Darren Spruce scored twice as the Lord Nelson beat Eastern Raiders at Thurlow Avenue in the East Riding County League.
Molescroft Reds had every reason to celebrate this Sunday as they brushed aside Rockford Rangers at Thurlow Avenue to claim their
first win in ten matches in Hull Boys Sunday Football League Drypool U14s.
Garry Jackson, Shaun Foster and Mike Boynton were all on target for the Lord Nelson as they beat West Hull Amateurs 3 – 2 at Thurlow Avenue.
Hessle Sporting and Molescroft FC battled it out in the cup though the it was the visitors, Hessle, who won the game 4 – 3. Molescroft FC battled hard throughout the game but were just unable to peg back their opponents at Thurlow Avenue.
The Inter Beaver continued their revolution with a 4 – 3 win over Ryder Club this weekend at Thurlow Avenue. Goals for Inter were scored by Daniel Atkinson, Stew Scott with Shaun Gibson bagging a brace.
The Lord Nelson were beaten by Leven Members Club in the East Riding County League. Playing at Thurlow Avenue the home side lost to the current league leaders 4 – 2, Quejaime Busilaina and John Forsyth
Molescroft Rangers Reserves and Holme Road Rangers Reserves shared six between them as the side drew at Thurlow Avenue. The result leaves Molescroft Rangers seventh in the East Riding County League Division Five after four matches played.
Beverley Town Beavers came from a goal down to beat Full Measure at Lecconfield Sports Club. Peter Savage opened the scoring for the visitors on ten minutes; Jon Burnett equalised for Town on the stroke of half time with the winner coming from Alex Thompson with just two minutes remaining in the game.
Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart will be joining football team representatives from Beverley for a photo shoot to highlight the lack of football pitches in the town.
Inter Beaver came from behind to beat FC Force United at Thurlow Avenue on Easter Sunday. Trailing 3 – 2 at half time the Beverley side put in a much stronger second half performance to clinch