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Wallasey and district Sunday league round-up
ROB Langton netted five times for R&C Dukes to give them a 100% start to their division One campaign and putting them top of the table.
Also on target were Mike McCann and Ashley Robinson with a goal each in this 7-1 victory over Upton FC.
Cetco Europe had Daren Parry as a three goal marksman as they beat FC Victoria 4-1, with Paul Robinson adding the fourth and Danny Holdsworth scoring the consolation.
The Clarence are second in the division due to their 7-1 thrashing of below strength Grange Moreton due to Gary Philp-2, Lee Parsons-2, Jay Lloyd, Paul Sprakes and Gary Fletcher getting the goals in a good team effort. Liam Parry scored the lone response.
Premier division action saw Liscard Bronze propel themselves to top spot after washing away Great Float S&S in a second half that saw them net three times to take the points in a hard earned 3-0 success in which Kyle Birch claimed two and Steve Bridge the third.
Derby day action saw The Cheese share six goals and the points with the Cheshire Cheese as they drew 3-3 in a real thriller.
On target for Cheese were Max Blood with a double and Jack McGonagall, with Craig Bennett notching a brace and Peter Navarro a single in reply.
Primrose recorded their first victory when defeating Windsor 5-1, who had Steve Laycock as their only scorer.
Top of division Two are Rockpark following their third win on the bounce, as they ran out 5-3 winners against Poulton Vics thanks to James Waters-2, Anthony Clarkson, Tom Williams and Wayne Ball finding the net.
Enjoying their early form is Ship Wallasey (ex Moreton Armchair) as they eased home 7-1 against an off colour Black FC, with five goals coming after the break.
Steve Dadoma fired home four of them, followed by efforts from Paul Williams-2 and Steve Seddon. Rakers shared the spoils with Sandbrook in a 1-1 encounter in which Like Dillon netted for Rakers.
Despite Dean Rice scoring the first ever league goal for Autumn FC they went down 2-1 versus Shippons who had Adam Chadwick and Jon Williams as their marksmen.
Manor Youth are still to concede a goal and now lead the youth division following their 3-0 away success at Wirral Scorpions as John Stephens, Ben Ryan and Liam Rigby netted.
A double strike by Sean Walker gave Upton Youth a 2-0 victory over New Brighton Youth and a goal apiece from Andy Battersby and Ben McGilloway earned Rossway United their first points in a 2-1 eclipse of Eastham Rangers. Heswall Youth went nap against Manor Reds in a 5-3 win that saw Luke Blondel score twice and Chris Davies, Keiran Woolley and Aiden Middleton all bagged singles.
Sam Turner fired home a fine treble for Ridgewood Rangers as they beat Higher Beb JFC (Jack Cook) 4-1, with Callum McNulty adding the extra to secure their first win. Princes Villa lost their first game at Christleton Youth as Josh Shaw claimed a superb treble for the home team in a 3-1 win.