GOALS galore in the First division saw leaders Poulton Vics claim victory in a 13-goal extravaganza as they fought back from 4-2 down to claim the points in the dying minutes with a 7-6 verdict to bowl over PLCCFC.

Bagging their goals were Jack Ledsham (2), Sean Gandy, Graham Edge, Andy Beaver, Jamie Payne and Craig Kay.

Claiming the responses in this all-action feature were Brett Fitzsimmons (2), Lewis Toland (2), Anton Jolley and Tom Rigby.

Also on the goal trail were JASGA PV who saw their way past Liver View with a 8-1 success in which Stewart Speed netted five times, Daren Pritchard scored twice and Alex Duff fired a single to keep them well-placed in second position.

Queens Liscard drew level on points with St Andrews United after beating them 3-2 with goals from Adam Hannigan, James Broadbent and Steve Wilson in a very even affair.

Hitting the replies were James Scott and Jack Kemp.

Action from the Wirral DFA Junior Cup second round saw Halfway House evict Woodchurch Rovers 3-1, thanks to a double strike from Kal Herbert and a single goal from Filippo Iulianela in a great team effort.

Penalties were required to decide the Trident versus Eastham Rangers Colts game that ended 2-2 after ninety minutes with Trident progressing with a 4-3 spot kick result.

This, after Jason Rigby had scored twice to keep the scores level.

Vineyard also needed a penalty shoot-out to dispose of Rangers Breaks after drawing 2-2 and having Reece Howells-Pratt and Steve Mole as their scorers and they won 4-2 on penalties.

Barnston PV eased home 4-0 versus Barcode FC due to Ricardo Royes netting a treble and Tom Warburton a single in a flowing team performance.

Glenavon Athletic eased to the top of the Dundee Youth division after running out 8-1 winners over the understrength Wallasey Wanderers thanks to Jamie Woods netting four goals, Jack Templeton adding a double and Joe Povall and Liam McCue added singles, with Harry Griffiths bagging the lone response.

Two goals from Connor Howley helped Groves FC to remain second after their battling 2-1 success over Park Royal, who had Jack Cureton as their lone marksman.

In the Grove Youth division Young Lions roared past Phoenix the Flames to climb two places following their 7-0 victory as Adam Clarke (2), Josh Thelwell, Aaron O'Hare, Owen Tomlinson, Callum Bennett and Liam Atherton found the net.

Upton Youth took advantage of the inactive Delta Colts to claim top spot after their hard fought 2-1 verdict over Groves Rovers due to David Marrin and Ethan Lane netting a goal apiece and claiming the lone reply was Ivan Balaba.