HALTON Villa U14s are inaugural winners of the G Hesketh Cup, beating Halton Grange 2-1 in the final at Pavilions on Sunday.
Halton Junior League's newest competition is in memory of Sgt Graham Hesketh, of the 2nd Battalion, the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, who was killed while serving in Iraq in December.
Villa took the lead when Adam Houghton latched onto a through ball.
Ryan Smith and Robbie Shearer came close to extending this but Grange's keeper, like his Villa counterpart John Robinson, was on form.
Midway through the second half, Grange levelled but with extra time looming, Villa grabbed the winner.
Defender Michael Wilson received possession on halfway and beat two players before picking out striker Robbie Shearer.
* Liam Brophy's equaliser could not spark a Moorfield victory over Haydock in the Warrington & District League's Premier Division.
Haydock took the lead midway through a cautious first half.
But the effort, from a corner, was heavily disputed by Moor-field who claimed a 'blatant push' on keeper Dando.
Moorfield finally got more of a grip and equalised in the second half through Brophy's 12-yard header.
The same player had a great effort cleared off the line late on.
Division Four title chasers Moorfield Reserves went six points clear of St Michael's DH who have a game in hand after a workmanlike 4-1 win at Blackbrook.
Blackbrook soon went ahead - Stephen Flaherty misjudging his back pass, which left otherwise untroubled keeper John Kennedy helpless.
With Andy O'Neill outstanding in defence, Moorfield hit back with a Ben Price thunderbolt from close range.
Fellow youngster, Frederick Todd put them 2-1 up.
In the second half, MoM Price bagged his second and Joel Craven settled the issue.
Moorfield 3rds drew 1-1 at home with Grappenhall Reserves thanks to a Mark Pimlett goal.
* Rainhill Town (Dooling, McCracken) booked their place in the Jubillee Trophy final with a 2-0 victory over Penlake.
Rainhill Town 3rds (Pat McEgan 2, Kieran Gannon, Scott Thompson) held Division Three leaders Burtonwood Albion 4-4.