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Wirral Sunday League: Kent through to second round
WIRRAL Sunday League flag-bearers Kent FC secured their passage to the Wirral & District FA's Sunday Premier Cup second round after they overcame former Wirral League members Lancelyn Glenavon in extra time.
Two goals from Scott Parkinson were supplemented by a Wes Pitchford effort, and the winner in the extra period from Danny Morley, as Kent scored a 4-3 victory.
In another see-saw battle, Towers and Birkenhead League counterparts Bidston Hotel couldn't be separated after 90 minutes and extra time had produced a 4-4 stalemate.
Kyle Williams (2), Gary Morris and Mike Vernon netted for Towers who then won the penalty shoot out 4-3, with Lewy Fitzpatrick netting the match winning spot kick.
A goal from John Lloyd helped Neston Nomads to a 1-1 draw before extra time was averted after Neil Ellison pounced and scored the decider for Nomads' with five minutes remaining.
The extra period worked in Shore Villa's favour when Josh Denson snatched the winning goal after earlier efforts from Adam Coulls and Ben Morgan had set up a 2-2 finish with Wirral 100. On the minus side, Riverside were eliminated after they narrowly lost 1-0 at St.Saviours.
Sunday's Wirral & Disrict FA Amateur Cup first round action saw Lever Bushell Athletic earn the nod over Millcroft after Steve Lacey plundered the game's only goal.
Forum Athletic also had cause for celebration after efforts from Mike Haddock (2) and Dave Sampson paved the way for their 3-0 triumph over AFC Tima.
Unfortunately, Wallasey Athletic will have to return their cup final suits when they lost 7-3 to AM Plant Hire, despite goals from Jay Little (2) and Gary Windass.
Victoria Colts Seniors went a point clear at the top from Riverside after they won 4-0 against newly-promoted Beechwood Social, thanks to goals from Alan Fowlie, Dave Evans, Andy Crilley and Rob White.
Division One leaders Bebington made it two wins in succession and maintained their 100% record after Stuey Hardman and Mark King struck in the 2-0 victory at Primrose Liscard.
Trailing 2-0 in their home clash with Greave, Division Two leaders, Gladstone Athletic managed to turn the game around and salvaged a share of the spoils after they levelled through Gaz Dickinson and an own-goal.
Third-placed Port Sunlight recorded the day's biggest winning margin when they romped home 8-1 at a depleted Bromborough.
Spare a thought for Grange's Jamie Roberts, who bagged a fine hat-trick but still finished on the losing side after the debutants fell foul of Champions Bar.
Man of the match Ben Percival delivered the perfect riposte as Champs won 4-3.
Andy Buttle and Jamie Head hit the target for Ster Ozzys but their joy was short lived after second-placed Wirral Athletic Produced a sting in the tail and rallied to win 3-2 with Tom Rudrick, Chris Manger and Tom Black.
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