Monday 22 August 2022 – A 2-0 victory at Poulton Royal ensured that third-placed Sutton Ath. stayed in contention for promotion from the MSC Express West Cheshire League’s Division Two.
Connor Doyle scored both goals while John Mearns and Leon Jones also notched doubles as rivals, Ashville Res., posted a 4-0 result at West Kirby.
Jack Elomaa’s solitary strike proved the difference, as Cheshire Lines accounted for Runcorn Sports and it was celebration time for Maghull Res., who romped home 5-0 against South Sefton Borough, thanks to efforts from Jacob Jones (2), Louie O’Brien, and Danny Rickets.
In Division Three, prolific marksman, Dylan Lawless, stole the show once again, his hat trick anchoring leaders, Aintree Villa Res. to a 7-1 decision over Rainhill Town Res. Further goals from Jamie Watkinson (2), Alfie Lambert, and Stephen Andrews completed the statistics with Andy O’Toole on target for the visitors.
Second-placed challengers, Neston Nomads were indebted to efforts from Matt Williams, Jack Coll and Nathan Ellis which clinched a 3-2 win at Ellesmere Port Town Res., who hit back via Jack Swift- Douglas and Sam Moore, while the points were shared, after goals from Capenhurst Villa Res.‘ Matty Vickers and Harley Williams were cancelled out by replies from Hooton‘s Matty Redmond and Scott Nickson.
Higher Bebington Kelma, in their debut season in the West Cheshire, recorded their third win from four outings and remained unbeaten in third place, after efforts from Kal Herbert and Ben Kierman set up a 2-0 win over Heswall Res.
Owen Hollywood, Tyla Davies, and Joe Stephenson found the net for West Kirby Res., but still finished on the losing side at Groves, the home side running out 4-3 victors, courtesy of replies from Jordan Finlay, George Patchett, Ryan Maxwell, and Joe Tulleth.
A Jamie Edge effort was to no avail for Chester Nomads Res., who lost out 2-1 at home to goals from Helsby Res.‘ Alexandros Konstantinidis and Jamie Patterson.
Tuesday 23 August 2022 – A double from Ben Hamlet failed to prevent basement outfit, Aintree Villa from going down 3-2 at home to Prescot Cables Res. in a Division One clash. In Division Two, South Liverpool Res., scored through Bobby Murphy and Adam Shelton but the Jericho Lane side went home empty-handed from their local derby with Mossley Hill Ath. Res. who savoured a 4-2 victory thanks to doubles from Adil Mohammed and Jack Boden.
Wednesday 24 August 2022 – Following a keenly contested top-of-the-table tussle in Division Two, Mallaby forfeited their unbeaten record and were replaced at the top by nearest rivals, Poulton Vics., who edged a 2-1 decision with goals from Steve Forbes and Ben Kierney. Paul Ellison netted for the hosts.
Division One leaders and reigning champions, Mersey Royal, made it five out of five when two-goal Liam Driscoll took the plaudits in a 2-0 win at Heswall, while second-placed Vauxhall Motors Res., with goals from Matty Morris (2), Jamie Eaton, and Tom Bradshaw triumphed 4-2 at neighbours, Ellesmere Port Town, who had Tom Merrill and Ben Summers in reply.
Chester Nomads scored through Brandon Dickinson but it was visitors, Newton, who profited via a 3-1 scoreline.
A 2-2 stalemate between Mossley Hill Ath. and Litherland Remyca Res. saw a double from Mossley’s Tyler Magee nullified by replies from Remies’ Cam Taylor and Elliot Taylor.
Thursday 25 August 2022 – Commiserations to South Liverpool’s U18 side who had Niall King on the mark but were beaten 3-1 at AFC Fylde in an FA Youth Cup Preliminary round tie.
Friday 26 August 2022 – Fifth-placed Division One challengers, Bootle St. Edmunds, registered their third win of the season and were indebted to efforts from Stewart Jackson, Liam Farrall, Shaun Harris, and Jake Preston for their 4-1 win against Aintree Villa. Joel Jackson bagged Villa’s consolation.
Weekend action – Vauxhall Motors Res.’ hopes of drawing level on points with current Division One leaders, Mersey Royal, were dashed after they suffered a 4-0 home defeat to last term’s Division Two champions, Marine U23‘s who cemented a fine performance with goals from Alex Norhover, Tom Hewlett, Harrison Denton, and Gomes Odair.
