HALF way to securing their first trophy are Halfway House after they bowled over PLCCFC 3-0 in the Second division Cup semi final with goals from Joe Skinner, Joe Cooper and Matty Snowden in a well-contested fixture.

They will now play the winner of North Wirral Saints and St Andrews United due to the latter easing out Stonegate in the second round tie with a 3-2 success thanks to Carl Connor, Jack Kemp and Matt Bos finding the net.

Bagging the responses for Stonegate were Tom White and Rob Miller in an even encounter.

First division Cup second round ties saw JASGA PV cling on to a 3-2 victory after being 3-0 ahead against Wallasey Mens.

Providing the lead were Rob Burgwin (2) and Daren Pritchard but Mens hit back through a Connor Eccles brace to ensure a nervy finish.

Queens Liscard showed Liver View the way when defeating them 2-1 with a goal apiece from Dan Verdin and Chris Smith and also into the semis are Nelson FC who overcame Upton Town 6-0 thanks to a treble from Callum Morrison and singles from Harry Little, Alex Vile and Kieran Sait.

The only game in the First division saw AFC Tima claim their first win as they won a seven goal thriller 4-3 versus Upton FC as Mike Redgrift and Daren Morrell hit doubles, with Steve Croman, Lawrence Whelan and Mike Large netting the replies.

The hopes of having a finalist in the Wirral DFA junior cup ended as Eastham Rangers were beaten 6-2 by CDS Flooring despite goals from Martin Marshall and Alex Woods.

Dundee Youth division leaders FC Phoenix had to settle for a point as they drew 1-1 with Groves FC with a Zak Harbour effort their only goal.

Manor Youth are now just one point behind after beating Eastham Rangers Youth 3-2 with goals from Connor Lloyd-Jones, Niall Williams and Jack Beggs.

A double strike by Jamie Eaton allied to singles from Lewis Devoy and Joe Kay saw Neston Nomads find a way past Wirral SB in a 4-3 success.

Top score of the day came in the Grove Youth division as Eastham Rangers Colts doused Phoenix the Flames as they rode home in a 22-1 victory.

Bagging the goals were Harry Deijnan (6), George Jones (5), Harry Baldwin (3), Ryan Wright (3), Matthias Alphonso (2), Ben Bridge, Joe Ellis and Tom Bridge.

Still undefeated are Higher Beb U-17s but they only secured a point in the 2-2 draw with Glenavon Athletic thanks to goals from Rob Golightly and Ben Hibberd.

Irby Youth are three points clear at the top following their 3-1 defeat of Park Royal as Sam Lane, Liam Cullen and Craig Francis found the net.

West Kirby United Panthers are joint second after they clipped the wings of Allport Hawks in a 6-0 win that saw Brad Bland net twice and Ben Banks, Rob Nairn, Tom Hughes and Matty Leising all fired singles in a good team effort.