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Wallasey & District Sunday League
1:36pm Tuesday 8th January 2013 in Sport
THANKS to the unexpected mild weather, only two games were lost to waterlogged grounds and result of the day goes to FC Victoria in Division One following their battling 2-1 success over previously unbeaten R&C Dukes.
The win lifts them into the top four thanks to leading scorer Danny Holdsworth netting a fine double, with Mike McCann grabbing the consolation for the leaders, writes Ray Buckley.
The only Premier Division fixture resulted in complete whitewash for Great Float S&S as they sank Primrose FC with an eleven goal salvo.
On the score sheet were James Harris-4, Sean Mooney-3, Anthony Anglesey, Tom Harris, Lee Bridge and Robbie Bessell.
Dutchman Cup second round action saw Ship Wallasey sail to victory as they overcame Rockpark in a 4-0 success that had Paul Williams netting twice and Lee Grimsley and Ryan Atkinson bagged one apiece.
Goals from Phil Bibby-2 and Andy Jones were enough for Sandbrook to beat AFC Tima 3-2 and efforts from Mike Keogh, Neil Davies, Jason Flaherty and Brett Fitzsimmons earned PLCCFC a 4-1 winning margin over Upton FC who had Gary James claiming their only response.
Despite Daren Parry scoring a fine hat-trick for Cetco Europe they lost a seven-goal thriller versus The Clarence, who triumphed 4-3, thanks to a treble from Paul Sprakes and a single from Jay Lloyd in a great game.
AM Plant Hire bulldozed past Autumn FC in an 8-1 victory as Adam Baxter fired a threesome, Mark Plant a double and John Walters a single in a superb team effort. Derek Nash hit the only reply.
Poulton Vics went out 4-2 against The Black, with Jason Wylde hitting a brace of goals for Vics.
Heswall Athletic have moved into top spot in the Youth Division after their 4-2 victory away at Higher Bebington JFC thanks to goals from Will Venables (2), Ben Cullen and Matty Shaw, with the responses coming from Chris Byrne and Alex Woods.
Heswall Youth stay in close attention following their delivery of a 4-0 defeat to Stork Youth courtesy of goals from Luke Blondel (2), Louis Brown and Declan Littler.
A goal apiece by Jack Hoijord and Sean Walker gave Upton Youth a 2-0 win against Eastham Rangers and efforts from Chris Jones (2), Matty Tyson, Dan Cullen and George Sayers provided Princes Villa with a 5-1 success over Manor Youth.
A share of the spoils went to Ridgewood Rangers and Neston Nomads as they fought out a 4-4 encounter and saw Jack Roberts (2), Jamie Clague and Adam Thomas net for Rangers and firing the responses for Nomads were Josh Cook, Nathan Fleetwood, Harley Price and Alfie Hawkins.
The delayed Youth division Cup first round game resulted in a 1-0 win for New Brighton Youth thanks to a first half strike by Cal Lavelle that sunk Manor Reds in a dominant team performance.