SUNDAY LEAGUE: Newlands fire 12 past FILO in semi success

Mikey Barker scored a hat-trick for Trafalgar in their 7-1 win at West Pier. Picture by Steve Lilly.
Mikey Barker scored a hat-trick for Trafalgar in their 7-1 win at West Pier. Picture by Steve Lilly.
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Rampant Newlands breezed into the final of the Senior Cup after hammering FILO 12-1.

Joe Hakings' Newlands side were quickest out of the traps and led 3-0 before Phil Raisbeck hit back for FILO to make it 3-1 heading into half-time.

Newlands weren't to be denied their place in the final though and they scored nine unanswered second-half goals to secure a huge win.

Ryan Rivis, Jack Ramos and Danny Glendinning all hit hat-tricks for the victors, while Drew McCoubrey banged in a brace and Dan Freer also netted.

Newlands boss Joe Hakings singled out Stew Bates, Ramos and Freer as his side's star men.

He said: "It was a very good team performance, we took them apart really."

Newlands will meet Ayton in the final after they travelled to Fylingdales and battled back from 1-0 down to win 6-1.

Ayton fell behind early on, but Jonny Blakeston levelled up with a tidy finish.

Blakeston was gifted a second shortly after following a goalkeeping blunder, and Danny Appleby netted a third before the interval.

A Tom Duckworth bullet header quickly made it 4-1 after the break before Blakeston completed his hat-trick and handed Ayton a 5-1 lead.

Jake Adams wrapped up the scoring with a stunning scissor kick.

Dempsey Stubbings and hat-trick hero Blakeston were Ayton's star men.

Trafalgar had to battle back from going behind early on to beat West Pier in Division One.

A Mikey Anderson penalty handed Pier the lead 10 minutes in, but Sam Pickard quickly made it 1-1 and it was all Traf after that.

Mikey Barker hit a treble for the victors, while their other goals came courtesy of Kieran Link, Luke Jones and Dan Exley.

Traf boss Col Jenkinson singled out defender Niall Gibb and midfielder Jamie Patterson as his side's joint men of the match.

Cayton showed up for their game at home to Roscoes Bar with seven men and the game was called off.

In the only game in Division Two, Ayton Reserves beat Scarborough Campus 4-0.

Aaron Armstong opened the scoring for Steven Frederiksen's side before Liam Scott made it 2-0 with a sublime chip over the Campus keeper.

Scott added a third from Frederiksen's corner to hand Ayton a 3-0 lead at the interval, before Mark Craven's goalbound header from another Frederiksen corner hit Daniel Bywater and found the back of the net.

Scott and defender Jamie Heritage were Ayton's star men.