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Wallasey & District Sunday Football League: Heswall go top
HESWALL Youth went top of the Youth division when beating Eastham Rangers 8-0 as Luke Blondel blasted home four goals, with Lloyd Smith, Ben Jones, Danny Ward and Callum Thompson also scoring.
Only one point behind are Christleton Youth who delivered a 7-0 success over Stork Youth with Sean Brisbane-3, Ben Bailey-2, John Crump and Gareth Hughes their marksmen.
Also riding high are Princes Villa who edged out Higher Beb JFC 4-3, despite efforts from Jack Cook, Josh Poole and Joe Dixon registering for Beb.
Joel Adey was a three goal hero for Manor Reds as they claimed their first win with a 3-2 result over New Brighton Youth and Ridegwood Rangers stung Wirral Scorpions with a 4-0 defeat.
Goals from Josh Davison and Wes Osumjima were not enough for Neston Nomads as Upton Youth showed them the way in a 4-2 victory.
A double strike by Rob Horgan allied to a single from Ben Cullen gave Heswall Athletic a 3-1 win at home against Manor Youth.
Rockpark look to be the tough nut to crack in division Two following their 7-1 eclipse of AFC Tima (Dan Walsh) thanks to a treble from Tom Williams and doubles from Jay Waters and Steve McShane that keeps them in top spot. Second are The Black who netted a late equaliser in the 2-2 draw Shippons, who had Tom Cook and Adam Chadwick on target.
A brace of goals from Paul Williams allied to a Steve Dadoma single earned Ship Wallasey a 3-2 success over The Rakers and Poulton Vics claimed their first win when beating Autumn FC (Jack Morfe) 3-1, due to Chris Cousins, Craig Smith and Scott Naylor scoring.
AM Plant Hire had Rob Bergwin, Mark Sharrett, John Walters and Ged Cubbin to thank for their 4-0 win against The Vineyard, which sees them up into fifth place and still unbeaten.
Mixed fortunes befell teams in the Wirral FA Premier and Amateur cups 1st round, as Millhouse put Railway Meols off the rails with an 8-0 success in which Paul Cupit-3, Jamie Quinn, Lee Mathias, Dave Rudge, James Clare and Paul Howell found the net.
Despite Gavin Williams and Karl Murphy netting for Liscard Bronze they were eliminated 4-3 against The Cat and Poulton Royal threw away a one goal lead to lose 2-1 away at Upton Villa, with Royals goal coming from Tommy Carroll, who is now their all time leading goal getter.
Amateur cup results saw FC Victoria edge home 2-1 versus Gallaghers thanks to a goal apiece from Graeme Plant and Danny Holdsworth and The Clarence had Paul Sprakes-3, Rob Allen and Jay Lloyd on target as they beat PSV Athletic 5-0.
R&C Dukes beat fellow leaguers PLCCFC 5-2, as Mike McCann-2, Ashley Robinson-2 and Chris Galvin scored, but Cetco Europe lost 3-1 to FC Ellies and a 3-0 loss to AFC Houlihans.