WESTMINSTER Park Lions stormed to an 8-1 victory over Malpas and District in the under 13s division.
Goals came from Ashley Whales (3), Dean Goring (2), Ben Beadles, Yousef Khalifa and an own goal from Malpas. Lions’ man of the match was Lee Richardson.
Saughall Colts beat Upton 2-1 with Saughall’s Yuseph Bakir and Sam Davies on target. Upton’s MoM award went to right back Jack Simcott.
Castrol Athletic were beaten 6-2 byŠPark Saints while Castrol Celtic won 6-0 against Newton Athletic.Š
AFC Waverton suffered a 9-1 defeat at the hands of Princes Villa with Jack Gittins grabbing a consolation goal. Callum Glover, Dominik Roberts, Connor Patterson, Bradley O’Donnell and Sean Eckles were all on target for Princes Villa.
Castrol Athletic fell to a 7-2 defeat to Park Saints with goals from Saints’ Lewis Donovan (2), Joe Williams (2), Patrick Burke, Stuart Austin and Sam Parsons.
JFC Boughton secured a place in the fourth round of the Cheshire Minor Cup with a 3-1 over Halton & District League leaders Pavilions. Sion Brisbane’s great goal from distance was book-ended by Jack Smith and Cameron Parker strikes. Pavilions scored a deserved consolation goal in the last minute. Boughton’s MoM was Joe Melody-Rupnik.
In the U12s division, Chester Nomads beat Chester Nomads Colts 5-2 with strikes from Harry Kiloran (2), Charlie Mann, Sean Crawshaw and Cameron Black.
Hope Farm won 5-0 at home against Pullford and Princes Villa Colts defeated Whitby Rangers 7-3.
In the Duke of Westminster Cup, Princes Villa beat Blacon Youth 9-1.
The U11s section saw JFC Boughton record a narrow 2-1 victory overŠBlacon YC. Boughton’s goals came from Steve Rimmer and Scott Hamilton. The MoM award for Boughton went to Luke Sawney.
An end-to-end encounter between Princes Villa and Waverton Bees finished 5-5. Liam Wall (2), Liam Ashbrooke, Joel Hart and Wez Sinclair netted for Princes Villa. MoM was Ryan Turner.
Three first half goals clinched a 3-0 win for Hoole Hornets over Waverton Hornets. Waverton MoM was Oliver Handley.
Malpas lost 9-1 to Upton Panthers, while Westminster Park scraped a 4-3 win over Saughall Colts. An Oliver Rollins strike and two goals from Alistair Riddy were not enough to save Saughall from defeat. Colts’ MoM was James Barrett.