BULL Wanderers stunned White Swan with a 6-1 away win in the Shell Premier Division.
Cameron Foster added four to his tally for the season, with Ian Forster and Matty Bowen topping up the scoreline. Paul Davies fired home Swans’ reply.
Grace and FC Sportsman’s cancelled each other out in a goal-laden 3-3 draw. Scott Rowley, James Watson and Jay Kealan scored the goals which should have won it for hosts Grace, but a Barry Lloyd double and Danny Duffy’s effort meant Sportsman’s took something home.
ITCL Gunners misfired at home to Wing Half, who won 4-2. Ashley Tew and Tom Bowen netted as Wing Half’s Neil McKinnon, Lee Jones, Adam Chambers and Mike Murray all beat the keeper.
In Division One, Cat’s Chaney Lloyd and Robbie Steadman set their side on the road to a 3-1 victory against The Bull.
An own goal from Bull then sealed it, despite the visitors scoring at the right end through Jamie Livens.
Little Sutton registered a massive 10-0 triumph at Rivacre.
Goal machine Mike Urmston got four, with Shaun Jones and Craig Darlington weighing in with two each and John Haddock and Eric Williams completing the scoreline.
SCFC 94 kept one step ahead of Hope Farm Rangers, winning 4-2 at home. Shaun Robinson struck twice and Wayne Manning and Keith Robinson also scored for the home side, with Rangers’ goals coming from James Murphy and Steve Cato.
Grace Reserves returned from Sir Robert with full points after Scott Marley, Mike Simpson and Gary Lancaster gave them a 3-1 win. Joe York scored for the hosts.
Danny Lynch, Steve Sailes and Steve Hill were all on target for Travellers Rest at home but their side still lost, going down 4-3 to ITCL Gunners Reserves, whose goals came from Gary Lunt (2), Scott McAllister and James Jones.
Old Wirral Hundred posed a tough challenge for Westminster Reserves, but they overcame it just to win 3-2. Paul Parsonage, Shaun Gratrix and Kevin Gardner found the net for Westminster while Tommy Taylor and Mike Joines hit back for Hundred.
Castrol Villa were eliminated from the Wirral Sunday Premier Cup in the first round, losing 1-0 in extra time to Wirral Liberals.
In the second round, Westminster lost 9-1 at home to Queens Park and Woodchurch dumped Woodlands out 5-0.