Wallasey and District Sunday Football League round-up, 26 February 2023

Wallasey Wanderers dented the title hopes of Bromborough Town when beating them 1- 0 in the MES Ltd First Division and record their first victory in the league thanks to a single from Mike Madden in a battling encounter as both teams went for a win.

Despite efforts from Michel Mocha and Sam Bonner for Trident which could have put them top, they lost to JASGA FC 3-2 in an end-to-end battle. On target for JASGA were Jack Fletcher with a penalty, plus an equaliser from Conner Edwards and the winner coming in the 90th minute from Mason Piercy.

Magee Cup semi-final first leg action saw Vineyard take the spoils in a very even encounter as they stumped PLCCFC with a 2-1 success thanks to goals from Gary Winders and the winner from Ben Hawitt in the last ten minutes. Bagging the lone reply was Dan Morning with an excellent finish.

One O’Clock Gun had to be thankful of a first half goal from Jamie Edwards to give them a 1-0 win lead over Liscard Panthers that leaves the tie open for the second leg.

A solitary goal from regular marksman Liam Pitt earned Farmers Arms a slender 1-0 victory over Oxton Celtic in the Dutchman Cup second round with little between the teams.

Shore Villa also progressed after their 4-0 defeat of Park Royal as Mark Houston, Bran Thomas, Sonny Croft, and Connor Hodson found the net.

A terrific six-goal thriller between AFC Shore Villa and Shore Villa Athletic saw the latter edge home with a 4-2 result thanks to both Paul Reddington and Tom Rowlands bagging two goals each.

Only two fixtures took place in the Moreton Alarms Supplies Second Division and saw West Kirby Athletic out run North West Harriers in a 4-1 victory due to goals from Tom Cameron, Alex Wilson, and a brace from Seb Pierce, with George Redfern notching the lone reply.

Barnston FC also claimed the points in a thrilling 3-2 win against Bromborough Athletic thanks to Jason Stephens netting a superb hat-trick as his scoring ratio continues. Hitting the replies were Jack Whitby and Louie Holt.

First Division Table

1.Bromborough Town FC122133215341920-118
2.Vineyard FC92203025222315817
3.Trident FC114121125242519617
4.One O’Clock Gun FC82113015122116516
5.Liscard Panthers FC122122144262835-714
6.PLCC FC103120223341921-212
7.JASGA FC7111121232101009
8.Wallasey Wanderers FC70031031061221-93
9.Mersey Athletic FC00000000000000

Second Division Table

1.West Kirby Athletic FC14502511101352282431
2.Shore Villa Athletic FC1542151293339281130
3.AFC Shore Villa FC1230252082236162026
4.Farmers Arms FC155122327443629725
5.Barnston FC157021058073544-924
6.Ellesmere Port Red Lions FC1321351172439201923
7.North West Harriers FC154123147263732523
8.Bromborough Athletic FC163243046283241-920
9.Shore Villa FC143133046173534119
10.Oxton Celtic FC1621330751103742-516
11.Wallasey Wolves FC1520810430121843-259
12.Park Royal FC1410510720121352-396

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