AN excellent performance by Liver View saw them lift the Division One Cup in a very exciting final as they overcame JASGA PV with a 3-0 score line.

All three goals were recorded in the first half as Adam Kinnear netted twice and Adam Chadwick claimed a single with Scott Tebb putting in a man of the match performance throughout to take that accolade.

Despite leaving the field of play with a head injury Darren Pritchard claim the same award for JASGA.

The Division Two Cup Final played in mid-week saw Poulton Vics dethrone Queens Liscard with a hard fought 2-1 success in which Sean Wright and Lee Davey notched the goals to claim the trophy, with Daniele Banicale playing a man of the match role to take the award.

A second-half goal from Justin Stephens for Queens made for an interesting finish as Liam Murphy became their man of the match as he drove his team forward.

The Capitol Cup semi finals produced two exciting games as Woodchurch United came from two goals down to beat arch rivals Great Float S&S 3-2 with a last minute winner deciding the game.

On target for United were Tim Bigland with a brace and Chris Griffiths with a single.

They will now meet Millhouse, who came from 1-0 down against Poulton Royal, whose scorer was Lee Dermody to take the tie with two goals from Liam Jameson in an evenly-fought contest.

Action from division Two saw Pilot Boat fail to take spot as they floundered to a 3-3 draw versus North Wirral Saints who had Sam Platt, Jason Stephens and Mike Mansur on target.

A solitary goal from Callum Mernock gave Upton Town the points in their 1-0 win over Stanley's Cask and Halfway House closed the doors on Queens Liscard in a 3-2 success that saw Rob Marrs bagging a single and Ethan Tellett netting a double, with Connor Hodgson firing a brace a reply.

The top of the table clash in the Dundee Youth division saw honours end even despite Neston Nomads taking 3-0 lead with goals from Jay Harvey, Thamidon Suphot and Andrew Halfhead, but Wirral SB hit back to claim a 3-3 draw as Jack McGrotty, Callum Blondel and Tila Davies found the net.

A Connor Lloyd-Jones was not enough for Manor Youth as they lost 1-3 against Eastham Rangers Youth.

Grove Youth division action saw leaders Higher Beb JFC edge out Glenavon Athletic in a 4-2 victory thanks to efforts from Joe Irvine-2, Nathan Cope and Josh Pointon with Luke Almond bagging a fine double in response.

A Jamie Coles double failed to win the points for Eastham Rangers Jets as Park Royal flew past them in a 5-2 success with goals from Simon Lunn-2, Will Sass-2 and Joe Wood.

FC Phoenix stay second following their hard fought 4-3 victory over Irby Youth as Mike Mooney netted a brace with both Harry Holt and Denzil Wilkie grabbing singles and they have two games in hand on the leaders.