling off a number of fine saves, while defender Nick Sumpton and midfielder Garnett and Carl Townley impressed for the victors.
FYLINGDALES 2 (Watson, Forde) TRAFALGAR 4 (Pinder 2, Exley, Price)
Third-placed Trafalgar were made to work hard for a 4-2 win up the coast at Fylingdales.
Rob Pinder moved Traf ahead early on but Paul Watson equalised for the village side.
Sean Exley and Danny Price struck either side of half-time to put Traf 3-1 up but Simon Forde registered to reduce the arrears.
Dales piled on the pressure in the closing stages as they went in search of a leveller but Pinder’s second of the contest wrapped things up for the visitors with five minutes to go.
Central midfielder Jamie Patterson was Traf’s man of the match.
ITIS-ITIS 2 (Oldroyd 2 (1 pen) WEST PIER 3 (Sygrove 2, Speight)
West Pier got back to winning ways with a victory on the road at Itis-Itis.
Mark Oldroyd fired the home side ahead from the penalty spot inside the first five minutes after Carl Marton was felled by Pier’s keeper.
Itis-Itis remained in front until 10 minutes into the second period when a quick-fire brace from Gareth Sygrove turned the game on its head.
Oldroyd lashed a long range strike into the roof of the Pier net to restore parity but Rob Speight grabbed what proved to be the winner for the visitors with 70 minutes on the clock.
Jonny Hyde impressed for Pier while Mikey Pickering was Itis-Itis’ star man.
TENNYSON 2 FILEY FLYERS 4 (W Hunter 2, Emmerson, Pinder)
Filey Flyers claimed their second victory on the bounce as they came from behind to beat out-of-form Tennyson.
The hosts took the lead but striker Will Hunter levelled things up before John Emmerson netted to give Flyers the lead.
Man of the match Hunter scored again before the break to put Filey in control and although Tennyson pulled a goal back in the second half, a James Pinder strike sealed the three points for Dave Brannan Junior’s side.