IN the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division Blacon Youth moved second behind Sutton Athletic after a hard fought 2-0 over Upton JFC with goals from Lewis Coppack and Trey Lattie.

An Iain Forster hattrick for St Saviours earned them their second win of the season by beating Christleton 3-2 who had Matt Jones and Sam Davies on the score sheet.

Mark Lake netted the only goal of the game for Ellesmere Port FC as they beat neighbours Groves Athletic 1-0.

Ashley Reid hit a brace for Cestrian Alex, but it was not enough as Higher Bebington ran out 7-2 winners with goals coming from Ben Keirman (3), Bryan Leyfield, Adam Bissett and Greg Biggs (2).

FC Duddon remain top of the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship Division despite being held to a 1-1 draw by Rossmore Rangers.

Johnathan Hallam was the Duddon scorer with Simon Whelan relying for Rossmore.

Unitor AFC are second after their 3-1 win over Crossway.

Derek Taylor, Matty Maguire and Jamie Mearns were the Unitor marksmen with Dean Rattcliffe hitting home for Crossway.

Cauley Salter, Jordan Jones and Matt Lewis all scored for third placed Chester Nomads III in their 3-0 win over Hoole Rovers.

Steve Finlay netted twice for Hoole Rangers as they beat Upton JFC Youth 2-1, Cal Edwards was the Upton scorer.

Shaftesbury Youth Reserves and AFC Park North shared a 10-goal thriller in a match that ended 5-5.

Ian McGraa lead the Shafts scoring with four, ably assisted by Nathan Thomas with their fifth.

Adam Bagley also hit four for Park with Craig James adding their fifth.

The CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets competition kicked off this weekend with fixtures in Division One taking precedence.

It looks as though Avenue will still be the team to beat as they eased past Upton JFC Vets 12-0 with goals coming from Danny Edwards (6), Lee Gibson (3), Kev Bimpson (2) and Andrew Bolton.

Paul Dowridge and Lee McElmeel were on target for Blacon Youth Vets in their 2-1 win over Tarvin Athletic Vets who had Kevin Rogerson on the scoresheet.

Anthony Ashton hit a brace for Capenhurst Villa Vets but they still went down 3-2 to Neston Nomads Vets who had Kevin Williams, Dave Pasko and Mike McGree on the mark.

The CWFL Flexi 11's midweek football leagues will be kicking off in September.

This year, the league will be running divisions on Monday and Friday nights covering venues at Blacon High School, Ellesmere Port Sports Village, Vauxhalls Sports Club, Woodchurch Leisure Centre, Orford Warrington 3G and Moss Farm in Northwich.

There are a limited number of places available at a couple of the venues.

For more details about the CWFL Flexi 11s or to register a team contact Paul Graham on 07891 537116 or email