After a great win in the cup last week, Fylingdales Football Club (FFC) returned to league action with an away tie at mid-table placed Heslerton.
FFC had brilliant support from around 20 supporters who had made the trip from Robin Hoods Bay and Whitby.
With team manager Tommy Pearson away on a scouting mission in Burnley, assistant coach John Mallette took charge.
The excellent facilities and pitch provided by Heslerton was always going to suit the total football style of FFC and so it proved with an entertaining and well fought first half.
Deadlock was broken by FFC after 20 minutes by a superb goal from new signing Gary Tuby.
Taking the ball from the left wing, he cut in past three players before striking a beautiful curling shot leaving the Heslerton goalie with no chance.
Heslerton pushed forward in an attempt to equalise and forced an outstanding double save from FFC keeper Neil Brierley who had a top class game throughout.
As the score line suggested FFC just edged the first half but improved further going into the second scoring staright after the break when an excellent run and cross from Jake Faichney was hammered home by Tuby for his second.
With Andy Raw being brought in for bomber Harris FFC continued to brim with energy peppering the Heslerton goal with shots and dominating throughout.
FFCs third goal came as sought after striker Jake Faichney passed two lost defender before unleashing a screamer into the top right from 20 yards.
A quickly taken free kick caused controversy midway through the second half as Andy raw was forced to retake.
Raw curled the resulting free kick over the wall and into the top left of the goal past the stranded goal keeper.
Following this Tuby narrowly missed out on a deserved hat-trick when his low powerful attempt richocheted back off the righthand upright.
Jake Faichney got his second when he volleyed home a Steve Grittiths cross to finish the game 5-0.
The win took FFC up to fourth in the table with a number of games against the top four in the next few weeks.
With all to play for in both the league and cup FFC are hitting great form at the perfect time, beginning to live the dream.
This Sunday FFC play inform Commercial at 10.30am, pitch 9, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough.
All supporters welcome.
FFC scarves, as seen throughout the area, will be on sale during the game.
Man of the Match: Gary Tuby
Match ball sponsor: Ice Cream van on the beach.