5:00pm Tuesday 15th April 2014
By Ernie McDonald
CAPENHURST Villa kicked for home in the race for the Carlsberg West Cheshire League's Division Two title, and went seven points clear at the top, following Saturday's 2-1 eclipse of promotion rivals Helsby.
An Andy Noonan hat-trick was supplemented by further efforts from Mike Large (2), Billy New, Tom Ashcroft and Asley Male, as Willaston top scored with an 8-1 decision over Mersey Royal. Dave Adams, Peter McShane, Tom Jones, Darren Dunne and Adam Winstanley bagged a goal apiece in Heswall Reserves' fine 5-3 win at Marshalls.
Despite a goal from Richie Foulkes, the chances of Heswall retaining their top flight status suffered further following a 1-1 draw with South Liverpool, who had the Division's leading marksman Cameron Dalton on target.
Chris Bowe's double anchored West Kirby to a 2-1 win at Mossley Hill Athletic, while Craig Cairns, Danny Dixon, Adam Lea and Jon Strange all made the score sheet, as Cammell Laird Reserves accounted for Blacon YC 4-1.
Newton's winning streak continued thanks to a 5-0 blitz of Christleton, which featured efforts from Brad Smart, Paddy Hamid, Don Huston, Lee Kissock and John Murphy.
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