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Wallasey and district Sunday League
SAD news befell the league last week when the unexpected death of the much-admired Alan Nash was announced.
Alan provided many teams with a fine talent and great character during his playing days and he will be sorely missed, but always remembered by all.
Our thoughts go to all his family at this sad time.
Despite Windsor pushing Millhouse all the way in Premier division fixture, goals from Dave Almond and Chris Defrietas were not enough as they went down 5-2 and Millhouse propelled themselves into second place thanks to a hat-trick from Steve Abbott and singles from Dave Hay and Lee Jameson.
Still top with a 100% record are Liscard Bronze following their hard fought 2-1 victory over Grange Moreton, who had Dave Walmsley as their only scorer.
Leading Division One are Black FC, who beat PLCCFC 3-0 with efforts from Mike Scullion, Stuart Speed and Dave Finnigan.
The result puts them four points clear due to close rivals Rockpark losing 3-2 against FC Victoria, who had Des Edwards, Evan Smart and Tom Kirkland on target, with Tom Williams and Wayne Ball notching the replies.
Gary Philp was a three-goal hero for Clarence as they eased home 5-1 against AFC Tima (Dave Jackson), with Dave Turner and Stuart Pritchard adding the extras.
A solitary goal from Adam Baxter was not enough for AM Plant Hire as they lost 2-1 versus Upton FC, who moved above them.
Division Two action saw plenty of goals as Ship Wallasey hit double figures against Parkview96, as Lee Hammond (3), Craig Bennett (2), Greg Nixon (2), Paul Hale, Jon Pomphrett and Neil Carruthers all found the net and Sheridans bagged eight without reply against Cavendish in a 8-0 success, in which Aaron Ryan (3), Paul Williams (3) and Peter Rutter (2), did the damage.
Autumn FC shared the points with Vineyard in a 2-2 draw thanks to Derek Nash and Steve Teale scoring, with Martin Wilde bagging a brace in reply.
Goals from Steve Morgan-2 and Phil Bibby helped Sandbrook to beat Poulton Vics 3-1 and double their points tally.
Two games played in the Dundee Youth division and saw the top two fight out a hard-earned draw as New Brighton Youth drew 1-1 with Christleton Youth, who actually dropped their first points of the campaign.
The visitors took a first-half lead through an own-goal, but New Brighton levelled late on with a Matty Brown effort.
Calum McCavish was a three-goal star for Ashville B as they beat Neston Nomads 4-1and only conceded an own-goal to prevent a blank sheet.
AFC Liverpool moved within goal difference at the top of the Grove Youth division following their 5-2 defeat of Gayton JFC, as Aaron Cross (2), Dion George (2), and Alex Northover hit the goals.
Beechwood Falcons beat AFC Bebington Athletic 3-1, with Greg Stewart-Taylor notching the only response for Athletic.
Cheshire FA Youth cup games saw Manor Youth beat Ashton on Mersey 4-3 with goals from Jake Adams and Jacob Cotgrave both bagging doubles in a great win.
New Brighton Saints (Hayden Ciewes & Sean Wright) went out in a 5-3 reversal against Wilmslow Town despite a battling performance.
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