A DAVE Forbes hat-trick led the way for Dock AFC in The Cheshire County Football Association Sunday Cup semi-final with a resounding 6-1 win and great team performance over Cale Green.

Also on the mark were Paul Byrne, Mark Jones (pen) and Joe Brandon to complete the scoring, they will be joined by close arch rivals Queens Park who inflicted a 4-1 defeat on Westminster with Liam Driscoll, Dave Webb, Ben Holmes and Adam Smith all finding the net to set up an all Houlihan's Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League Final.

A solitary goal from Nicky Monaghan for Ellesmere Port Athletic was enough to seal a place in the President's Cup Final at the expense of Bushell Athletic they will be joined by Lancelyn Glenavon (Ben Glover) who were taken to a penalties to decide the tie after finishing all square after extra-time with Neston Nomads (Callum Blondel), (Lancelyn won 2-0 on pens).

Strikes from Brad Greer and Sam Saunders for Corsair FC were enough to curtail Upton Town in The Tony Smith Memorial Cup.

Heygarth FC maintained pole position in The Premier Division with a comfortable 3-0 win over Birch Tree, thanks to a brace from Hayden Cooper and Steve Forbes effort.

Heygarth have three league games left and have to play Queens Park and Dock AFC in what should be part of deciding who wins the Blue Riband Premier Division Title, FC Bidston (Vinny O'Toole, Carl Hamm (2), Dega Taylor and James Atherton) will finish in mid-table after accounting for Saughall FC 5-3 and still have one league game to play,

A brilliant treble from Tom Quinn for FC Vineyard registered their first points of the season against AFC Shaftes in Division One.

Shaftesbury Youth earned maximum points with a fine 5-2 success at Lions FC (Sam Langan, Terry Ainsworth).

On the scoresheet for Shaftesbury were Ant Povall, with three strikes supported by Callum Mason and Declan Iverson.

Woodchurch Rovers (Callum Whitby, Graham Reid) have almost cemented promotion from Division Three after beating FC Tranmere (Dave Sadler) 2-1 to stay in second place having only dropped five points all season and are one point behind Paolos FC who have only dropped four points drawing twice, a single strike from Mark Fitzpatrick for Rangers Breaks earned all three points against Victoria Colts and have an outside chance of promotion after the 1-0 win.

In the Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday League Invitational Trophy Group B game Rock Ferry Social (Peter Charles, Adam Hughes 2, Callum Robinson) made it a third win and head the group eclipsing New Ferry Rangers 4-0, Great Float S&S (J Harris, T Harris) top Group A accounting for Telegraph FC 2-0.

CAD Athletic (Josh Hatton 2, Luke Wynne 3, Connor Davies. Ben Evans, Ben Fessey) romped to an 8-0 win at AFC Tima in the Joey Griffiths Memorial Invitation Cup Group B match while in a Group A tie Wirral FC (Ash McCoy, Phil Palethorpe, Kieran Nye & Matt Lydiate) posted a 4-0 result.

The Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday Football League is now accepting new applications to join for the 2019/2020 season, please check the League’s website for contact details.