ELLESMERE Port Town Ladies remain one point clear at the top of Cheshire Women’s League Division One after they romped to a 9-0 victory at Wythenshawe Amateurs Ladies.
Fresh from reaching the semi-finals of the Cheshire County Women’s Cup, Port showed no mercy on their struggling opponents.
Toni Livens netted a double hat-trick, playmaker Lydia Ward bagged a brace, and Kerri Brown struck a superb 30-yard free kick.
Ellesmere Port Town Girls Under 16s crashed out of the Cheshire County U16s Girls Cup after losing 3-2 at home to Stockport U16s Girls.
In what was an excellent advert for girls football, the hosts twice took the lead with excellent strikes from Holly Sayers and Lauren Spruce.
Centre-back Georgina Ludgate was named the player of the match for Port, for whom Spruce nearly notched a dramatic equaliser when she hit the bar from 20 yards in injury-time.
Ellesmere Port Town Girls U14s lost their Cheshire County U14s Girls Cup clash 6-1 at home to Richmond Rovers Girls U16s.
Kasey Tideswell reduced the arrears for the home side, whose player of the match was Holly McDonough.
There was an impressive 5-1 league victory for Ellesmere Port Town Girls U12s over Crossfields Athletic U12s Girls.
Tash Mitchell (4) and Libby Marsh got Port’s goals with Saffron Hughes their player of the match.