WIRRAL SB will face Page Celtic in the Carlsberg West Cheshire League's Shield final, after they came from behind and turned a 1-0 deficit into a 4-1 victory against Cheshire Lines Reserves.

A sparkling double from Ross Pringle was supplemented by further efforts from Charlie Andrews and Kieran Wooley as Wirral progressed to the final, scheduled for Ashville on Tuesday, March 20 (7.30pm kick off).

Ollie Sawle bagged Lines' consolation.

This season's Liverpool County FA Youth cup final will be an all-West Cheshire affair, after Cameron Grant (3) and Joe Carroll netted in Bootle Youth's 4-2 eclipse of Maghull Youth and South Liverpool Youth put paid to Litherland Remyca Youth 2-0, courtesy of a goal apiece from Mike Kielty and Jordan McDonagh.

After 90 minutes had produced a 0-0 stalemate, Vauxhall Motors Res accounted for Hale 5-3 on pens and earned their passage to the Haworth & Gallagher Bowl final. 

Ashville Res joined the Motormen in the final when they beat Capenhurst Villa 5-0 with Ryan Youds, Ryan Smith, Liam Davies, Stewart Hardman and Mark Head on target.

On the domestic scene, Division One leaders, South Liverpool, stayed six points in credit at the top but were indebted to a solitary effort from Cameron Dalton, which dented the hopes of a resilient West Kirby, while nearest rivals, Vauxhall Motors, came from 2-1 down to beat fourth placed challengers, Mossley Hill Ath 3-2, with goals from Josh Donnelly, Josh Brabin and Tom Davies.

After winning 4-0 at Ashville in midweek, Heswall were second best at Maghull where three goal Gerard Mullen took the plaudits in a 5-0 victory. Danny Boyle and Anthony Price were the other marksmen.

In contrast, Ashville bounced back in style and beat Marshalls 3-0, thanks to efforts from Ben Greenop (2) and Sam Hunt.

Jamie Hurworth, Grard King and Jackson Ellis applied the finishing touches as Newton savoured a 3-0 result over Neston Nomads while Steve Rowlands claimed the game's only goal, as Upton AA got the better of local rivals, Chester Nomads.

Tommy Johnstone, Callum Morrison and Craig McNamara put Mallaby 3-2 up at Redgate Rovers with 10 minutes to go, before late goals from Anthony Poole and Adam Edwards earned the hosts a 4-3 decision.

Elsewhere, the points were shared after a goal from Rainhill Town's Adam Johnson was negated by a reply from Richmond Raith Rovers' Adam Houghton.

In Division Two, Ellesmere Port Town's chances of promotion were boosted, after they took advantage of one of their numerous games in hand and beat Cheshire Lines 2-1.

Adam Storton and Sam Toy were the scorers.

Second-placed South Liverpool Res were anchored to a 4-0 victory over West Kirby Res by Dave Mee (2), Andy Walker and Luke Partington but depite a Phil Owen penalty, Willaston capitulated 3-1 to replies from Rainhill Town Res' Chris Raynard, Henry Newnes and Jack West.

Goals from Archie Rodriguez (2) and Luke Wynne saw Mossley Hill Ath Res win 3-0 at Heswall Res and it was celebration time for Maghull Res, who beat Prescot Cables Res. 2-1, Dave Lynch and Jordan Dilworth finding the net.

Mesrey Royal moved into second place in Division Three, after Andy Rogers, Tom Morgan and Liam Driscoll made the scoresheet in Saturday's 3-1 triumph over Capenhurst Villa Res.

Michele Appollonio, Johnny Lee and Sandro Malletta were the scorers as Chester Nomads won by the same scoreline against Poulton Royal and in another 3-1 finish, Dan Grace, Dan Abayomi and Owen Hough netted as Marshalls Res beat Burscough Dynamo, who hit back via Dillon Bousique-Green.

Vauuxhall Motors Youth's title chances in the Youth Division suffered after efforts from Bailey Duffield (2), Josh Dudley and Ben Marr inspired Runcorn Linnets Youth to a welcome 4-3 win.