Houlihan's Press Report 10 December 2023

By Russell Hardy

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Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League

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Press Report for Sunday 10th December 2023

Eastham Rangers Colts produced the result of the day, Colts who play in the Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League Maxwell’s Barber Division One defeated Dock AFC 5-4 despite a hatrick from Jamie Eaton, Eastham Rangers Colts will now be in the hat for the Wirral Premier Cup semi final draw with fellow division rivals Rig Move and Bushell and the winners of the all Premier division clash Corsair and Woodchurch Hotel FC that is due to take place next Sunday, finding the ney for Eastham Rangers Colts were Jim Ludbrook, Braden Laurie, Andy Rogers, Dan O’Halloran and Joel Whalley, Jack Kelly was also on the scoresheet for Dock AFC

Queens Park moved back to the top of the Premier Division albeit only on goal difference but they also have 2 games in hand after a 3-0 success at Neston Nomads despite being held to 0-0 at 70 mins, the experienced Queens Park finished stronger thanks to Harvey Sample, Liam Owen and Alex Cherero who all notched a single strike each, Great Float who hosted KRCT Bidston and lost pole position after dipping 2-3, netting for KRCT were Dava Bowe, Kian Hamm and Ben O’Neil, Shaun Parrington hit a double for Great Float, new boys Cheshire Cheese continue to make a good account of themselves with Nick Lynch and Lewis Gouldson firing them to a 2-0 win at Rock Ferry Social to maintain 3rd place and within striking distance of the top 2, Rig Move who have access to an all weather 3G pitch continue to get games played and avoid an end of season backlog sneaked to the helm of the Maxwell’s Barber Division One after a comfortable 6-1 romp against Barcodes FC (Danny France), while Prenton FC accounted for AFC Shaftes 2-1,

Higher Beb Kelma travelled to Neston and earned maximum points after a mid table clash in Division Three with Parkgate St Germain (Adam Matthews) 3-1, a smart double from Adam Clarke added to a Liam Atherton effort doing the damage


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