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Wallasey and district Sunday League
LISCARD Bronze still lead the Premier division after their hard fought 4-2 success over Heswall Sunday, who had Owen Kelsey and Sam Langan as their marksmen.
But up into second place are The Cheese following their impressive 5-2 away win at Cetco Europe as Daren Sutton (2), Steve Lively (2) and Steve Loughran bagged the goals, with efforts from Vinny O’Toole and Jamie Plant not being enough for the home side.
Poulton Royal came from a goal down against Grange Moreton to record a 2-1 win thanks to efforts from Sean Gandy and Graham Edge. Zak Nowell hit the net for Grange.
Debut boy Josh Amis netted for Millhouse as they beat Great Float S&S 3-1, with Perrie Black and Liam Jameson adding the others.
Division One action saw Black FC retain top spot after a battling 3-2 victory over PLCCFC as Stuart Speed, Mike Scullion and Craig Richmond found the net, but staying close are Rockpark who beat Clarence 2-0.
A goal apiece from Adam Baxter and Jon Walters gave AM Plant Hire a 2-0 success over AFC Tima for their first win and FC Victoria claimed a good win when beating Upton FC 4-3, with goals from Danny Holdsworth (2), Matty Banks and John Lear.
Top scorers of the day were Sheridans in Division Two who romped home 9-1 against Autumn FC, as Peter Rutter (3), Dale Atherton(2), Hayden Ryan (2), Jordan Burghall and Lewis Hone fired the goals and Stuart Payne netted the lone response.
Ship Wallasey sailed to victory to stay second with a 4-0 win against Vineyard, thanks to efforts from Liam Murphy, Paul Hale, Matty Kennedy and Phil Burton.
Nelson Grove claimed a 3-2 success over Parkfield96, as Connor Hodgson-2 and James Kelly scored and Cavendish edged home 3-1 against Sandbrook thanks to Leon Jones (2) and Carl Gardner netting.
In the Dundee Youth division New Brighton Youth lead the way following their 7-0 eclipse of Rossway United, as Rob Paige (2), Cal Lavelle, Lewis Hewitt, Rhys Wynne, Carl Hamm and an own-goal registered.
Christleton retained their 100% start with a 4-2 away success at Upton Youth thanks to a double from Joe Kirk and singles from Harry Paige and Ben Gregory. Adam Hurst & Jack Maher scored for the home side.
Ryan Foo was a three-goal hero for Ashville B as they beat Manor Reds 6-0, with Wade Sword (2) and Ryan Anderson adding the extras.
Goals from Ryan Mathews and Oliver Christiensen were not enough for Neston Nomads who lost their way against Heswall Youth in a 3-2 reversal, as Luke Blondel (2) and Martin Whalley netted.
Heading the Grove Youth division are Upton Town who beat AFC Bebington Athletic 3-0 with goals from Joe Murray (2) and Alex Pitt, but up into second place are West Kirby Wasps, who stung Vauxhalls Colts in a 4-1 win. Previous leaders AFC Liverpool went down 4-1 versus Ashville Youth and sharing the spoils were Manor Youth and Victoria Colts in a 2-2 draw.
Beechwood Falcons winged their way to a 3-2 win over Gayton JFC, and Wallasey Wanderers beat New Brighton Saints 4-0 to leave Saints bottom.
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