Wallasey and District Sunday Football League round-up, 19 February 2023

An evenly fought second-leg encounter in the First Division Cup was decided by a second-half penalty scored by Jack Fletcher as JASGA FC fought off the brave challenge of Wallasey Wanderers to record a 5-2 aggregate success.

After drawing their first leg match 0-0, PLCCFC progressed when beating Vineyard 2-1 as Danny Brown and James Murray bagged a goal apiece and Daz Winders claimed the late reply.

Despite two goals from Dale Crawford to record a 2-1 win for Liscard Panthers over Bromborough Town to level the aggregate scores at 4-4, they lost the resulting penalty shoot-out 4-1. Sonny James netted the normal time goal for Town.

Trident earned a 3-3 draw versus One O’Clock Gun in an end-to-end tussle, but lost 6-3 on aggregate as Morgan Galer fired a brace and Leighton Clarke added the third.

In the Dutchman Cup second round, a solitary second-half goal by Seb Pierce gave West Kirby Athletic a slender 1-0 victory over Ellesmere Port Red Lions to progress into the semi-finals.

Action from the Moreton Alarms Supplies Second Division saw Shore Villa Athletic leapfrog West Kirby Athletic, who were in cup action, to go top after a hard-fought encounter versus a battling Wallasey Wolves as Tom Rowlands scored the important goal to secure the points in a 1-0 victory.

Barnston completed a league double over Oxton Celtic when winning 3-1 with goals from Jason Stephens (2) and Luke Glover, as Casey Ford netted the lone response in a well-contested fixture. Thanks go to referee Shaun Byrne who stood in at the last minute to ensure the fixture was played.

Shore Villa failed to close the gap on Farmers Arms who moved into the top four after Liam Pitt netted a double and Kyle Ward a single to win 3- 2 with the replies coming from Sam Range and Adam Jones as they bagged singles for Villa in a fiery contest.

An enthralling fixture between Bromborough Athletic and AFC Shore Villa ended in a 2-2 draw but keeps Villa on course for promotion with James Outram being a two-goal marksman for them. Athletic had two-goal Rees McNulty as their marksman.

First Division Table

1.Bromborough Town FC112123215331919018
2.Vineyard FC92203025222315817
3.Trident FC104121115232316717
4.One O’Clock Gun FC82113015122116516
5.Liscard Panthers FC122122144262835-714
6.PLCC FC103120223341921-212
7.JASGA FC601112113278-16
8.Mersey Athletic FC00000000000000
9.Wallasey Wanderers FC60030030061121-100

Second Division Table

1.Shore Villa Athletic FC1542151293339281130
2.West Kirby Athletic FC1340251191348272128
3.AFC Shore Villa FC1230252082236162026
4.Farmers Arms FC155122327443629725
5.Ellesmere Port Red Lions FC1321351172439201923
6.North West Harriers FC144123137253628823
7.Barnston FC146021057073242-1021
8.Bromborough Athletic FC153243036273038-820
9.Shore Villa FC143133046173534119
10.Oxton Celtic FC1621330751103742-516
11.Wallasey Wolves FC1520810430121843-259
12.Park Royal FC1410510720121352-396

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