AMATEUR FOOTBALL : Five-star leaders too strong; Ormskirk & District Sunday Wynstay put MCA to sword.
M CA's bid to dent Wynstay's unblemished record in Division Three ended in failure after an Andy Pemberton hattrick and singles from Ritchie Lang and Paul Benson sealed a 5-0 win for the leaders.
Goal-machine Brian Ward hit another treble as The Meadows climbed to second thanks to a 7-4 success over Ormskirk West End.
Plarrow (John Stanley, Pete Stanton) were narrow 2-1 winners against Old Taverners, and second half goals from Tommy Hopper and Andy Murray saw Windmill claim a 3-1 result over a much improved Ropers.
NAC retained top billing in Division One with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Alt Park, twogoal hero Tony Grey proving the difference between the sides.
Second-placed Warby found themselves 2-0 down to Blue Anchor (John Yates, Chris Dillon) at the interval, but secondhalf goals from Thomas Bowden, John Kildare and captain Steve Leay saved the day and the points.
Melling Victoria lost ground following a 3-3 draw with Kodak, who had brothers Anthony (2) and Danny Dillon on the scoresheet.
RNA jumped up to fourth place with a 3-1 win over FOPA (Paul McClelland).
Division Two leaders Bar Du Fay found Inn Village's goalkeeper Paul Davis in superb form, but a hat-trick from Mark Wish finally earned them a 3-2 victoy.
A second-half treble from Scott Simpson aided Calibre to a 5-2 win at Greyhound, while Polo (Ritchie McHugh 2) had to battle hard to register a 3-1 defeat of Castle.
Kingston's 2-2 stalemate with The Great Mogul saw David Williams net a superb strike for the visitors
FORWARD PLANNING: Skyline in Lal Evans Memorial Cup action against ORR
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Oct 29, 2005|
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