THE Second division Cup Final took place at Cammell Laird FC and saw a hard-fought contest decided by a penalty shoot-out.

An even first half ended goalless but a well worked goal after the hour mark saw Halfway House take the lead through their man of the match Joe Cooper who rifled home a superb shot.

Chances went begging for both teams until injury time when a late penalty was slotted home by Joh Elias to level the score for Vineyard.

The penalty shoot-out saw only one spot kick saved by Andy Palin of Halfway House and they completed the game with a 5-3 success to make it their third trophy of the season.

Macauley Lewis was named man of the match for Vineyard.

Nelson FC claimed the Wirral DFA Amateur Cup when beating AFC Shaftesbury 2-1 in a lively encounter.

Poulton Vics closed the gap at the top of the First division following a narrow 2-1 success over Upton FC as Craig Kaye and Jamie Payne got on the score sheet, with Liam Williams netting the lone response.

The race for runners-up spot in the Second division is now in the hands of Eastham Rangers after they defeated Barnston PV with a single goal from Luke Kieran for a 1-0 triumph.

Trident completed their season in a 5-1 loss to Runcorn Select as Wayne Carragher notched their only goal.

Groves FC maintained their lead at the top of the Dundee Youth division when beating Park Royal 3-0 as Conor Doyle, Ross Cooper and Conor Mghee found the net.

Glenavon Athletic sealed a 2-1 victory over Eastham Rangers Jets thanks to goals from Matty Benson and Alex Lamb, as Danny Shepherd fired the only reply.

Groves Youth division action saw only one fixture which ended in a 5-1 success for ACA Sports as they beat Delta Colts Parkfield.

On target for ACA were Owen Donnelly (2), Jack Toner, Max Ellis and goalkeeper Steve Horne who claimed a long-range effort in this great team performance that now puts them top of the division.