Wallasey and district Sunday League: Mature Cheese rise to second as they hit five (From Wirral Globe)
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Wallasey and district Sunday League: Mature Cheese rise to second as they hit five
A MATURE display by The Cheese saw them rise to second in the Premier division with a 5-3 defeat of Millhouse as Mike McGraa bagged a double and Jack Hammond, Steve Lively and Tony Langrell added singles in a great team effort.
Lias Black, Paul Cupit and Jamie Quinn netted for the visitors.
In an evenly-fought contest Windsor pushed leaders Liscard Bronze all the way, but better finishing gave Bronze a 3-1 success.
Yet again Grange Moreton failed to keep a lead and lost out to Great Float S&S 2-1 as Daren Pritchard and James Harris netted for Float and Jamie Rice claimed the Grange goal.
Premier Division Cup first-round action saw Heswall Sunday record their first win when beating Poulton Royal 3-2 as JP Lewis, Scott Nickson and Sam Langan got on the score sheet.
A double strike by Liam Kennedy and single from Mike Large gave Upton FC a 3-1 verdict over Rockpark FC in the only game Division One, with Tom Williams bagging the consolation.
In Division Two an own-goal plus an a Aaron Cummins strike were enough for Poulton Vics to beat Autumn FC 2-0 to move them up to third spot.
But netting five were Cavendish FC who eased home 5-0 over Nelson Grove, thanks to a Leon Jones treble and one apiece from Simon Parsonage and Steve Neena.
The only Wirral FA Junior Cup second round game resulted in Ship Wallasey sailing to a late victory over New Ferry Rangers as they came from 1-3 down to win 5-3, as Kyle Birch-3, Lee Thompson and Neil Carruthers got the goals. PLCCFC lost 5-3 versus AM Plant Hire in the Wirral FA Amateur cup second round.
Wirral FA Youth Cup second round action saw AFC Liverpool beat AFC Beb Athletic 2-0 with efforts from Lewis Galer and Aaron Cross and a brace of goals from Tom Cardus gave Ashville Youth a 2-1 win against Heswall Youth who replied through Joe Cole.
Goals from Mark McMahon and Max Daforno gave Eastham Rangers a 2-2 draw after extra time versus Upton Youth, but Upton went through with a penalty shoot out win.
Manor Youth lost 0-5 against Ashville B who had Ryan Foo, Liam Malloy, Dom Swift, Wade Sword and Calum Lockley on target, but one goal from Alfie Hawkins saw Neston Nomads show Gayton the way in a 1-0 win.
Two goals from Josh Shaw allied to an own goal and a Tom Owen effort gave Christleton Youth a 4-1 result over New Brighton Youth who responded through Ben Ledgerton.
One game in the Grove Youth division Wallasey Wanderers beat New Brighton Saints (Ben Morrell-2) 5-2 as Jack Murray-2, Steve Kennedy, Joey Swann and Connor McAvoy all netted.
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