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Wirral Sunday League
BEBINGTON turned a 2-1 deficit at MSC Eastham into a 5-2 victory and that result not only safeguarded their 100% record, but increased their lead at the top to six points in the race for the Wirral Sunday League's Division One title.
Up until the interval, Eastham were 2-1 up thanks to efforts from Stefan Jawfki and Paul Fleckner, but the visitors produced their joker in hat-trick star Darren Graham, and turned the game on its head.
Further efforts from Stuey Hardman and Liam Smith cemented a job well done.
Higher Bebington RBL displaced Bromborough Social from second spot, following a comfortable 5-0 success which featured goals from Aaron Doyle (2), Aaron Buckley, Donovan Collins and a penalty from goalkeeper Richie Cook.
Darren Wood plundered the game's only goal as Lever Bushell Athletic took maximum spoils from their encounter with Forum Athletic, while Primrose Liscard recorded their second win of the season after they won 6-2 at Wallasey Athletic Town. Anthony Daniels and John Berry scored the hosts' consolations.
Reigning Premier Division Champions Neston Nomads were given a testing time by previously unbeaten leaders Riverside, before a deflected John Lloyd effort settled a closely-fought contest and as a result, Victoria Colts Seniors assumed pole position after Alan Fowlie, Dave Evans and Neil Woods found the net in Sunday's 3-2 win against the improving Beechwood Social.
Peter Cavanagh and Owen McMahon replied for the visitors.
Kent FC's first win of the season came from an excellent game with Towers after goals from Callum Allcock and Jonathan Parkinson clinched a 2-0 win.
In Division Two, Port Sunlight claimed top spot when doubles from Tom Tudor and Gary Richards inspired them to a 6-2 verdict over Bronze.
Previous leaders Gladstone Athletic had to come from behind twice, before settling for a 2-2 stalemate with Greave.
John Hughes and Chris Lawrence were on the mark for Greave, with Dean McCrudden and Andy McFarlane in reply for the Greasby outfit.
Johnny Cable and Andy Simpson weighed in with the goals as Halfway House escaped from bottom spot after they beat Bromborough 2-1, while Champions Bar climbed to second place in the table following efforts from Andy Mallion (2), Ben Percival and Jamie Payne steered them to a 4-2 result over Star Ozzys, who had Alex Anji and Matty Reggers on target.
At Ness Park, Wirral Athletic Had to settle for a share of the points after they were held to a 4—4 draw by newcomers Grange.
Former Wirral Sunday League flag-bearers Nova, who played in the League for 20 years since 1980, are planning a re-union for all ex- players and club members on the last Saturday in October.
For further details, contact Ernie McDonald by telephoning 0151 653 0734.
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