MATCH of the day, with teams from the Houlihan's Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League came in The Cheshire County Football Association Sunday Challenge Cup.

The round three tie, which was postponed last week, saw a strike from Leon Jones for Bushell Grange Athletic with 11 minutes left to equalize against Neston Nomads.

Leon went onto score the winning penalty after the game had finished 1-1.

Darren Hallighan took the MOM award for saving two penalties.

A four-timer from Adam Lea, a brace from Kieran Hamn with singles from Dave Forbes and Ricci Neill helped Dock AFC progress to the next round with a comfortable 8-2 result over Beechwood FC, Lancelyn Glenavon (Craig Yuellet) dipped out to Cale Green by the odd goal in three 2-1,

Great Float Sports & Social took the honours in The Wirral District Football Association Premier Cup round 2 with a 3-2 win at FC Bidston (Carl Hamm, Derek Taylor).

A double from Tom Sinkinson led the way for Rivacre FC in a 4-1 success at Eagle Stirrup FC (Stuart Davies) 4-1 Danny Cross and Sean Daley completed the scoring, efforts from Ricky Harrison and Dave McElroy for Lions FC was enough to make the hat defeating fellow Division rivals Telegraph (Mike Finall) 2-1.

Upton Town crashed out on penalties after conceding a last minute equaliser to Nelson FC with the game finishing normal regulation time 1-1.

In the one outstanding game in the Wirral District Sunday Junior Cup it was curtains for Victoria Colts, who were on the end of a 5-0 reversal with West Kirby United.

In domestic cup action FC Tranmere (Iain Colligan 4, Matt Holt 3, Dec Pearce 2, Kirk Mustoe 1 and Greg Sandals) romped home to an 11-1 win at AFC Tima in the David Keith Tacey Memorial Cup Round 1.

Shaftesbury Youth also made progress with a resounding 5-0 scoreline at Oval FC with Owen Hassle and Charlie McGuiness hitting two each and a single from Lewis McKnight.

The only league action that took place was in Division Two and Division Three.

A solitary goal from John Duddy was enough for Woodchurch Rovers to claim all three points at Barcode FC to maintain second spot.

Higher Bebington JFC (Josh McKinney, Matt Callahan 2) moved into pole position in Division Three notching a 3-1 at Wellington FC (Lewis Gouldson).

Houlihan's Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League is accepting new applications for Youth Teams to join for the 2020/2021 season.

Check the League's website for contact details.