Harry Holden and Harry Sleep hit a brace apiece as Cayton Corinthians claimed a fine 6-3 home win against Fylingdales in the Scarborough & District FA Cup.
The visitors took the lead against the run of play, but Johnny Best levelled the scores with a thumping 20-yard free-kick into the top corner.
Cayton went in front after the break thanks to a freakish own goal, a Fylingdales defender lobbing the ball over his own keeper and into the net.
Fylingdales made it 2-2 from the penalty spot but that was as good as it got for the visitors as Cayton surged into a 6-2 lead.
Sleep banged in the third for Cayton, and he then set up Holden who turned his marker and lobbed the keeper from 30 yards for a stunning goal.
Right-winger Sleep then used his pace to skin his defender and slot a shot into the bottom corner to make it 5-2, Holden headed in the sixth for Cayton, Fylingdales claiming a late third goal.
Sleep was the man of the match for the victors for a cracking display on the right flank.
Newlands cruised into the next round with a 16-0 home win against a depleted Ayton side.
The hosts played some outstanding football to dominate this cup-tie, in-form striker Danny Glendinning leading the way with six goals and Drew McCoubrey adding a hat-trick.
Dan Freer and Liam Cooper scored two goals apiece, with Stew Bates and Luke Tinker, along with an own goal, completing the rout.
Central midfielders Jack Ramos and Cooper were the star men for the hosts.
Trafalgar also join them in the hat for the next round after a 7-1 win at Division Two side Newlands Reserves.
The score was 2-1 up until the hour mark and Newlands Reserves chief Dan Sheader was delighted with the effort his team put in to compete with the Division One title-chasers.
Zak Hansen scored Newlands' goal to make it 1-1 in the first half, the visitors going ahead on stroke of half-time, and although the home side held out for the first 15 minutes of the second half, Traf's quality came to the fore in the final half-hour as they banged in five goals to see off their opponents.
Liam Salt and Nick Ellis notched two apiece for Traf, with Kieran Link, Mark Barber and Billy Logan also on target.
Barber and Wayne Aziz shone for the victors, while centre-back Shem Atkinson was the man of the match for Newlands, keeper Josh Young also making some fine saves to keep his side in the game.
Fylingdales Reserves striker Taylor Humble struck a hat-trick as his side moved through thanks to a 5-2 home win against Scalby.
Humble tapped in the opener from two yards then chipped the keeper to double his side's lead, only for the away side to pull one goal back through Ben Quilter.
Mark McCarthy's 30-yard chip restored the hosts' two-goal cushion, although Scalby replied through Callum O'Keefe to make it 3-2.
Humble completed his hat-trick from a James Jackson cross and the win was confirmed by Adam Entwistle's 20-yard shot into the top corner of the net.
Humble was the man of the match up front for the hosts, while manager Neil Purves was forced to play for the second game in success due to four players having stepped up to the first team.
Taylor Jordan was the man of the match for Scalby.
Heslerton won 4-0 at Hull City Supporters Club in the ERCFA Vice-President's Cup, with debutant Keaton Watson notching twice.
Danny Alexander opened the scoring for the visitors with a header from a long throw, then Watson, 18, made the game safe with a goal either side of the interval.
In between Watson's goals Steve Walker skied a penalty-kick over the bar.
The villagers saved the best until last as a free-flowing move that involved Alexander, Owen Banks and Walker ended with another new signing, Shaun Hull finishing neatly.
Jordan Linstead was man of the match for Heslerton for a strong central midfield display, especially considering the villagers travelled with only 11 players and the hosts had 18 with rolling subs used in this competition.
West Pier continued their flawless start to the Scarborough News Sunday League Division One season with a 5-0 home win against a determined FILO side.
Both sides were very depleted, but it was the visitors who got off to the worst possible start when Rob Speight put Pier ahead after only two minutes.
Aiden Thomas showed great skill and a cool finish to make it 2-0 on 15 minutes, and despite the hard work of FILO, Rich Tolliday's deflected shot pulled Pier well clear by the break.
FILO started the second half strongly, but two more breakaway goals from Speight to complete his hat-trick wrapped up the win.
Phil Raisbeck was named as the FILO man of the match for a strong show in central midfield, boss Les Brown proud of the efforts of his depleted line-up.
Pier boss Jamie Towse said: "I think the scoreline flattered us a bit, they worked hard and it took great defending from Adie Blake and Sam Hyde to lay the foundations for us to hit them on the counter-attack. FILO looked a bit weakened in defence but I think they will take a few points off teams in the top flight this season."
Ayton Reserves and Scarborough Campus shared the spoils after a 1-1 draw.
Paul Mills put the home side in front, but the students levelled through a Rafal Jackow penalty.
Mills hit the woodwork and missed two sitters as the villagers searched for the win in this end-to-end game, but both sides had to be content with a point.
Centre-back Aaron Armstrong was the man of the match for Ayton, with Nick Prew Campus' star man.