THERE is a new look to the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division after the withdrawal of MBNA from the line up.

Sutton Athletic are now the leaders, closely followed by Christleton Celtic.

In fact only three points separate the top five teams in what is the most open competition for many years.

Christleton, unbeaten in the league since August, entertained Ellesmere Port FC, winning 4-0 thanks to goals from Jay Gilmartin, Callum Bratley, Jack Halliwell and Matty Jones.

Third-placed Shaftesbury Youth beat Helsby 4-1 with goals from John McGraa, Lee Griffiths, Danny Whitehead and Mike Parnell.

Newton Athletic had a fine 1-0 win over Higher Bebington Kelma with Danny Eaton hitting the winner.

This is the first time that Newton have managed to pull off a win over Kelma in the five times the teams have met in the league.

St Saviours are now leading the CWFL Olympic Trophies Division One after a 8-2 win over Princes Villa.

Goals from Ryan Abrahams (3), Mason Cartwright (2), Joe Burns, Liam Wall and James Atkins see the Saints move two points clear of second place Clubbies with a game in hand.

In the only other Division One game to survive the weather Carl Fowlie, Matt Elson and Luke Reece were the scorers for FC UBER as they beat Chester Argyle 3-0 at the Roodee.

Hoole Youth move into third place of the CWFL Link Up Division Two after a 3-0 away win over Eastham Athletic, thanks to a Carl Rixham brace and a further strike from Kal Owen while Crossway move into fourth with Dean Raddcliffe (2), Aaron Mulligan and James Thornley all scoring in their 4-1 win over Rossmore Rangers.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 2 Nags Head Bunbury remain top after a hard-fought 3-2 win over Dee Rangers Vets.

Damian Wood, Ian Adkins and Ade Smith were the Nags scorers with Sam Kilner hitting a brace for the Dee.

It was honours even in the highly anticipated local derby between Tarvin Vets and Ashton Vets with the teams drawing 3-3, Rob Slack and Matty Edwards (2) the scorers for Ashton.

In the day's late kick off Higher Bebington Vets beat Frodsham Park Vets 4-1. Stu Fraser hit the consolation for Frodsham.

It has been yet another frustrating week for many teams with a third of our weekend games being postponed due to the weather.

Happily though this is not the case for the CWFL Flexi 11s which continues to grow week on week.

Shaftesbury Youth are the latest club to enter a team.

They will be joining the Woodchurch Division which runs on Friday nights.

We are happy to report that all of our Flexi fixtures were played once again due to the 3G pitches they are played on.

In the CWFL Monday Night 11s at Blacon High Newton Athletic are the new leaders after a 3-0 win over AFC Chester.

Cestrian Legends rolled back the years to produce a stunning performance that seen them beat Clubbies 5-0.

Over at the Ellesmere Port Sports Village on Monday night in the CWFL Flexi 11’s Ellesmere Port Division leaders Wirral Utd were held to a 1-1 draw by Billbeckers while West Kirby beat Hoole Youth 1-0.

In the CWFL Friday Night 11s Woodchurch Division Wirral Allstars go top after beating Tipographic 5-2.

In the CWFL Friday Night 11’s in Ellesmere Port River Juniors retain the 100% record with a 5-0 win over Waverton.

Travs remain in second spot despite being held to a 1-1 draw against CBP who had Mark Roberts to thank for their goal with a 25 yard wonder strike and FC River beat North West Brom 4-2.