THE final league games came to a close with the most notable match between Shaftesbury Youth and Lancelyn Glenavon.

Lancelyn had a comfortable 4-1 win at Shaftesbury Youth (Sam Upton) with Ben Glover notching a brace and single strikes from Nial Macklin and Danny Dixon thus denting the hopes of Shaftesbury Youth of that elusive spot in the Premier Division.

Lancelyn will be joined in the top flight by Bushell Athletic.

A review of the season saw Queens Park claim the Premier Division title for the 21st time with close rivals Dock AFC finishing runners up.

Dock have lifted the Veronica Conway Premier Cup and the Cheshire County Football Association Sunday Challenge Cup, Dock will play Queens in the final of the Wirral District Football Association Sunday Premier Cup tomorrow (Wednesday, May 8), at Kirklands the home of Cammell Laird 1907 FC with a 7pm kick off.

Queens Park and Heygarth FC will bring the curtain down on the domestic scene on Sunday (May 12), at Ashville FC in The Tony Houlihan League Memorial Challenge Cup Final with an 11am kick off.

A good attendance is expected at both games, Rock Ferry Social won The Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday League Invitational Cup.

Lancelyn Glenavon lifted the First Division Championship to complete a double haul of Trophies after winning the Presidents Cup.

Corsair FC also completed a double trophy after securing Division Two (The Karl Davies Memorial Trophy) and the David Keith Tacy Memorial Cup. Franklyn’s are also promoted to Division Two.

Division Three Champions Paolos delivered the Third Division title coupled with the Jimmy Core Cup to serve up a fine double of trophies; Woodchurch Rovers finished in second spot and will be promoted to Division Two alongside Barcodes FC who secured third place.

Upton Town won the Joey Griffiths Invitational Cup.

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