Top scorers were Capenhurst Villa who romped home 8-0 against Prescot Cables. A Ryan Nicoll hat trick was supplemented by further efforts from Steve Rowlands (2), Jamie Easton, Richie McQuade, and an own goal while Newton‘s 5-2 eclipse of Rainhill Town was confirmed by goals from Steve Jackson, Ged King, John Paul Kissock, and Danny Bulayima. The hosts had Eddie Hawthorne and Jammie Casson on target.
A solitary effort from Mike Fearnehough earned second-placed Mossley Hill Ath. the nod over Ellesmere Port Town and Chris Sang followed suit with the game’s only goal as Marshalls beat Maghull.
Adam Walker’s goal was enough, as Poulton Vics. won at local rivals, Poulton Royal, and maintained their hundred per cent record at the top of Division Two.
Doubles from Josh McEwan and Shaun Weaver, allied to an effort from Niall Mulreay, saw Sutton Ath. elevated to second place in the table, following a 5-1 triumph over Cheshire Lines who replied via Jack Elomaa, while Mallaby lost for the second time in four days, and dropped to fourth, despite efforts from Danny McLoughlin and Jack Ledsham. Goals from Matty Maguire, John Mearns and Corey Scarisbrick anchored the visitors to a 3-2 result.
Still in search of their first win of the season, West Kirby had Harrison Hindley on the mark but were on the receiving end at Maghull Res. who emerged 5-1 victors, courtesy of efforts from Jacob Jones (2), Joe Tynan, Sam Dhal, and Adam Wood.
Division Three leaders, Aintree Villa Res. had to settle for a share of the points after they finished 2-2 with Helsby Res. Jay Felton and Stephen Andrews netted for Villa with Wes Wright and Tom Brady responding for the visitors. That result enabled second-placed Neston Nomads to move within a point of the leaders, after Will Sar-Kelly (2), and Jos Payne found the net in a 3-0 win over Chester Nomads Res.
Higher Bebington Kelma won by the same margin against Rainhill Town Res. thanks to efforts from Zak Presott (2), and Kal Herbert while Jordan Chwalko and Liam Cunningham were the respective marksmen as Heswall Res. drew 1-1 with South Wirral outfit, Groves.
Three goals from Connor Griffiths, together with further strikes from Tom Randall and Liam Whelan paved the way for Poulton Vics Res. to beat Hooton 5-3 and consign the visitors to their first defeat of the season. Phil Lloyd (2) and Ben Smith were Hooton’s marksmen.
Saturday’s Youth Division action took in one fixture and it was profitable for BRNESC who had two-goal Patrick Irving to thank for their 2-0 victory over Maghull.
|2||Mossley Hill Athletic||6||4||2||0||14||3||11||14|
|4||Vauxhall Motors Res||7||4||0||3||17||14||3||12|
|5||FC Bootle St Edmund’s||4||3||0||1||12||4||8||9|
|9||Litherland Remyca Res||6||2||2||2||14||12||2||8|
|11||Ellesmere Port Town||6||2||0||4||21||18||3||6|
|15||Prescot Cables Res||7||1||0||6||7||30||-23||3|
|6||South Liverpool Res||6||3||0||3||13||14||-1||9|
|10||Mossley Hill Athletic Res||5||2||0||3||9||14||-5||6|
|15||South Sefton Borough||3||0||0||3||5||14||-9||0|
|1||Aintree Villa Res||7||5||2||0||26||7||19||17|
|3||Higher Bebington Kelma||5||4||1||0||12||3||9||13|
|4||Poulton Victoria Res||5||3||2||0||10||6||4||11|
|5||Rainhill Town Res||5||3||0||2||8||10||-2||9|
|7||Capenhurst Villa Res||5||2||2||1||13||10||3||8|
|9||Runcorn Sports Res||4||2||1||1||14||11||3||7|
|11||Ellesmere Port Town Res||6||2||0||4||10||17||-7||6|
|12||South Liverpool Third||5||1||1||3||9||13||-4||4|
|13||Chester Nomads Res||7||1||1||5||6||18||-12||4|
|15||West Kirby Res||6||0||0||6||10||22||-12||0|
|1||South Liverpool U18||2||2||0||0||6||3||3||6|
|2||Mossley Hill Athletic U18||1||1||0||0||3||1||2||3|
|3||Poulton Victoria U18||1||1||0||0||6||1||5||3|
|5||AFC Knowsley U18||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|6||Ormskirk West End U18||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|7||Runcorn Linnets U18||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|8||Vauxhall Motors U18||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|9||City of Liverpool U18||1||0||0||1||1||3||-2||0|
|10||Victoria Colts U18||1||0||0||1||2||3||-1||0|