FIXTURES are still being lost due to poor playing facilities, but many did go ahead and saw JASGA PV maintain their 100% league record in the First Division with a regal performance over Queens Liscard in a 6-2 success.

On target were Ben Speed, Adam Baxter, Stewart Speed, Daren Pritchard, Tom Freeman and Jordan Griffiths.

But staying top on goal difference are Poulton Vics who beat AFC Tima 7-0 with goals from Dan Banicale (2), Lee Davey (2), Ben Winstanley, Sean Gandy and Craig Palliser.

Nelson FC also notched seven goals as they overcame Upton FC 7-1 as Josh Davies (2), Callum Morrison, Luke Street, John Davies and Craig McNamara (2) found the net and Steve Croman netted the only reply.

Wallasey Mens went down 1-0 versus Liver View.

Halfway House climbed into second place in the Second Division following their 4-2 victory over Eastham Rangers thanks to efforts from Joe Cooper, Andy Simpson, Josh Robertson and Tristan Kelly with Alex Woods and Jordan Crowder netting the replies.

A goal apiece from Callum Saint, Mike Westcott and Jamie Mitchell gave North Wirral Saints a 3-1 verdict over Trident whose lone scorer was Andrew Mallion from the penalty spot.

Only one of the Second Division Cup games took place but saw PLCCFC stump the chances of Shedz FC in a 3-1 win as Jason Flaherty bagged a brace and Sean Woods added a single with Mike Chwalko grabbing the consolation.

The Youth Divisions Cup saw a few cancellations but also saw Irby Youth oust Wallasey Wanderers 6-0 as Ryan Morris, Alex Weston and Liam Cullen all bagged doubles to seal the victory.

A Simon Lunn double allied to singles from Tom Grubb and Joe Irvine earned Park Royal a 4-1 success over Eastham Rangers Youth and strikes from Matty Leisind (2), Brad Bland, Tom Danby and an own goal saw West Kirby United Panthers maul Neston Nomads 5-2 who replied through Brandon Rigg and Jamie Eaton.

Glenavon Athletic needed extra time to beat AC Hoylake 2-1 thanks to Alex Lamb getting the late winner.

Louie Fox netted for Hoylake and Matty McBurney for Athletic in the opening 90 minutes.

More sad news befell the league last week with reports of Keith Fletcher passing away after a long fight against illness and as a league we pass on our sincere condolences to his wife Linda and all family members.

Keith was an excellent centre back and won many honours in the league during his eventful years with St Joseph's and he also played for the league representative team.

He is a sad loss to his family and football in general.