IN the Wirral Premier Cup first round Ellesmere Port Athletic where mauled by The Cat 8-0.

Millhouse won 3- 2 against West Kirby FC; Mike Bristow scoring both West Kirby goals.

Queens Park FC mauled Dock AFC 4-2 with goals from Craig Griffiths (2) Charlie Mcinnes and Stuart Jackson. Jay Clare scored both Dock goals.

Saughall FC lost 4-1 against Rock Ferry Social.

Two goals from R Griffiths and one for T Hodson couldn't prevent Shaftes losing 5-3 against Heygarth FC, Shaun Cuncliffe (2) Steven Forbes, Mike Hulse and own goal with Heygarth goals.

Woodchurch Utd, with goals from Ben Holmes (2) and Ludgate beat Westminster 3-2. Telegraph FC overcome Bromborough Park in the Wirral Amateur Cup first round, winning 3-1 after extra-time.

Kevin Winders, Adam Eaton and Daryl Hellon scored for Telegraph.

Goals from Leon Jones (2) and Antony Jolley saw Willows FC win 3-0 against Madisons.

In Division One, a classy hat-trick from Jamie Parker and one from Jay Williamson saw Bushell Athletic win 4-2 against Swan FC.

Marty O'Shea and Ric Carey scored for Swan. 

Lions FC, with goals from Luke Holland and Ameel Al Gamri went down 4-2 against Shaftesbury Youth.

Kyle Bennett (2) one each for Lewis McKnight and Tom Ellis with Shafts goals.

One game in Division Two saw CAD Athletic v Poulton Victoria Youth end 2-2, Ben Evans & Brad Farrington scoring for CAD, Jason Bull & Nick Tregear replying for Poulton.

In Division Three, two goals from Jake Jones and one for Jack McGrotty saw Bierhaus FC win 3-2 against Barcode FC, Mark Cooper and Ben Kierman replying for Barcode.

Oval FC with goals from Paul Ricci (2) and one for Jordan Watson drew 3-3 with MSC Eastham, Laurence Whelan getting all three Eastham goals.

Oxton FC lost 4-1 against Wirral Athletic, John Berry (2), Hayden Clewes & Tom Mulryan scoring for Wirral Rangers Breaks remain top of Division Three after beating Victoria Colts 4-1.

Jack Cook, Peter Burns, Scott Christianson and Chris Carress scored for Breaks, Richie Hughes replying for Colts.

Goals from Shane Neermul, Aaron Griffiths, Liam Blundell, Jay Waters and Matt Lydiate saw Wirral Radio beat Stirrup S&S 5-0