SHERIDANS secured the Division Two cup with a vintage performance against a battling Vineyard as they ran out 5-0 winners.

Sheridans dedicated their victory to player Daniel King who is suffering from Hodgkins Lymphoma, and the league management committee wish him a successful recovery.

Sheridans’ man of the match Lee Grimsley urged his team on and goals from Alan Jones, Danny Kelly, Peter Rutter, Paul Williams and Steve Rutter saw off the challenge of Vineyard, who had their man of the match in captain Martin Wilde, who belied his 45 years.

Premier Division action saw leaders Liscard Bronze edge closer to the title with a 7-1 defeat of Grange Moreton (Lewis Clark) as Dean Chapman and Carl Murphy hit doubles.

Mark Howells, Sam Hunt and Steve Bridge all hit the net and they now need three more points for the title.

Millhouse remain in contention after a hard fought 2-1 success over Cetco Europe thanks to James Clare and Jamie Quinn finding the net and Lee Plant replied for cup finalists Cetco.

Both Mark Murray and Owen Kelsey fired a brace apiece for Heswall Sunday as they overcame Windsor 4-3, who replied through Andy Kingan-2 and Dave Almond who will hoping for better luck in next week’s cup final.

Ship Wallasey moved to the top of Division Two following their 3- 0 win against Shippons FC as Paul Hale netted a double and Andrew Spearing grabbed a single to give them a three-point advantage.

Christleton retained their lead at the top of the Dundee Youth Division due to a 4-1 success over Higher Beb (Jack Cook) as Dan Paige (2), Callum Woods and Joe Kirk registered the goals.

Ashville B are close behind after their 3-1 defeat of Neston Nomads (Martin Marshall) as Tom Povey, Ryan Foo and Kieran Donaghue scored and Manor Reds gained an excellent 6-1 away win against Rossway United (Lee Eccleston) thanks to efforts from Adam Ormond-2, Connor Reeves, Matt Gibbins, Calum Murphy and Danny Herbert.

Vauxhall Colts were stung by West Kirby Wasps in the Grove Youth Division. Wasps bagged five goals without reply and they came from Tom Johnstone-(2), Tyler Ward, Jack Ireland and Tyler Dodd to keep them in the title hunt.

Goals from Jacob Cotgrave, Brandon Burns, Jake Adams and Isaac Mud earned Manor Youth a 4-0 verdict over New Brighton Saints.

Ashville Youth also won 4-0 when beating AFC Beb Athletic with goals from Louis Brown, Ryan Highton and Calum Smith (2).

Upton Town and Victoria Colts shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw thanks to Joe Murray and Alex Pitt netting for Town and Peter Monroe and Jack Arnold replied for Colts.

Despite an Alex Northover goal, AFC Liverpool lost 3-1 to divisional leaders Wallasey Wanderers who had Chris Bradburn, Danny Lomax and Joe
Swann on target to keep them above Manor on goal difference.