THE No 4 Pacific Road Bistro First division fixtures saw Bromborough Town take top spot following their hard-fought dismissal of PLCCFC as they ran out 4-3 winners.

Joe Skinner netted a brace as did Jack Cooke, with his late header being the winner.

Bagging the replies were Anton Jolley, Lewis Toland and Tom Rigby.

The two other unbeaten teams Nelson FC and Poulton Vics fought out a thrilling 3-3 draw as Jack Ledsham-2 and Tom Quest gave the Vics a commanding lead before an own goal and singles from Sam Hunt and John Pomphrett earned Nelson a point.

JASGA got back to winning ways when defeating Upton FC 10-1, thanks to Adam Walker and Stewart Speed grabbing trebles and Tom Price, Ben Speed, Daren Pritchard and Danny Price all scoring singles in a fine team effort.

The consolation effort coming from Mike Dobbs Phoenix FC claimed their first win of the season when beating Eastham Rangers 2-0 as goals from Steve Wilson and Niall Williams secured victory.

Action from the Moreton Alarms Supplies Second division resulted in North Wirral Saints remaining unbeaten as they won a difficult fixture versus Barnston PV 2-1 due to goals from Jack Whitby and Manny Mithi-Nelson and they head the table. Jason Stephens scored for Barnston.

Rockpoint FC also took the spoils versus Trident with a 4-1 victory in which Stephen Teale netted twice and Jason Rigby and Stewart Hardman claimed a goal apiece.

Wayne Carragher hit the lone response.

Despite a good effort from Connor Edwards finding the net, Wallasey Wolves lost 2-1 to Wallasey Wanderers.

A goal apiece from Matthew Payne and Shay Mullen gave Shore Villa a 2-1 result over Delta Colts Parkfield for their first points of the campaign.

West Kirby United enjoyed their first taste of open age football but failed to secure the points as they lost 2-4 versus Vineyard, who had Tom Mole, Francis Tolman, Danny McDowell and an own goal to record a battling victory.

Firing the responses for United were Jack Brown and Josh Duncan.