A SMART double from Sam Hunt, allied to a Tom Quinn effort, saw unbeaten second-placed Wallasey challengers Ashville maintain interest in the race for the league's Division One title, following Saturday's 3-0 eclipse of Neston Nomads.

Current leaders, South Liverpool, afforded little mercy to Richmond Raith Rovers and celebrated an 11-0 victory with five-goal Alex Woodcock in top form.

Further efforts from Gary Dunning (3), James Thomas (2) and Mason Nevitt completed the statistics.

In another high-scoring affair, a four-timer from Ollie Sanderson and an Elliot Hughes hat trick inspired Mossley Hill Athletic to an 11-2 decision over Redgate Rovers.

Reigning champions Newton came unstuck at home against Rainhill Town, who took maximum spoils after they won 2-0 with goals from Carl Lownsborough and Dave Monteith.

Third-placed Vauxhall Motors remain unbeaten; Luke Newcombe (3), Alex Griffiths and Jake Stinton finding the net in Saturday's 5-0 triumph over Heswall.

Despite goals from Joel Douglas and Wade Maxwell, Marshalls capitulated 3-2 at Maghull who sealed the win, thanks to replies from Anthony Price, Joe Conchie and Marcus Stewart.

Danny Murphy gave Mallaby the lead against Chester Nomads before Jack Delgado (2) and Charlie Mann put the visitors 3-1 up, but in a rousing finish, the hosts snatched a deserved point thanks to replies from Jamie Smith and a last gasp equaliser from Liam Atherton.

Basement outfit, West Kirby, were on the receiving end at Upton AA, who emerged 2-0 victors, courtesy of a goal apiece from Lee Guiardo and Joe Ormerod.

A 1-0 result over Prescot Cables Res kept South Liverpool Res three points in credit at the top of Division Two, while nearest rivals Maghull Res were idebted to efforts from Farshad Parvas, Max Hornby and an own goal, for their 3-0 success at Rainhill Town Res.

Hale's 1-1 stalemate with Ellesmere Port Town featured an own goal from both sides. 

In another tight finish, efforts from Capenhurst Villa's Ryan Eamonn and Matty Earlam were negated by a double from Ashville Res' Tyler Smith.

Adam Jones netted for West Kirby Res, but Willaston hit back via Robbie Ellis to earn a point while Matty Williams obliged with the game's only goal, as Vauxhall Motors Res won at Heswall Res.

Division Three leaders Litherland Remyca Res triumphed 3-0 at Burscough Dynamo, with Liam Van Gelder, Jake Preston and Mark Edwards making the scoresheet.

Goals from Ross Pringle and Reece Kerr helped Wirral SB to a 2-0 win at Ellesmere Port Town Res and it was another win for in-form Mersey Royal, who avenged an earlier defeat by Poulton Royal, Andy Rogers, Liam Driscoll and Jamie Leyland applying the finishing touches in a 3-1 victory.

Four-goal Liam Sparks left his calling card as Capenhurst Villa Res. romped home 5-1 at Marshalls Res, but a goal from Ryan Morgan failed to prevent second placed Page Celtic from suffering their first defeat of the season when they lost 3-1 to Chester Nomads Res. Mike Jeffs, James Tucker and Mitch Mowatt scored for the visitors.

Saturday's Youth Division action saw leaders, Runcorn Linnets Youth savvour a 5-2 result over West Kirby Utd, thanks to goals from Jack Samuel (3), Harrison Robinson and Kasie Jones but a hat trick from Litherland Remyca Youth's Peter Silcock was to no avail after Maghull Town posted a 5-4 win.

Ged Windle (3), Jake Fawcett and Joel Wharton scored for the hosts.

South Liverpool Youth's 5-0 rout of Bootle Youth was confirmed by efforts from Chris Wilkinson, Jamie Cassidy, Tyler Cadwallader, Michael Kielty and Josh McCabe.