West Cheshire Football League Roundup, 18th May 2024 – Birkenhead News

Monday 13/5/24 – What a debut season it has been for Division Three Champions Cammell Laird 1907 Res., who added the Wirral DFA Amateur Cup to their silverware collection after hitting home against Neston Nomads Res .

Hat-tricks from Adam Larway and Jayden Jones were backed up by further efforts from Keran Hughes and Ben Crossley as the Shipbuiders posted an 8-0 run.

Congratulations to him Runcorn Sports who secured promotion to Division 1 of the Go2Day West Cheshire League after a Reece Dwyer hat-trick allied to a Kier Fenlon effort saw their side overcome Maghull Res. 4-3. Nathan Moffitt struck twice and Adam Wood also scored for the home side.

In Division Three, respectively hot-shots in Ellesmere Port Town U23‘ 3-3 equal to West Kirby Res. were Joe Hayes, Toby Sutton and Jack Blackhall and Aaron Baird, Gary Baker and Joel Kelly.

Corey Beavan, Charlie Germany and Ben Roberts applied the finishing touches Groves Ath. knocks Chester Nomads Res. 3-1.

Jack Waddicar scored for Poulton Vics for the third consecutive game but his effort was in vain as Heswall U23 recorded a 5-1 win thanks to efforts from Brad Greer, Dan Torto, Ben Gore and an own goal.

Tuesday 14/5/24 – After flirting with the possibility of relegation for most of the season, Heswall they found their form when they needed it most and with four wins from their last five meetings, their Division 1 status was secured for another season.

Joe Ford and Jack Wood scored a goal each as the Gayton Park outfit ran out winners Aintree Villa 2-1 to record a league double against visitors Liverpool. Liam Van Gelder responded for Villa.

There was better news for Aintree’s reserve team in Division Two as Jamie Watkinson, Jay Leigh and Sam Jarvis found the net in a 3-0 success at South. Sefton Borough.

Wednesday 15/5/24 – There were two cup finals involving the West Cheshire League representatives, but unfortunately it was a night to forget as both sides locked horns. In the Chester & District FA Challenge Cup final the match between Chester Nomads and Newton Ath. it ended in a 2-2 stalemate before Newton emerged victorious 10-9 on penalties.

Youth Division Outfit Athletico Blues had Finnbar McGovern and Baden Clarendon on target but suffered a 3-2 defeat to 7 Elite Academy in the final of the LCFA Youth Cup.

In Division Three, despite finishing on the losing side on Monday night, consistent marksman Jack Waddicar showed he hasn’t lost his appetite for goals as he was joined on the scoresheet by Joe Ward and Danny Wilson as Poulton Vics accounted Capenhurst Villa Res. 3-1, McKenzie James scores for Cape.

A smart double from Ryan Navis was complemented by a further effort from Brad Geer as Heswall U23 enjoyed a 3-2 decision Great Sutton who rallied through John Skipsey and Liam McCrellis.

Jack Sailes, Max Percival and Joe Humphries scored for Groves Ath. which capitulated 7-3 to responses from West Kirby Res.Matty Kelly (2), Lewis Handford, Joel Kelly, Harvey Robinson, Sam Bonner and Dean Wylde.

With one game remaining, the Youth Division leaders, Cammell Laird 1907 maintained their one-point lead at the top thanks to a 5-0 rout of West Kirby Utd.with Jack Gordon (2), Theo McDowell (2) and Leo Patton on the mark.

closest rivals, Maghull B they also had their shooting boots on Mossley Hill Ath. Will Hoey (2), Nathan Moffitt, Adam Ralph, Adam Howes, Dan Dearing and Billy Brennan shared the goals in a 7-1 win.

Elsewhere, a goal from Jack Coll failed to prevent Neston nomads from going down 3-1 at home to efforts from South LiverpoolJack Colburn (2) and Ellis Jago.

Friday 17/5/24 – With just one league defeat to their name all season, Division Three champions Cammell Laird 1907 Res. finished their campaign on a high with a 3-1 eclipse of Heswall U23s. Two goals from Leo Patton and a Kieran Hughes effort completed a job well done. Heswall’s answer came through James Hawkins.

Weekend Action – HeswallHis senior side ended their schedule on a winning note with a 2-1 triumph Chester Nomads, which saw them finish a respectable eighth in Division One. Danny Lewis and Matty Morris were up front for the hosts, with Rory Harper in reply for the Nomads.

In fifth place Marshalls can be very pleased with the season’s efforts and the final game, they confirmed their fifteenth league win and featured the efforts of Brendan Ndlovu, Jack Ward, Luc Haralambous and Alfie Williams in Saturday’s 4-1 decision over Aintree Villawhich had Dylan Lawless on target.

In the second division Borough of South Sefton3-1 win against him Neston nomads saw goals from Sal Dabi (2) and Sam Bennett. The author of the visitors’ goal was George Kelly.

In Division Three, the points were shared by Villa Capenhurst Res. and Rainhill Town Res. it ended in a 2-2 draw.

Finally, hats off to South Liverpool, who were crowned champions of the youth division after Saturday’s one-goal victory over third-placed rivals Cammell Laird 1907. Elsewhere, West Kirby Utd. signed off with a 4-3 win at Runcorn Linnets.

Main image and image below: South Liverpool, Youth League Champions

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