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Wallasey & District Sunday Football League: Victory for Millhouse
PREMIER division leaders Millhouse claimed the points after grinding out a 5-2 success over The Cheese thanks to a double salvo from Dave Rudge and singles from Jamie Quinn, James Clare and Perrie Black.
Windsor wasted a one-nil lead provided by Robbie Black against Great Float S&S and were swept away by a four goal blast in the final 25 minutes as a superb Tommy Fardoe volley completed the scoring, after a Nick Cooper double and a single from Sean Mooney had turned the game around.
Liscard Bronze only had an own goal in their favour as they lost 1-3 at home versus Cheshire Cheese and lost the chance to close the gap at the top.
The remaining division Two Cup quarter finals resulted in wins for Shippons, Ship Wallasey and Black FC, with the latter relying on goal king Stuart Speed to bag a brace in a 2-1 win over Rockpark who replied through Connor Flynn, but they also missed a penalty at 0-0.
Ship dug deep to beat AM Plant Hire 3-1, as Paul Williams-2 and Ryan Atherton scored, with Adam Baxter netting the consolation.
A great second half by Shippons saw them roll over The Vineyard with a 4-0 victory in which Adam Chadwick bagged a double and Scott Tebb and Tom Cook added singles to take the tie.
Division One action saw R&C Dukes defeat close rivals PLCCFC 4-2, when coming from behind as both Ray Hoey and Rob Langton bagged a brace of goals, with Sean Woods and Neil Davies hitting the replies.
Irby FC took the spoils versus The Clarence in a 4-3 win, as Luke Burton and Sam Langan netted doubles and grabbing the responses were Stuart Pritchard-2 and Paul Sprakes.
Up into second place are Cetco Europe following their 3-2 away win against FC Victoria, due to efforts from Daren Parry, Vinny O’Toole and Lee Plant and the replies came from Danny Holdsworth and Daren White.
Danny King was a three goal marksman for The Rakers in division Two as they overcame Poulton Vics 4-1 in a hard fought battle and Andy Richardson added the fourth to keep them in the promotion mix.
AFC Tima remain mid-table after beating Sandbrook FC 3-1 due to Mike Redgrift, Sean Roberts and Simon Richards netting the goals.
Youth division Cup second round games saw Heswall Athletic show Neston Nomads the way with a 5-2 success in which Rob Horgan-2, Mike Cullen-2 and Aaron Woods scored.
New Brighton Youth delivered a 4-0 defeat on Stork Youth thanks to goals from Rhys Wynne-2, Shaun Scott and Matty Holden and Christleton Youth overcame Princes Villa 5-1 courtesy of efforts by Sean Brisbane-2, Lewis Donovan-2 and an own goal.
A fine brace of goals from Jack Roberts allied to singles by Olly Powell, Reece Kerr and Adam Thomas gave Ridgewood Rangers a 5-1 victory over Higher Beb JFC to complete the last four contingent.
Only one fixture in the Youth division resulted in a 5-1 success for Manor Reds over Eastham Rangers, who had Danny Speed as their lone marksman. On target for Manor were Joe Murphy, Connor Reeves, Dan Herbert, Matty Gibbins and an own goal.