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On Friday night in the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 1, Man of the Match Lee Gibson gave Mersey Royal the lead against Shaftsbury Vets finishing smartly after a flowing Royal move, victory was sealed late on when Andy Appo netted the Royal second.
On the next pitch, Ashton Vets put up a spirited display and netted via Luca Trasatti, but Hooton ran out 4-1 winners.
In the Senior Cup, Shaftsbury bowed out after losing 1-0 against Poulton Royal. In the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division, a Billy McGee goal was not enough for Lockdown as Blacon Youth Reserves hit three of their own. Waggon & Horses smashed five past Christleton (Zac Hall).
In the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship, FC Farndon’s perfect record remains as they hit seven without reply against Cestrian Alex with Lee Parry netting a hat-trick, Sam Davenport with a double and singles for Lewis Norman and Lewis Devoy.
Newton Athletic, with goals from Mike Mcintyre, Danny Mongan, Will Roberts, and Pete Greenwood, remain hot on their heels after defeating Sutton Rangers 4-0. Newton are now only 3 points behind with a game in hand.
Orange Athletic, with a goal from John Ellams, were back in action but went down 6-1 against Port Sunlight Nomads who had two hat-trick heroes in Callum Leech and Ben Hunter.
Upton JFC, with goals from Ben McGlashan, Eathan Ramsden, Sam Ismay, and Matty Wood, beat Hoole Rovers 4-1.
Great Float Vets picked up the three points in a close game with Man of the Match, Christian Seargent, netting both goals for Float.
Capenhurst Vets travelled to Higher Bebington Kelma Vets and bagged five goals: Tony Ashton with a brace, Carl Ngiam, Christopher Yew and Armstrong all with singles.
In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 2, Lache Vets won by the odd goal in nine against Ellesmere Port Town Vets with Lache goals coming via a hat-trick from Warren Kelly and singles from Chris Hulse and Joey Waters. On the score sheet for Ellesmere Port were Martyn Toner with a double, Todd Ried, and Luke Guest.
Upton Youth Vets went to Tarvin Vets and hit four without reply, with James Mcintosh bagging a hat-trick and a strike from Kev Garland.
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