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A brace from Josh Leach maintained Hoole Rangers unbeaten start in the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier division, despite being two down at half time.
Leach got Hoole back into the game before striking in the last minute to earn a deserved point against Blacon Youth Reserves.
A solitary strike from Joe Bowdler was enough for Christleton FC to take the points against Helsby 3rd, whilst strikes from Matty Holt, Adam Walker, Mike Jeffs, and Dyl Sanderson saw Black Horse defeat Neston Nomads Reserves who replied with a goal from Martin Marshall.
In the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship, Orange Athletic netted three times thanks to a Danny Holden double plus one from Iain Thomas, but FC Farndon hit fourteen in reply as Lee Parry hit six, Alex Sheriff netted a hattrick, Lewis Devoy with a brace, and singles for Dan Wagstaff, Kenny Davis, and Jack Butler as Farndon made it seven wins from seven whilst also boosting their goal difference.
Cestrian Alex beat Hoole Rovers 2-1 with Cestrian’s goals coming from Adie Graves and Will Kitchen whilst Upton hit five without reply as they beat Sutton Rangers, Ben Mcglashen with a hattrick and singles from Sam Ismay and Sam Crimes.
In another high-scoring game, Port Sunlight Nomads scored six but still lost as they conceded eight against Chester Nomads, with Chester’s goals coming via a James Lloyd hattrick, doubles from Trey Lattie and Hugo Eames, and a single from Loch Hardey.
In the CWFL Precision Vets Division 1, fine performances from Eddie Jebb and Iggy Mcgraa helped Shaftsbury Youth Vets get the better of Great Float Vets. Jebb netted two and Graham Harris and Jimmy Gomes netted the others as Shafts moved up to third.
Hooton Vets maintained their good start to the season as they hit six past West Kirby Vets,with The Hoot’s goals coming via doubles from Matty Raithe and Paul Cupit, and singles from Kieron Fleetwood and Lee Dunbar.
In the CWFL Precision Vets Division 2, despite dominating the Ellesmere Port Vets derby and scoring through Joe Crane and Mary Toner Ellesmere Port Town shared the points with Ellesmere Port Red Lions. Lache Vets took the points as they beat Tarvin Vets 8-1 to go top of division 2.
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