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Wallasey and district Sunday League: Top spot for Irby
WIRRAL FA Amateur Cup holders Irby FC claimed their final spot again with a convincing 3-1 defeat of Shafts YC B.
Terry Ainsworth bagged a double and Andy James notched a single in a great team performance, which the league are really proud of and congratulations go to manager Matty Kerr and the squad for their excellent success.
Premier division action saw Liscard Bronze turn the screw at the top with a 4-2 success over The Cheese thanks to a brace of goals from Danny Banicale and singles from Lee Davey and Carl Murphy, with Anton Corser hitting a brace in reply.
Millhouse stay top despite drawing 2-2 with Windsor, as James Clare and Paul Cupit scored, with Andy Kingan and Craig Smith on target for Windsor.
Poulton Royal slipped to third after forfeiting a one nil lead given to them by Liam Kelly, as Great Float S&S surged back to score two late goals through Lee Bridge and Tom Harris to claim the points.
Daren Parry snatched two goals for Cetco Europe in division One as they beat PLCCFC 3-0, with the third coming from goalkeeper Mike Wise with a long range effort. Despite Dave Walmsley finding the net Grange Moreton went down 4-1 to Upton FC as Steve Cross-2, Mike Large and Eddie Wood netted.
Two goals from Robert Langton and singles from Ray Hoey and Mike McCann saw R&C Dukes record a 4-0 victory over FC Victoria to keep them nine points clear at the top.
A goal apiece from Wayne Ball and Tom Williams earned Rockpark FC a 2-0 success over The Rakers and they retain top spot in division Two, but keeping pace are Black FC who romped home 8-1 against Poulton Vics (Paul Cummins) thanks to efforts from Craig Richmond-2, Stuart Speed-2, Tom Freeman, Ben Speed, Mally Mawdsley and Mark Cullimore.
Autumn FC secured their first point of the season in a 2-2 draw with The Vineyard, with mark Roberts and Dave Southall netting for Vineyard.
A late penalty save by the goalie of Ship Wallasey earned his team all three points as they beat Shippons FC 2-1, thanks to goals from Dale Atherton and Paul Williams to keep them third.
AM Plant Hire dug deep to beat Sandbrook FC 5-1 and had scorers in Adam Baxter-2, Rob Bergwin, Mark Plant and Eddie Carruthers which keeps them in the promotion mix.
Six games in the Youth division produced 27 goals as Stork Youth recorded their best win of the season in a 5-0 win over Rossway United due to a four goal salvo from Tom Lock and a single from Mike Parry.
New Brighton Youth went one better with a 6-0 victory over Eastham Rangers in which Rob Page-2, Nathan Noronha-2, Shaun Scott and Tim Hughes found the net and Christleton Youth moved up to second following their 4-1 win at Neston Nomads (Wes Osunjimi) as Rhys Donnington, Josh Shaw, Sean Brisbane and Tom Richardson netted.
A Stuart Taylor double allied to a single by Alex Woods earned Higher Beb JFC a 3-2 success over Heswall Youth and a goal apiece from Reece Kerr and Matt Garrity gave Ridgewood Rangers the points when winning 2-1 at Upton Youth (Matt Crawford).
Manor Reds took the bragging rights as they won their derby match 2-1 against Manor Youth due to efforts from Matt Gibbins and Sean Dillon in an even encounter.