Wet and windy weather meant that only that cup tie and Saturday’s Scarborough League First Division clash between Scalby and It’s It’s Rovers were played, with Rovers taking a 6–0 win in the league clash.
In the semi-finals of the Harbor Cup West Pier took the lead early on a counterattack by John Grayston who ended the game well after 10 minutes.
Five minutes later, Tommy Wilson equalized. Edgehill when he landed a superb half-volley from 25 yards into the top corner.
Jake Reeves made it 2-1 by beating a couple of defenders and scoring a goal. Reeves then added another low drive.
Ben David continued to shoot to score a goal to make it 4-1.
Terry Day scored a good header in the 40th minute to briefly put Pierre back in the game, then Jamie Patterson closed the score in the first half to make it 5-2 with a neat touch and finish.
In the first minute of the second half, Luke Reese crossed the pier with his first touch.
Reeves scored two more quick goals to make it 8-2 to take it to four, Patterson also added two to score his hat-trick, then Ryan Link and Max Wright completed the score.
Edgehill’s man of the match was Wilson on the left flank and Reeves on the left flank, as well as Pierre’s star player Mikey Anderson.
In the only other game played, Josh Fergus scored four goals. Itis Itis Rovers weakened to win 6:0 on Scalby in the first division.
The victory was effectively completed in the first half when Fergus scored a treble, Luke Jones converted a penalty and player-boss Curtis Rose also scored.
Fergus added his fourth after the break to complete the count.
Rose said: “I had 20 players to choose from, which just shows that if we get committed to the numbers, we can fight for the league again.
“Luke Jones grabbed our man in the match as a central defensive midfielder, highlighting Josh Fergus’ four goals and Ben Rowe back in goal for the first time in six months since breaking his leg.”
The man of the match with Sculby was James Clifford.
The other Harbor Cup semi-final between Filey Town and Ayton has been postponed, as have the Filey Town Reserves vs. Goal Sports and Newlands Reserves vs. West Pierce Reserves in the Second Division, and the Westover Waps game Edgehill Reserves was canceled due to bad weather after only 20 minutes.