THE final fixture in division Two resulted in Poulton Vics claiming the title with a hard fought 2-1 success over Stanleys Cask, who made them fight all the way to be named champions.

This now completes a unique double for the team as Craig Kay netted a penalty and Lee Davey added the second to notch the vital goals to cancel out Dale Atherton’s effort for the Cask.

Upton Town finished in third position when drawing their final fixture 2-2 against North Wirral Saints due to Tom Ward netting twice.

Park Royal completed their first season in the Grove Youth division with a 7-1 success over Heswall Blue, thanks to a treble from Simon Lunn and singles from Luke Taylor, Jack Chorlton, Lucas Barrett and Will Sass completing the rout as Tom Cowan scored the consolation.

Finishing joint top but second on goal difference to Higher Beb were FC Phoenix as they overcame West Kirby Panthers 3-1, as Mike Mooney, Ollie Lowe and Tolgar Hassan found the net with Brad Bland bagging the lone response.

Irby Youth won a seven-goal thriller against Eastham Rangers Jets 4-3, thanks to a brace from Paul Keenan and singles from Liam Cullen and George Wild.

Hitting the replies were Jamie McNulty and Danny Shepherd with a double.

The failure of Eastham Rangers Youth being unable to field a team at this late stage of the season resulted in Neston Nomads taking the title in the Dundee Youth division as they finished one point ahead of long standing leaders Wirral SB FC who had the best goals scored record and best defensive record in the division.

They will now hope to beat The Cat in the Wirral DFA Junior cup final to finish the season with some silverware and maybe also take the Youth divisions cup when they take on Manor Youth in a tie yet to be confirmed.

In mid-week, Great Float S&S produced a superb performance to retain the Wirral DFA Premier Cup when beating arch rivals Woodchurch United 3-0 in an all Wallasey league final and this after having already beaten them to the Premier division title a week earlier to complete a great double.

On target for Float were Lee Hammond with a great free-kick before half time and second half goals from James Harris and Craig Smith secured the win.

All five divisional titles were won in the final weeks of the season, with some teams claiming the honour in the very last game and two teams winning their divisions on goal difference in accordance with CCFA Mandatory rule 12 (A).

Finals yet to play:

Dutchman Cup Final – JASGA PV v Lord Nelson on Monday, May 1 – 11am kick off.

Wirral DFA Junior Cup Final – Wirral SB FC v The Cat on Monday, May 1 – 11am kick off.

Capitol Cup Final – Millhouse v Woodchurch United on Tuesday, May 9th May at Cammell Laird – 6.45pm kick off.

Youth Divisions Cup Final – Manor Youth v Wirral SB FC – venue and date to be confirmed.