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Wasps sting Ashville in extra-special Youth final; WALLASEY SUNDAY LEAGUE.

Byline: JAMES DAVIES

EST KIRBY WASPS and Ashville B provided a brilliant Youth Division Cup Final that needed extra-time to produce a winner.

WAn early Wasps goal by Tommy Johnston stung Ashville into action and they replied through Callum Macavish before the half-time break.

No goals in an end-to-end second half saw the game needing extra time and despite the fading light, Wasps netted two further goals through Dan McLoughlin and Callum Smith to take the trophy in a game that was a credit the youth section of the league.

Brett Cotton of Ashville and Tommy Johnston of Wasps took the man of the match awards for their respective sides.

Windsor and Grange Moreton completed their Premier Division fixtures with Windsor winning 4-3. Meantime, Millhouse kept up their title bid with a hard-fought 5-4 win over Cetco Europe in midweek.

Division Two action saw John Pomphrett bag all six goals for Ship Wallasey as they eased home 6-0 against Poulton Vics but level at the top are Sheridan''s who beat Vineyard 9-1 as this title battle continues.

The Capitol Cup semi-finals saw the top four from the Premier Division serve up a feast of football as Great Float S&S and Millhouse both won to reach the final in style.

Lee Fletcher's Float team arrowed its way into the final with a brace of goals from James Harris and a single from Liam Judge who fired home a great free-kick to defeat Liscard Bronze 3-1.

Millhouse progressed via a 3-1 success over Poulton Royal thanks to a James Clare free-kick, a Perrier Black penalty and a strike from Liam Jameson.

Both semis were worthy of the competition and produced some excellent football and the final will be held at Ashville FC on Sunday, May 11 with an 11am kick off.

Despite a gallant and battling performance by AM Plant Hire they failed to bring home the Wirral FA Amateur Cup when going down to a solitary second half goal against FC Ridger in a game that saw chances created and wasted by both teams.

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TWO GOOD: Liverpool County Premier League U18s Division champions Bootle FC who secured a fantastic double when they also won the LCFA County Youth Cup
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Apr 26, 2014
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