Season 2021-22 Week Nine Review - Sunday 17th October 2021

By Phil Kemble

Sunday 17th October 2021

Report complied By Tom Potter League Secretary

Moreton Alarms Supplies Second Division

Trident went level top of the Moreton Alarms Supplies Second Division due to a three-pronged success over Park Royal in which Mikal Mocha, Jake Williams and Sam Bonner all bagged singles in their 3-1 win, as Jordan Major netted the consolation.

Shore Villa Athletic claimed their first victory when beating Bromborough Athletic 4-0 with goals from Dylan Taylor, Jordan McAteer-Thompson, Ethan Naismith and Tom Taylor gaining the points.

Two excellent goals from Greg Williams were not enough for Wallasey Wolves as they were ravaged by Primrose FC 9-2 in a game superbly marshalled by up-and-coming referee Jack Roberts who had a great game. On target for Primrose were Dave Harrison-2, Adam Walker, Declan Kinnear, Neil Kelly, Liam Guy, Declan Pearce, Dan Lewis and Alex Broadbent.

Mike O’Sullivan Garages First Division

In the Mike O’Sullivan Garages First Division JASGA FC brought up their sixth win following their hard-fought 2-1 victory over Bromborough Town to remain the only 100% team in the league. A goal apiece from Daren Pritchard and Stuart Speed put them 2-0 ahead but Town hit back through Sean Willett before the interval, but the score line stayed the same until full time.

Liscard Panthers and Eastham Rangers Colts fought out a seven-goal thriller that saw Dale Crawford bag a second half winner in a 4-3 success for Panthers. This after a first half strike and efforts with Curtis Ledsom-Robinson and Tom Wright, with Dillon Thomas netting a great treble for the Colts who equalised three times.

Sheridans FC leapfrogged Vineyard into second place with a battling 2-0 win thanks to a goal apiece from Leon Jones and Max Tatler.

Remaining fourth are Wallasey Wanderers as they defeated Eastham Rangers 3-1 as an own goal allied to singles from Mike Madden and Ben Kelly secured the points. Kieran Hodgson claimed the lone response.

Wirral DFA Premier Cup - 2nd Round

PLCCFC were eliminated from the Wirral DFA Premier Cup when losing 0-3 versus Hope Farm.

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