Grammar ground out by Millers; FORMERS LEAGUE Corinthian THE HOME OF AMATEUR FOOTBALL.
THE Grammar saw their title hopes suffer a major blow after losing a seven goal thriller with Millers at Walton Hall Park Walton Hall Park in Walton, Liverpool, England is 130 acre park. It was opened to the public on July 18, 1934 by King George V when he visited Liverpool to open the Queensway Tunnel. The origins of the park date back to Henry de Walton steward of the West Derby hundred in 1199. .
Gallagher, Dixon and Chadwick struck for third placed The
Grammar, but it was Millers who emerged 4-3 victors with replies from Oates (2), Tranter and Robinson.
The improving Wavertree United took a notable scalp after accounting for last season's double winners New Crescent 3-2.
Owens and Fitzmaurice were on the mark for New Crescent, but the loss leaves them three points behind title favourites St John's.
Premier Electrics also hit top form to put five past struggling Speke Wanderers (Mullins) at Jericho Lane.
The Crown went in 3-1 up at the interval against unbeaten St Johns through Bray, Lacey lac·ey
Variant of lacy. and a superb 25-yard strike from Mick Moore.
The Crown had a man sent off after the restart To resume computer operation after a planned or unplanned termination. See boot, warm boot and checkpoint/restart. and St Johns made the extra man count, substitute Kieran McDonald starring in a 4-3 victory.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Feb 28, 2009|
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