Wallasey and District Sunday Football League round-up, 27 March 2022

Cup competitions dominated this week’s fixtures and provided the league with two cup finals to organise.

In the First Division Cup semi-finals, Eastham Rangers Colts overcame divisional leaders JASGA FC 5-3 in a penalty shoot-out, after the game ended 1-1, with Jack Fletcher scoring for JASGA and Ben Jones replying for Colts.

The other semi-final saw Sheridans FC dispose of Bromborough Town 3-1, thanks to a brace of goals from Leon Jones and a single from Leon Bower and they have now made it to their second final of the season.

Through to the final of the Dutchman Cup are One O’Clock Gun and Oxton Celtic, with the latter beating Ellesmere Port Red Lions by the odd goal in three. On target for Oxton were Harry Sutton and Joe Dhenin with Dom Hoppe bagging the lone response.

The Gun progressed following a 7-0 victory over Shore Villa, due to Jamie Edwards and Nathan Johnson both netting doubles, with Morgan Galer and Wayne Gibbons adding singles. An own goal completed the scoreline.

In the Magee Cup second round, Wallasey Wanderers eased home 5-1 versus Eastham Rangers as Macauley Lathom netted a hat-trick and Connor Jackson and James Moreton added singles, with Martin Marshall claiming the consolation.

Vineyard progressed past Liscard Panthers with a 6-2 success in which Tony Langrell-2, Ben Hawitt-2, Ryan Slater and Declan Cleary found the net. Hitting the replies were Will Callanan and Adam Chadwick.

The only fixture in the Mike O’Sullivan Garages First Division saw Vale Athletic beat PLCCFC 5-1, with goals from Frank Ward-2, James Harris, Dean Wylde and Lewis Ward to take the points with Kieran Gregory scoring the consolation.

Result of the day came in the Moreton Alarms Supplies Second Division as Bromborough Athletic rode to their first success of the campaign with a battling 2-1 win over North West Harriers. Shaun Cahill and Lewis Dixon netted the goals and Adam Pickering fired the lone response.

Leaders Trident fought out a 0-0 draw with third-placed Primrose to keep both teams in the promotion frame.

Park Royal enjoyed a 4-0 success over Wallasey Wolves thanks to singles from Peter Humphreys, Ollie Stackhouse, Mark Houghton and Jack Cureton, but remain mid-table.

First Division
PLCC FC 15 Vale Athletic FC
Second Division
North West Harriers 12 Bromborough Athletic FC
Park Royal FC 40 Wallasey Wolves FC
Trident FC 00 Primrose FC
First Division Cup – Semi Finals
JASGA FC 1 (3)(5) 1 Eastham Rangers Colts FC
Sheridens FC 31 Bromborough Town FC
Dutchman Cup – Semi Finals
Ellesmere Port Red Lions FC 12 Oxton Celtic FC
One O’Clock Gun FC 70 Shore Villa FC
McGee Cup – Rnd 2
Liscard Panthers 26 Vineyard FC
Wallasey Wanderers FC 51 Eastham Rangers FC

First Division Table

1JASGA FC1242141083134151927
2Sheridans FC1130141271333181522
3Wallasey Wanderers FC144133037163232022
4Vineyard FC134212136341820-221
5Vale Athletic FC1021133054127161119
6Eastham Rangers Colts FC830020350322111115
7Liscard Panthers FC143042055093241-915
8PLCC FC143051144192447-2313
9Bromborough Town FC131142143282128-711
10Eastham Rangers FC110152032182742-157

Second Division Table

1Trident FC15611511112255183735
2One O’Clock Gun FC12500610111048133534
3Primrose FC1142032074050104025
4Shore Villa FC1331242173357183924
5Ellesmere Port Red Lions FC155033048072833-524
6Oxton Celtic FC131325026343023721
7Park Royal FC185131266394542321
8Shore Villa Athletic FC151232253482642-1613
9North West Harriers FC1530511541103457-2313
10Wallasey Wolves FC1521510631111957-3810
11Bromborough Athletic FC140081051013584-793

Image: Janosch Diggelmann

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