SECOND division fixtures saw all games drawn as teams collected their first points of the campaign.

Leaders Trident looked set for victory as a Jason Rigby effort and a superb Matty Madden goal put them 2-0 ahead, but a stirring comeback by Barnston PV saw an excellent free-kick goal from Ricardo Royes and a last-minute equaliser from a bullet header by Jamie Mitchell earn a point just after they had missed a penalty.

Halfway House travelled to Runcorn and earned a 4-4 draw against Runcorn Select thanks to goals from Kal Herbert (2), Joe Skinner and Alex Woods to remain second.

A goal apiece from Alan Mitchell and Alex Moody helped Vineyard to share the spoils with Eastham Rangers as they drew 2-2.

Poulton Vics increased their lead at the top of the First division following a 7-2 success over Upton FC courtesy of a four-goal blast by Joe Magee and singles from Danny Banicale, Graham Edge and Ben Winstanley.

Hard-working Queens Liscard were put to the sword by Nelson FC in a 5-2 defeat due to singles from Callum Morrison, Ben Dunn, Jon Pomphrett, Andy Walker and Mike Redgrift with the replies coming from Alex Martin and Steve Wilson.

PLCCFC ran out 4-0 winners over Liver View as Adam McComb, George Craven, Jason Flaherty and Brett Fitzsimmons all found the net to put them in fourth place.

Glenavon Athletic sprinted to a 6-2 victory over Park Royal to increase their leadership of the Dundee Youth division thanks to Jack Templeton, Joe Povall and Leighton Clarke all firing doubles in a fine team performance.

Joe Wood and Joe Irvine bagged the responses for Park.

New Ferry Rangers won an eight-goal thriller 5-3 versus Wallasey Wanderers as Ryan Jones, Owen Warrington, Joe Roberts, Kieran Brady and Joe Cunningham plundered their goals and on target for Wanderers were Lewis Connelly-2 and Jozef Parry.

Action from the Grove Youth division resulted in ACA Sports sharing the points with Groves Rovers as they drew 2-2 with Dylan Jeffery and Simon Grace netting for Sports and hitting the replies was Gabriel Kwateng with a fine brace in an even affair.

Staying top after their 6-0 defeat of AC Hoylake are Upton Youth who had two own goals, a double from Ethan Lane and singles from Brendan Doherty and James Fisher to thank for their victory.

Higher Beb JFC recorded their best win of the season so far when overcoming Phoenix the Flames 8-2 due to a Dan Freeman hat-trick, a brace from Josh Jacobs and singles from Joel Whalley, Jamie McColl and Mathis Granzseorffer to lift them into joint third position.