Liver View eclipse Sunlight to advance into fifth round; WALLASEY & DISTRICT.
LAST Sunday saw Liver View beat Port Sunlight 3-1 in the fourth round of the Wirral Amateur Cup thanks to goals from Scott Tebb, Dave Tacy and Connor McAlister to keep the league banner flying.
FC Spartans are through to the last four of the Cheshire Youth Cup, hoping to retain the trophy they won last year, after beating Newton Wirral 2-1 with Liam Driscoll and Lewis Willingham on the mark.
A hard-fought fixture in the Wirral Youth Cup semifinal ended 0-0 after extratime and had to be decided by a penalty shoot-out which saw Glenavon Youth edge out Shore Villa 4-3 in a tense finish to a tremendous match.
In the Premier Division, Liscard Bronze beat Cetco Europe 4-1 to maintain third place with goals from Kyle Birch (2), Dan Banicale and Craig Palliser.
Dutchman Cup first round action resulted in Wallasey Mens overcoming Wallasey Town 6-2 as Danny Price hit a hat-trick, George Ellis a brace and Daniel Nettleton a single with Lee Davey and Craig Smith firing the responses.
In Division One, Telegraph are on top following their 12-2 mauling of AFC Tima (Mike Redgrift and Dan Walsh) while keeping pace are Wallasey Oval who bowled over Primrose (Mike McNamara & Mike Jones) in a 5-2 success as both Andy Beaver and Matty Hughes hit doubles and Tom Ward a single to stay second.
Grange Hearts are third after beating Clarence FC (Craig Clowes) 3-1 thanks to an Andy Noonan double and single from Jack Bradley.
A solitary goal from Ben Ryan earned Olympic Rangers a 1-0 victory over Matrix FC and Cavendish took the spoils versus Upton FC in a 4-1 win that had Declan Taylor (2), Carl Evans and Josh Hatton scoring with Dan Williams claiming the consolation.
Lord Nelson drew level on points at the top of Division Two after they beat Arms FC (John Davies and Steve Rutter) 4-2 as Ashley Robinson and Jordan Griffiths bagged a brace apiece while Halfway House eased off the bottom rung with a great 2-1 win at Queens Liscard as Mike Foulkes and Rob Beard netted. Dan Connolly hit the Queens' reply.
A treble from Lewis Lynch gave Poulton Vics a 3-2 success over Upton Town who replied via a Chris Turk brace and Stanley's Cask were thankful to efforts from Andy Crilly and Matty Gill after beating Eastham Rangers 2-1. Dundee Youth Division action saw Higher Beb ease past Saints AFC 5-1 with goals from Alex Crabtree (2), Dan Maddox, Mike Almond and Cam Fairclough but Heswall Youth drew 2-2 with Poulton Vics Youth thanks to efforts from Callum Darby and Will O'Leary.
AC Hoylake kept up the pressure at the top of the Grove Youth Division after they blanked Upton Youth 3-0 as Tom Cavanagh (2) and Lewis Ryan netted while goals from Jacob Shardy and Owen Goodenough resulted in Ashville Youth taking the points in a 2-1 win over Manor Youth.