Staithes Athletic enjoyed back-to-back victories for the first time this season taking themselves up to 10th in the North Riding Football League Premier Division after a 4-3 win over Redcar Newmarket.
It was an amazing second half comeback from Staithes after Newmarket raced into a three-goal half-time lead with goals from Michael Dowse, inside two minutes, Andy Tullock, midway through the first period and Dowse’s penalty on 40.
Staithes were a different team in the second half and Gary Sivills got the villagers back into it.
Two goals in 10; minutes from Carl Flatters, including a spot kick, put Staithes level before ex-Pickering Town marksman Sam Calvert hit the hosts’ winner eight minutes from time.
Stokesley Armstrong Richardson were victorious over Whitby Fishermens in Division One at Lythe, netting five times on their travels.
Michael Gill blasted a treble, with Rob Molloy and substitute Ste Drinkwater also notching.
Fishermens responded through Paul Jobling, Dan Brown and experienced former Whitby Town man Mark Swales.
Fishburn Park tumbled out of the North Riding FA County Cup, losing 3-0 at Wearside League Richmond Town.
Sleights beat Sinnington 3-1 in the Ryedale Cup.
All the goals came in the second half after they went 1-0 down.
Charlie Paterson, Taylor Humble and Elliot Clark scored.
Man of match for the victors was Robbie Hurworth.
Goldsborough United claimed a 3-0 derby-day win at Fishburn Park Reserves in Division Two of the Scarborough and District Saturday League.
The first half saw Goldsborough dominate possession and take their chances.
The first goal came as Mike Dent sliced the ball and caught keeper Carl Oliver wrong-footed to see the ball find the back of the net.
The second goal came soon after a long ball from the keeper put Dent one-on-one to beat Oliver to slot the ball home.
Next came a lovely ball from Simon Taylor to set up Ben Watson to smash the ball home from 20 yards with his left foot.
The second half saw few chances from either team and a comfortable win for Goldsborough in the local derby.
Jonathan Morrison was named United man of the match for an excellent midfield performance, while Jack Kelly was the star man for Park.
Fylingdales Reserves powered to a 14-0 win at home to eight-man Golden Last in Division Two of the Scarborough & District Sunday League.
Charlie Smith, Jack Gale and Lewis Peel scored a hat-trick apiece, with Sam Russell (2), Nick Craven, Dylan Goldsmith and Taylor Humble also notching.
Right-back Craven was named as the man of the match for the victors.
The game between West Pier and Fylingdales was abandoned after 45 minutes due to adverse weather conditions with the scores locked at 0-0.