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Wirral Sunday League: Hat-trick hero Doyle helps Higher Bebington to victory
HIGHER Bebington RBL made it six wins in succession, after an Aaron Doyle hat trick inspired the unbeaten Wirral Sunday League Division Two leaders to a 4-1 result over Gladstone Ath.
Ryan Clayford was the other marksman as the Legion maintained their 100% record and held on to pole position on goal difference.
Nearest rivals, Lever Bushell Ath., enjoyed an easy run out against Bromborough, and confirmed Sunday's 4-0 victory with goals from Kieran Latham(3) and Shaun Smith.
Bebington's stock continued to rise, after hat tricks from Stuey Hardman and Chris Nenner inspired them to an 8-2 decision at Star Ozzys, while Champions Bar remained in the leading group's
slipstream, after three goal Terry Orange played a key part in a 4-1 win over fellow newcomers, Port Sunlight.
A determined display from Halfway House enabled them to take a point after they drew 2-2 with Forum Ath. John Cable and Nathan Herbert scored for the Childer Thornton outfit, with Mike Dunn(2) on
the mark for Forum.
Wirral Ath's eagerly awaited first win of the season, came via a 4-1 verdict over bottom club Bee Hive, thanks to efforts from Alex Hennessy(2) Dave Herd and James Southwark.
New leaders in Division One, are Riverside, who went top after Charlie Park, Chris Maddocks, Johnny Warren, James Taylor and Mark Heaton hit the target in the 5-1 rout of Bronze Social Liam
McMullen netted the Wallasey club's consolation.
Third-placed Ravenscroft maintained interest, after they won 3-1 at Astra Ath. and in a goal packed clash, goals from Mike Watson, Chris Lewis, Dean Nunn and Barry McKay saw Student Sixes shade
Eagle & Crown 4-3. Eagle's response was an Andy Wilson double and a stunning free kick from Richie Nugent.
In the Division's match of the day, arch rivals, Sheridans and Windmill settled for a share of the spoils after they finished 4-4.
Ben Percival(3) and Owen Hassall scored for Sherries, and Kyle O'Neill was a two goal hero for the Windy.
Reigning Premier Division champions, Neston Nomads, were indebted to a Paul Ellison hat trick and further goals from Dean(2) & Nick Jones for their 6-0 win at Railway Meols, which kept them in
top spot on goal difference. Nearest rivals, Towers, had Kyle Williams on target, but forfeited the chance to assume the leadership, after Ryan Innes equalised for the improving Tixall
Goals from speed merchant, Eddie Briers and Alan Fowlie gave Sportsmans Victoria a dream start against Amazon Mangement, and although Briers claimed his second of the game, the visitors salvaged a
point, after they rallied through Mike Hindley(2) and Chris Garvey.
Elsewhere, a Rob Price double was scant reward for Clarence, who went down to replies from Kent FC'S Dean Judge(2) Jay Davies and an own goal.
MSC Eastham are on the lookout for players to bolster their Premier Division squad and invite interested persons to contact the club secretary, Paul Gee as soon as possible.(Tel. 07944968599)