SATURDAY'S West Cheshire League Division One action saw Capenhurst Villa take bragging rights from their South Wirral derby with Ellesmere Port Town.

Cape's return to form was confirmed after a smart double from Callum Doyle and an effort from Ellis Williams anchored them to a 3-1 victory, with Ryan Nicoll in reply for the Port. 

Despite having a minus goal difference, Marshalls were elevated to second place in the table, following thieir 3-1 eclipse of Rainhill Town, courtesy of a goal apiece from Shaun Smith, Eddie Hawthorne and Owen Hough.

In Division Two, title favourites, Aintree Villa eroded Heswall's lead at the top to just two points when Josh Cavanagh, Mark Kelly and Anthony Seddon shared the goals in a 3-0 decision over Maghull Res.

Goals were in abundance at South Liverpool Res., who scored four times through Adam Shelton, Jake Lamour-Johnstone, Curtis Cummins and Mike Speed but capitulated 6-4 to replies from West Kirby's Ricci Neill (3), Matty Madden (2) and Danny Dixon.

Consistent performers Poulton Vics climbed to fourth place in the Division Three title race, thanks to Saturday's 6-3 win against Helsby which featured efforts from Lathan Forrester (2), Tom Quinn, Danny Murphy, Jack Ireland and Leighton Clark.

Lee Turkington (2) and Bart Westhead netted the visitors' consolations.

Four-goal Dan O'Halloran was joined on the scoresheet by Sam Saunders, Karl Whyte and Jake Byrne as Pensby FC accounted for Capenhurst Villa Res 7-2 and celebrated their fourth win of the season.

Liam Fitzpatrick and Rowan Whelan obliged for Cape, while West Kirby Res were indebted to goals from Steve Abbot and Adm Jones for their 2-0 win aganist Chester Nomads Res.

A Paul Lindfield hat trick was supplemented by further efforts from Iain Colligan and Sam Torgensen as Heswall Res won 5-2 at promotion challengers Rainford Utd, but a goal from Lewis Carter counted for nothing after Willaston were unlocked by replies from Bootle Res' Josh Illesanmi (2) and Lewis Armitage.

It was celebration time for Victoria Colts U17s who posted their first win from eight outings in the Youth Division, a solitary strike from Bradley Selby earning all three points against Heswall U17s.

Second-placed Lower Breck U18s scored via Jack Ward, Jack Toner and Lewis White but forfeited their unbeaten record after Marshall' U17s emerged 7-3 victors thanks to goals from Matty Grivosti (4), Ben Craig, Matty Erickson and Fazer Garvey.