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Wallasey & District Sunday League: Millhouse back to winning ways
MILLHOUSE got back to winning ways when disposing of Offerton Green 3-0 in the Cheshire FA Cup second round as James Clare fired home a double and Steve Abbott added the third in a dominant display.
In the delayed Youth division cup first round game Ashville B eased home 6-1 versus Manor Reds, whose lone effort came from a Danny Herbert penalty.
Capitol Cup first round action saw plenty of goals as Cetco Europe beat division two team Vineyard (Scott Ainsworth) 6-1, thanks to doubles from Josh O’Toole and Jay Lutas and singles from Dave Webb and Alex Kewin.
Great Float S&S washed away youth team New Brighton Youth in a 5-0 success as Anthony Angelsey-3, Matty Murphy and Daren Pritchard got the goals.
A solitary goal from Rob Langton in the first minute was enough for Poulton Vics to beat Upton FC 1-0 and Shippons also won 1-0 against Victoria Colts.
Four goals from Ray Hoey allied to singles from Peter Bell, Craig Brookshaw and Sean Trevitt gave Parkview96 a 7-1 result over New Brighton Saints (Hayden Cewes) and Higher Beb JFC defeated Rossway United (Andy Battersby, Tom Booth & Louis McGilloway) 6-3 with Drew Stewart-Taylor-2, Alex Woods, Ryan Jones, Oliver Murphy and Jake Sherlock scoring.
A lone Scott Billington goal was not enough as Upton Town lost 1-4 against AM Plant Hire and Toby Williamson netted the only goal for Gayton JFC in a 5-1 reversal against Autumn FC (Dan Payne-2 & Steve Taylor-2).
A goal apiece from Dave Cowie, Steve Palmart and Craig Smith enabled Windsor to beat Black FC 3-2.
Clarence Hotel closed the gap at the top of division One following their 4-1 victory over AFC Tima (Dave Jackson) who are now bottom.
PLCCFC claimed their first win in emphatic fashion when beating FC Victoria (Danny Holdsworth) 8-1, thanks to Jason Flaherty netting four times and Jack Robinson, Adam McCreevy, Matt Wood and Josh McLaughlin added the extras.
In Division Two Ship Wallasey cruised to within two points at the top with a 4-1 success over Nelson Grove (James Kelly) due to Kyle Birch-2, Craig Bennett and Liam Murphy netting the goals and Sandbrook beat Cavendish (Lewis Taylor) 2-1 with goals from Dan Connolly and Dan Lecoko.
Christleton now lead the Dundee Youth division after their 8-0 defeat of Eastham Rangers in which Ben Gregory-2, Joe Kirk, Josh Shaw, Sam Parsons, Lewis Hildago, Tom Richardson and Charlie Jones all netted. Upton Youth beat Neston Nomads 3-2, with Will Hughes and Josh Davidson scoring for Nomads.
A hat-trick by Jordan Howley saw Vauxhall Colts ease home 3-0 versus Newton in the Cheshire Youth Cup.
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