Houlihan's Press Report 11th October 2020

By Russell Hardy

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Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday Football League Press Report for Sunday 11th October 2020

Rock Ferry Social were the only winners in the Cheshire County Football Association Sunday Challenge Cup with a Josh Griffiths brace and a single from Callum Robinson after a tough trough at Inter Tameside, Ellesmere Port Athletic (Michael Urmstone, John Britton, Michael Cooper, Michael Jones) lost out on penalties 5-4 after drawing 4-4 with Romiley FC, Glenavon Athletic dipped out 3-0 at Adswood United while Neston United (Jack Lloyd) were derailed by Waggon & Horses FC 4-1

Only one game took place in The Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League Premier Division with newly promoted Beechwood Social Club getting the upper hand over Queens Park, Queens Park were leading 1-0 at the break via a Liam Driscoll effort, Beechwood hit back in the second half with goals from Jack McGrotty and Mitchell Duggan,

Rivacre FC hit top spot in Division One after a resounding 9- 1 win over newly promoted Woodchurch Rovers on the mark for Rivacre were Jamie Eaton, Jay Harvey, Andy Rogers and Joe Foster all with a brace each, Alex Wilson also added his name on the scoresheet, replying with a consolation was Tom Briggs, Tom Williams called the tune for Wirral Radio FC notching a fine double at Telegraph FC and remain with a 100 record and have a game in hand on 2nd placed Lions FC who had hatrick hero in Matt Kerr supported by an Ameel Al Gamri strike defeating AFC Shaftes 4-2, Corsair FC earned their points of the season with a 3-0 win over FC Tranmere,

Goals were plenty from the action in Division Two, League newcomers Barkers FC made it 3 wins and out of 3 with a 2-1 success at Eagle Stirrup FC (Stuart Davies) thanks to Ashley Robinson and Mark Munt finding the net, Free scoring Neston United are among the early pacesetters Romping to a 5-2 win at Vauxhall Motors FC with a fine treble from Liam Jeacock supplemented by Mark Nokes and Jay Roberts strikes, close on their heels by goal difference only is The Lukes (W Bulpin, D Murphy) who registered a 2-1 result over Wellington FC, Belmont FC hit six past Higher Bebington (Joel Whalley, Matt Callahan 2, Dan Freeman,) with the Bebington based side replying with four, goals and points were shared between Barcodes FC (Mark Cooper, John Allan, Alex Clare) and Upton Town (Tom Ward, Alex Pitt, Will O’Leary) in a 3-3 draw while JPL Jets accounted for Madisons 7-1,

There are five clubs with 6 points each at the top of the Division Three AFC Tima (Tony Jones 2, Steve Gateley 2, Alan Merrin) who have been languishing at the wrong end of the table the past couple of season and have found their shooting boots notching a splendid result at Wirral Athletic (Matt Barry) 5-1, Silva Athletic (Martin Whalley, Will Gill2, Ryan Wynne, Andrew Hopwood) have found themselves in a similar position hitting five without reply over MSC Eastham) Parkgate St Germain posted their first maximum of the season recording a 4-2 win over Oval FC (M Griffiths, K Cholakov, Victoria Colts (Ryan Coles 2, Josh Ross, Kyle Sallis) eclipsed high flying Rangers Breaks (Paul Leay) 4-1, Honours were even between AFC Park North and AFC Raeburn (Bedel Zan-Bi, Tom Harrington) in a 2-2 draw

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