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Carlsberg West Cheshire League
JAMES Clare put Vauxhall Motors Reserves in the driving seat after his five-goal haul anchored his side to an 8-1 rout of Blacon YC and consigned the Chester visitors to bottom spot in the Carlsberg West Cheshire League's Division One.
Peter Banasko, Cain Williams and Kirk McMurray were also in the mark, with Chris Williams in reply for Blacon.
With the new season barely a week old, Mossley Hill Athletic's 2-0 defeat by Ashville on Friday saw the last 100% record in Division One surrendered, and that result allowed newly promoted South Liverpool to take over at the top after a Gary Pollard hat-trick inspired them to a 5-0 result over Upton AA.
The Chester contingent's bad weekend was completed after Sean Woods obliged with both goals as Mallaby accounted for Christleton 2-0, and Chester Nomads capitulated by the same scoreline to Heswall. Richie Foulkes scored both goals.
Despite a Jonathan Atkinson hat-trick, Cammell Laird Reserves went down 4-3 at second placed Maghull, who secured the points thanks to efforts from Paul Jackson (2), Danny Dillon and James McGrane, while fourth-placed Newton stayed in contention after they won 2-1 at Hale, with goals from Danny Murphy and John Paul Cassidy.
Elsewhere, honours were shared after a goal from Southport Trinity's Danny Ventre was cancelled out by a reply from West Kirby's Ryan Thompson.
Division Two leaders Helsby retained pole position after efforts from Brian Crane, Danny Cummins and Lewis Buckley guided them to a 3-0 win at Mersey Royal, and it was celebration time for nearest rivals, Manor Athletic, who eclipsed Redgate Rovers by the same margin, inspired by an Andy Kingan double.
Simon Thelwell-Wilson, Mike Banks and Danny Carter found the net for Capenhurst Villa, in their 3-2 decision over Richmond RR Mags, while a solitary strike from Danny Grace gave Marshalls maximum returns from their encounter with Maghull Reserves.
Two goals from Paul Maguire were supplemented by a Joe Connolly effort as Gateacre Village beat Willaston 3-0, and a double from Phil Duncan helped Mossley Hill Athletic Reserves to a 2-2 draw at Ashville Reserves.
Sean Carrington and Liam Rose netted for the hosts. Lee Madin (2), Francis Foy and Charlie Wilson made the score sheet for Prescot Cables Reserves in the 4-3 triumph at West Kirby Reserves.
Steve Prance and Tom Jones were Heswall Reserves ' marksmen in their 2-0 victory at Bebington Athletic.
Hat-tricks from Curtis Cummins and Paul Wilson had the desired effect, as Division Three leaders South Liverpool Reserves romped home 9-2 at Upton AA Reserves.
But on level points are Hale Reserves who also bast a 100% record after they clinched a 3-1 success over Widnes Vikings, courtesy of a goal apiece from Anthony Terry, Phil MacDiarmiot and Colin Mee.
A smart double from Joel Douglas put Belfry on course for a 2-0 victory over Capenhurst Villa Reserves, while Ford Motors opened their account after Adam Walker, Tyler Jeffries, Jack Wilson, Sam Range and Mark Winslade scored in Saturday's 5-0 result over Marshalls Reserves.
Robbie Rowlands and Jack McCabe claimed the goals as Bootle Reserves overcame Chester Nomads Reserves 2-0.
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