Wallasey and district Sunday League: Mixed results on day of knockouts in premier cup (From Wirral Globe)
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Wallasey and district Sunday League: Mixed results on day of knockouts in premier cup
CENTRE stage went to the Wirral FA Premier cup second round ties and resulted in mixed fortunes as three teams progressed and two went out.
Despite a James Harris treble Great Float S&S were beaten 4-3 and a double from Andy Kingan was not enough for Windsor as they bowed in a 5-2 defeat.
Easing home were Liscard Bronze as they beat Prenton Dell 5-1 thanks to a hat-trick from Sam Hunt and a brace from Carl Murphy and Millhouse put out The Cat in a 2-1 victory that saw Jamie Quinn and Perrie Black get the important goals.
The Cheese needed extra time to beat Merebrook, but with goals from Mike McGraa, (2), Steve Loughran, Steve Lively and Daren Sutton they went through to round three.
Only two games in the Premier Division saw a battling Heswall Sunday lose 1-0 to a very late goal from Liam Kelly as Poulton Royal took the spoils.
Cetco Europe moved into second place following their 6-0 defeat of Grange Moreton, in which Dave Webb, (2), Tom Farrington, Josh O’Toole, Vinny O’Toole and an own-goal provided the damage.
No luck in the Wirral FA Amateur cup second round as Black FC threw away a two-goal lead and ended up losing 3-2 after extra time and Rockpark failed to find the net in 0-2 reversal.
The only fixture in Division One saw PLCCFC share the points with AFC Tima in a 1-1 draw and had Jason Flaherty as their lone scorer, with Mike Redgrift netting the reply.
Division Two action saw Shippons keep up their promotion challenge with a 5-2 success over Autumn as Simon Walker netted twice and Lee Dermody, Adam Chadwick and Garry Walker all claimed one apiece. Nathan Barnes & Derek Nash scored for the visitors.
Still top are Sheridans who beat Sandbrook 7-0 with a hat-trick from Peter Rutter and singles from Aiden Ryan, John Davies, Craig Davies and Paul Williams. A nine-goal thriller resulted in a 5-4 victory for Poulton Vics versus Vineyard with Rob Langton, (2), Terry Orange, Mike Naylor and Aaron Cummins getting their goals and replying for Vineyard were Tom Riazi, Martin Wilde, Gary Sefton and Scott Ainsworth.
A goal apiece from Simon Parsonage and Louis Taylor gave Cavendish a 2-0 win over bottom club Parkview96.
New Brighton Youth remain Dundee Youth division leaders after beating Manor Reds 4-2 with goals from Cal Lavelle,(2), Matty Holden and Shaun Scott. Dan Herbert & Steve McDermott netted for Manor.
Second are Christleton after their 6-3 defeat of Higher Bebington JFC due to a Sion Brisbane treble and singles from John Crump, Sam Parsons and Ben Gregory. Jake Sherlock, Alex Woods & Sam Walters scored for Higher Beb.
Neston beat Rossway 3-2; Heswall won 2-0 against Eastham and Ashville B eased home 4-0 versus Upton Youth.
Games in the Grove Youth Division saw Upton win 3-1 away at Beechwood to stay top and West Kirby hit double figures against AFC Bebington to go second.
Ashville Youth netted nine against New Brighton Saints without reply and Vauxhall Colts leapfrogged Wallasey Wanderers as both Tom Bladen and Jordan Howley hit doubles in a 4-1 win.
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