Man-of-the-match Matty Borrie hit a hat-trick as Heslerton Under-16s beat Fishburn 6-2 – their first victory over the Whitby side in eight years.
Borrie and Josh Brown put them two up before a mix-up in defence gave Fishburn a goal. The excellent Ross Leckenby made it 3-1 with a superb 22-yard free-kick and Borrie added his second.
A deflection gave Fishburn their second goal but Stephen Edwards reaped rewards for his work with a tap-in and Borrie sealed victory with a penalty.
Ryan Mintoff led the way with five goals as Kirkbymoorside U15s enjoyed a 10-3 cup thumping of Heslerton U15s.
Jordan Thackeray hit a hat-trick, with Morgan Fraser and Charlie Williams also on target. Heslerton scorers were Jack Sawdon and man-of-the-match Matty Pickard (2).
Josh Singleton bagged a hat-trick as Brooklyn U15s beat bottom team Selby 7-2. The other scorers in a one-sided game were James Barrett (2), Ryan Gaughan and an own goal.
Thomas Fairburn, Max Harland and Ethan Crusher were on target as Kirkbymoorside U11s drew 2-2 and 1-1 in a double-header with Eastfield.
Old Malton U11s produced a spirited performance to come from 2-1 down and beat Heworth 3-2.
Josh Lee, Joseph Matique, direct from a corner, and Lewis Pople, from Patrick Jackson’s through ball, got the goals.
A heavy pitch made it hard for Heslerton U10s as they lost 3-1 and 3-0 in a double-header against Burlington. Tom Stockdale got Heslerton’s goal.
Brooklyn U10s drew 1-1 and won 5-2 in a league double-header at leaders Dunnington.
They equalised in the first game through Billy Leech after a great move and cross from Thomas Davies.
Oliver Tetlow and Cameron Mellow excelled in defence and Hamish Hudson was great in goal.
Dunnington twice equalised in the second game but Brooklyn were not to be denied.
Cameron Mellow fired the ball into the box to see it end up in the net for his first goal of the season, and Leech also scored.
At 2-2, Brooklyn stepped up a gear and a great move involving Rowan Ford, James Barker and Leech saw Barker score. Men-of-the-match Leech and Barker then got their second goals.
Joshua Mann’s solo strike saw Old Malton U10s draw 1-1 with Pockling-ton. Ryan Koeppen, Brad Marchent and Myles Rodgers impressed.
Mann went one better in the second game between the sides as Malt came from two down to win 3-2 at the death. He got their first goal and a late winner after Hughie Wilkie had equalised in the last minute. Will Fletcher starred.
Sam Jenkins got Kirkbymoorside U10s’ goal in their 8-1 cup loss to Scalby Juniors, likewise Kit Saggers in Kirkbymoorside U9s’ 3-1 cup loss at Scholes Park Raiders.
Heslerton U9s put in a fine performance only to lose 2-1 to an impressive Goldsborough due to two late strikes. The hosts had taken a deserved lead through man-of-the-match Charlie Thompson’s long-range volley.
Some great football saw Brooklyn U9s Lions beat Carr Vikings 7-1.
There were hat-tricks from man-of-the-match Matthew Lock and top-scorer Ethan Oakes, and a goal from Oliver Towse.
In the friendly, Carr went 2-1 up, but Lock hit another hat-trick and Will Hartley and Lucas Croft also scored in a 5-2 result.
Brooklyn U9s Tigers dominated to beat Wilberfoss 3-0 through Josh McBurnie, Max Farrow – unleashing an unstoppable shot – and an own goal. The ’Foss goalkeeper also made some excellent saves.
The Tigers ran riot in the friendly to win 8-2, player-of-the-match Max Farrow hitting five. Emily Cooper, Kian Charlton and an own goal from one of Rhys Grainge’s excellent corners also found the net.
Hayden Williamson was man of the match as Heslerton U8s battled in vain against a strong Burlington.
Brooklyn Under-13s enjoyed a runaway 17-1 win over Hamilton Panthers in their first game in four weeks.
Brooklyn were 7-1 up at half-time, and ran further riot after the break. Josh Berry was rampant with eight goals, while Tom Walsh (3), Jake Ullah (3), Oli Farrow (2) and an own goal also found the net.
Thornton-le-Dale U13s likewise thrashed Goldsborough 8-0 with Harvey D’Alquen bagging four goals. Sam Batty, Thomas Cleary, Josh Peel and an own goal also found the net. Dale are now second in the league.
Daniel Ward (2) and Ben Teasdale gave Kirkbymoorside U12s a 3-1 cup win over Burlington Jackdaws.
Attractive football was to the fore as Old Malton U12s won 5-0 at Pickering U12s to close in on the division three title. Goals came from skipper Tom Jenkins from range, Sam Mann, Jake Wiles, Theo Wilkie and super sub Matthew Hopkin. Heslerton U12s impressed despite falling 4-2 to Seamer, whose quick passing game put them 3-0 up before the hosts narrowed the gap through Harry Teasdale, with his first goal for his club, and Aiden Taylor, direct from his corner. Zak Hutchinson was man of the match for his defensive work.
Fine defending from man-of-the-match Tom Warburton and Gabriel Urquhart could not prevent Brooklyn U12s from losing 3-2 at Rawcliffe Raiders, a team from a higher tier, in their league cup quarter-final.
Brooklyn levelled at 1-1 through Charlie Monkman’s belter and they also went close through Jamie Allen and Tom Warburton, skimming the bar with a header, before they pulled one back at 3-2 through Will Scholefield, set up by the excellent Stephen Kerr’s brilliant run.
• Heslerton Juniors are hoping to introduce an under-7s team in September. Players can attend training sessions when they are five. Phone Ali on 07779 721195 if interested.