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Chester and Wirral Football League - Latest Results

Here are this weekend's results from the Chester and Wirral Football League...

CWFL Life Members Cup:

In the last 16 of the CWFL Life Member cup on Monday night, Neston Nomads Reserves erased the memory of a disappointing defeat in the Cayzer Shield semi-final two days before as goals from Aiden Middleton and Alex Butterworth seen Neston defeat Chester Nomads XI 2-1. Neston will now meet Sutton Rangers in the quarter final.

In CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division:

On Wednesday night in the CWFL Queensferry Premier Division, Shaftesbury Youth and Moreton FC played out a 3-3 thriller.  Danny Keogh bagged a Brace and Ash Jameson a single for Moreton, but Shaftsbury struck back with a double from Danny Whitehead and a goal from Declan Iverson.

On Saturday Hoole Rangers had a four-goal hero in Callum Jones as they demolished Chester Nomads XI 9-1. Victor Arogundade also netted a brace to go along with singles for Jack Stelling, Ben Hughes, and Josh Leach.

CWFL Dee 106.3 League Cup semi-finals:

League form was thrown out the window on Saturday in the Dee 106.3 League cup semi-final, Kelsall have defeated Sutton in both league encounters this season but a double from Steffan Gittins and a strike from Nathan Stephenson sent Sutton Rangers into the final as they ran out 3-1 winners. Dom Coates got Kelsall’s consolation goal.

In the other semi-final League form was very much the norm as Waggon & Horses booked their place in the final with an emphatic 5-0 win against Moreton FC. A James Lloyd double was supplemented with singles from Robbie Davies, Ben Barret and Shean Shrigley.

CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division and 5:

Witton Albion vets hit second placed Frodsham vets Reserves for six without reply and had six different scorers.  Dan Holland, Oliver James, Kyle Dyson, Scott Fullwood, Dave Shore, and Dave Lomas all bagged in a superb win for Witton.

A Matt Naylan hat-trick was the difference as Port Sunlight vets beat Rake & Pikel vets by the odd goal in five. Edwin Reyes and Tim Miles hit Rake’s consolation goals.

Division 5 leaders, Wirral Masters vets had to settle for a point against Crossway vets in a 2-2 draw. Nike Davies and Michael Shaw netted for master’s whilst Josh Jones and Wes Roberts bagged or Crossway.

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