BLACON Youth Reserves finally recorded their first points of the Chester & Wirral Football League's Queensferry Sports Premier Division with a fine 2-1 away win to Higher Bebington Kelma, thanks to a brace from Liam Simon.

They will now be hoping that all their hard work is paying off ready for next week's game with highflyers Newton Athletic.

Newton went down 4-0 at home to Sutton Athletic who had Liam Brennan, Callum Doyle, Connor Doyle and Paul Butler on the score sheet.

Leaders St Saviours could only mange a draw in their derby game with Ellesmere Port FC, Tom Hockley and Liam Smith were the respective scorers.

Steve Large (2) and Ryan Griffiths (2) were both on the mark for Shaftesbury Youth in the 4-2 win over Christleton, while Upton JFC Beat Cestrian Alex 6-2 with goals from Joe Williams (3), Tom Berry (2) and Danny Evans.

Luke Peaker and Tom Richardson were the Alex scorers.

This now means that only six points separate the top five teams, with Helsby sitting in seventh place with four games in hand.

Crossway maintained their six-point cushion at the top of the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship with a 3-1 win over Hoole Rovers, Phil Goss (2) and Greg Campbell their scorers.

Helsby Reserves have shown their intent though remaining second after a 10-0 away win over Eastham Ferry, with goals coming from Dom Bazley, Jack White (2), Joe Gough, Danny Kenny, Ryan Bazley (2), Lew Fenlon, Josh Brown and an own goal.

Third-placed Groves came away with all the points in the encounter with FC Duddon.

The game ended 3-1 with a brace for Joe Fitz and a thunderous 30-yard effort from Jack Sailes.

Alex Carroll netted for Duddon.

Fourth-placed Princes Villa beat fifth placed Chester Nomads with a goal from Charlie Jones while Orange Athletic beat AFC Park North 4-0. Iain Thomas, Matt Drury, Chris Edge and Elliot Wright were the scorers.

Charlie Jones netted for Christleton Argyle as they went down 4-1 to the unpredictable Elton Athletic, Adam Hall (3) and Jordan Egan the marksmen.

Avenue Vets are leading the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division West and maintained their 100% record with a 6-2 win over Capenhurst Vets.

Ellesmere Port Town Vets remain second beating FC Vaults 6-2 with goals from Richard Keen (2), Leigh Stones, Scott Rowsley and Nick Van Merit.

John Moulton and Jonny Sumner netted for Higher Bebington Kelma Vets in their 7-2 defeat at the hands of Neston Nomads Vets.

The CWFL are now accepting applications from teams who wish to enter any of our competitions for the 2019–2020 season.

Spaces are available in the Open Age Saturday divisions, The Vets Saturday divisions and the Midweek Monday and Friday Flexi Divisions.

For further details, contact Paul Graham on 07891 537116 or email