Chester and Wirral Football League round up, 4 February 2023

In the Cayzer Shield first round, Shaftsbury Youth sent holders Neston Nomads Reserves crashing out, securing a 3-1 victory. Owen Ainscough was the hero, scoring two goals to help Shaftsbury claim the win.

Finn Onwemene also got in on the act for Shaftes, with Will Shuker scoring Neston’s consolation goal.

Black Horse crashed out of the Wirral Amateur cup Semi-final after putting up a brave performance against West Cheshire Division 3 highflyers, Hooton. Iain Colligan netted for Black Horse as the game finished 1-1 but Hooton finally prevailing 5-4 on penalties.

In the CDFA C&C Catering Equipment Cup Quarterfinals, a goal apiece from Dan Ward and Zaac Caveney put Christleton into the semi-final as they won 2-0 against Newton Athletic Reserves.

A fine hat-trick by Trey Lattie and a single from James Lloyd did the damage as Chester Nomads IV ran out 4-2 winners against Helsby Reserves, who replied with goals from Alan Bond and Sam Walton.

In the CDFA Pele Vets Cup first Round, Farndon Vets progressed as goals from Dave Brereton, Mark Done, Roy Cardus, and Matt Dutton were enough to see off Rake & Pikel Vets, 4-1.

Hoole Rangers netted four times via an Alec Hutchison double and singles from Alex Hughes and Mike Hughes, but that was still not enough as Upton JFC replied with five of their own to go through.

Upton Youth Vets also progressed as they account for Tarvin Vets 4-1. On the scoresheet for Upton were Mike Ashford with a double, and James Mcintosh and Scott Rigby with singles.

A Four timer from Simon Andrews plus a double by Tom Cairns gave Chester Nomads Vets a 6-1 victory against Frodsham Vets.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 1, Higher Bebington Kelma Vets travelled to bogey side Capenhurst Villa Vets and finally came away with a well-earned victory. In a bad-tempered affair, a Chris Dunne Man of the Match performance inspired Kelma Vets as two quick-fire goals near the close of the first half from Johnny Sumner and Mark Jones gave Kelma the points and see them move up to second in the league.

Rake and Pikel Vets. Credit: Liam Power

Main image: Farndon FC Vets. Credit: Liam Power

CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division

1Lockdown FC13706-721
2Black Horse FC12624820
3Blacon Youth Club FC Reserves11623520
4Waggon & Horses FC10424514
5Hoole Rangers FC9423014
6Christleton FC11425-614
7Shaftesbury Youth FC63211211
8Helsby FC III11236-89
9Neston Nomads FC Reserves9216-97

CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship

1Newton Athletic FC II129214529
2FC Farndon109104428
3Chester Nomads FC IV128133425
4Upton JFC Reserves107031721
5Cestrian Alex FC12606918
6Port Sunlight Nomads FC12507-1615
7Sutton Rangers FC12219-327
8Hoole Rovers FC131210-255
9Orange Athletic Chester FC9018-761

CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 1

1Hooton FC Vets85301718
2Higher Bebington Kelma FC Vets85031115
3Mersey Royal FC Vets54101013
4Great Float FC Vets8323-311
5Capenhurst Villa FC Vets6312610
6Shaftesbury Youth Club FC Vets8314-410
7Ashton Veterans5104-63
8West Kirby United FC Vets8008-310

CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 2

1Queens Park FC Vets76101419
2Lache FC Vets85121116
3Ellesmere Port Town FC Vets8413913
4Upton Youth Club Vets Football6321311
5Birkenhead FC Vets530229
6Ellesmere Port Red Lions FC Vets511314
7Farndon FC Vets7106-143
8Tarvin Athletic FC Vets6006-260

CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 3

1Neston Nomads FC Vets66002418
2Winsford Town FC Vets76011618
3Eastham FC Vets530229
4Hartford FC Vets621357
5Frodsham Park JFC Vets8215-207
6Chester Nomads FC V Vets5203-56
7Nags Head Bunbury FC Vets6114-74
8Great Sutton FC Vets5014-151

CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 4

1MSB Woolton FC Vets6402512
2Upton JFC Vets7322511
3FC Vaults Vets6321-211
4Parkfield Rangers FC Vets523069
5Dee Rangers FC Vets630329
6Hoole Rangers FC Vets530219
7Crossway FC Vets7115-94
8Rake and Pikel FC Vets6105-83

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