Birkenhead Sunday League: Victory for Dock FC

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IN the Wirral Premier Cup Semi Final, Dock FC put six past Horse & Jockey who could only manage four, writes Graham Fisher.

Docks scorers were Mark Head with four goals, but he sadly missed a penalty, Tom Charters and Rob Whyte.

In the other Semi final Queens Park eased past Liscard Bronze 3- 1 away fromhome, goalscorers for Queen Park were Rob Courtenay, Craig Griffiths, Terry Cotgrave.

In the David Tracy Cup 2nd round Lions beat FC Vaults 3-1 with goals from Alan Mortin, Mike Newton, and Ricky Harrison.

Old Parkonians beat Wirral Spartans 3-0 at home.

James Swindlehurst started the scoring with a sensational header, before James Kirkham and Karlin Fleckner finished the scoring for Parks.

Prenton Albion also went through to the third round beating Rangers Breaks 2-0 with goals from Billy Newman and Scott Hoather.

In the David Tracy Quarter final Lancelyn Glenavon beat Arrowe Park at home 2-0 with a brace from Jake Whittaker.

In the Veronica Conway Cup Semi Final Woodchurch beat Heygarth 3-2 away from home with goals by Danny Granyon with a brace and Ben Holmes.

In the Tony Smith Cup Semi final FC Ellies cruised into the Final after a 3-0 win against FC Ridger away from home with goals from Ben Pollard, Chris Lewis and Danny Cowle.

In the other Semi Final PSV hit 6 past Millcroft FC with goals from Clint Evans and Ryan Critchlow with a brace each, Jake Wood scored direct from a corner and Danny Blades hit the other.

In Division One Prenton Dell smashed AFC Houlihans 5-1 at home, goal scorers for the Dell were Aaron West, Tony Sample and a hat trick and the match ball for Andy Bolton.

Wirral Hundred recorded a home win against Saddle Club 3-2, goal scorers were Neil Kelly, Mike White and Ryan Edwards.

In Division Two Victoria Lodge failed to field a team against Allport Athletic, therefore losing all three points.

In the only game of Division 3 Western Victoria recorded their highest victory this season winning 4-1 away at Parkview, Tom Spence leapt in the box like a salmon to open the scoring, followed by a cool penalty by Graham Fisher, and a surprise brace for Captain Dave Clampitt, with a header on the back post from a corner, and a screamer from 25 yards

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