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Late goals were the order of the day as leaders Poulton Vics claimed the points with a last-minute effort from Joe Magee against Vineyard and JASGA FC did likewise as Callum Morrison netted at the death to earn them a 1-0 victory over Bromborough Town to keep hold of second place. Despite a Josh Hatton scoring a double Rockpoint FC could only share the spoils with North Wirral Saints in a 2-2 draw, as Sam Platt and a last-minute goal from Billy Richards snatched a point. PLCCFC went nap when beating Harbour FC 5-2, with goals from Pat Carpenter, Ciaran Gregory, Matthew Hollis, Lewis McDonald and Moses Kampaka. Hitting the replies was Mike New with a brace in a game of missed chances and errors.
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Action resulted in victories for the leading pack, as Eastham Rangers Colts saw off the challenge of Trident in a 4-0 success thanks to a treble from Dillon Thomas and a single from Mike Cavanagh. Staying second are Liscard Panthers as they mauled Shore Villa (Jamie Outran & Tommy Hewson) 7-2 thanks to efforts from Will Callaghan, Dale Crawford, Ben Abbott, Curt Ledsom, George Wilson, George Pickthall and an own goal, that makes them the highest scoring team in the league. Still in the promotion pack are Wallasey Wanderers who beat Wallasey Wolves 6-0, as Ollie Lowe, Macauley Lathom, Owen Pulford, Connor Jackson, Declan Netherton and Ash Gibson all scored. Park Royal continued their winning streak when beating West Kirby United 3-2 courtesy of goals from Jordan Major-2 and Jack Marshall, with Josh Duncan and Luke Gibson netting the replies.
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The last unbeaten record in the league fell as Rose & Crown Delta took the scalp of Mike O’Sullivan Garages Third Division pace setters Vale Athletic in a 3-2 success, as Fenton Kavanagh bagged a brace and Billy Baker claimed a single, with Frankie Ward and Max Leigh firing the responses in a hard-fought tussle. Vittoria Vaults lost the chance to go top after drawing 3-3 with Oxton Celtic (Sean Deehan, Harry Sutton & Tim Hughes), thanks to a Leon Jones double and a single from Matty Basolu. North West Harriers claimed their first victory with a 3-1 win over West Kirby United Whites due to Riley Jones-2 and Cameron Bratherton finding the net. The lone reply came from a Harvey Dean penalty.