CORSAIR claimed the Division Two Championship with an emphatic 11 -2 win at Stirrup Sports & Social in midweek and recorded another maximum points haul at South Rangers Athletic (Ben Ryan) after strikes from Sam Saunders and Alan Bull.

Corsair now meet arch rivals Beechwood FC this Thursday (April 25) in the Tony Smith Memorial Trophy final, then will aim for a treble haul of trophies on Sunday (April 28) in the David Keith Tacy Final against Telegraph with both finals taking place at Ashville FC.

Despite going a goal down in the final of the Joey Griffith invitational Cup, Upton Town lifted the trophy after beating Wirral FC 2-1 with all the goals coming late in the game

AFC Shaftes were narrowly beaten in the Wirral District Football Association Sunday Amateur Cup Final 2-1 by Wallasey outfit Nelson FC.

Lancelyn Glenavon (Ben Glover and Jamie Smith) had to put the Champaign on ice after suffering a shock defeat to a solid Lions team 3-2 on the mark for Lions FC were Ash Male and a double from Marti Kerr.

It is still two from four in Division One for them elusive places in The Premier Division with Neston Nomads notching a late winner from Mark Reid at Telegraph FC (Owen McMahon, Mark Tolcher).

Also on the mark for Neston were Rob Marrs and Luke Hall, Ellesmere Port Athletic (John Britton 2, Ryan Jones) accounted for FC Vineyard FC (Jack Bradley), also in the hunt are Bushell Athletic and Shaftesbury Youth.

Dock AFC finished off their league programme with a 4-1 success over Saughall FC and head the Premier Division on goal difference from Queens Park with Queens having one game left to play.

The Houlihan's Birkenhead Sunday Football League is accepting new applications to join for the 2019/2020 season. Check the League's website for contact details.