SUTTON Athletic are the Chester & Wirral Football League Queensferry Sports Premier Division Champions after their midweek heroics over Christleton and Helsby ensured the trophy's return to Ellesmere Port.

A 2-0 win last Monday at Christleton, then another away game to Helsby, finished off a fantastic season for them.

Pete Barnett and Connor Doyle were the Wednesday night marksmen.

Since January the Groves-based club have won nine from 10 league games, drawing the other, scoring 40 times and only conceding five.

It is a remarkable achievement for a club that only formed three years ago, winning a division two title and two premier divisions in that time.

All eyes will now be on the runners up spot with both St Saviours and Newton Athletic still in contention.

Newton Athletic were in action last Monday night winning 2-0 away to Upton JFC.

On Saturday, Upton JFC travelled to Christleton to earn a 4-1 win with goals from Chris Brett and a Danny Evans hattrick.

Its all still to play for in the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship with only four points separating the top five teams.

On Monday night fourth-placed Princes Villa finished their season by beating long time leaders Crossway.

On the same night third-placed Elton Athletic beat Hoole Rovers 7-0 and Hoole Rangers won their first game in six months with a 2-1 win over Orange Athletic.

On Wednesday night, second-placed Helsby FC Reserves moved to within five points of Crossway after a 4-1 away win at Christleton Argyle and Hoole Youth beat Rossmore Rangers 5-2.

On Saturday, fifth-placed Groves Athletic, four points off the leaders with three games to play, beat Hoole Rovers 3-0 with goals from Jack Rigby, George Patchett and Connor Howley.

On the same day Helsby cut Crossway's lead to just two points after a 3-0 win over Chester Nomads III thanks to two own goals and a Cal McCaffrey strike.

Helsby FC win be representing the CWFL in the Final of The Runcorn and District Cup after a John Coady goal gave them a 1-0 win over Hatton Albion in their semi-final game.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division West Avenue Vets have been crowned Division champions after their 5-0 away win to second placed Neston Nomads FC Vets with goals coming from Lee Gibson (2), Gary Jones, Andy Bolton and Danny Edwards.

In the division's other game Higher Bebington Kelma beat Ellesmere Port Town Vets 6-2.

Over in the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division East Upton JFC Vets remain top after a 3-1 win over Dee Rangers Vets with goals coming from Chris Melia and a Ben Walley brace.

Nags Head Bunbury recorded a 4-2 away win at Frodsham Park Vets with goals from Pete Jones, Rob Jones, Dave Thomas and Martyn Bebington.

Hartford Vets have finally added their first points of the season to their tally after a fantastic 5-1 away win to Ashton Vets.

The popular side had Owen Cummins (3) and Andy Rice to thank for their goals and certainly cements all the hard work they have shown throughout the season.

With three games to go they will now have their eyes firmly set on how far they can climb the table. Well done.

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