King Put on a Right Royal Show; BUSINESS HOUSES

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King Put on a Right Royal Show; BUSINESS HOUSES


IN Division One, King Harry were 3-1 winners over Pavilion Athletic thanks to Chris Allen and Andy Shields (2) as Belfry beat GRA 2-1 with AndyWiseman and SteWalker (2) scoring.

English Rose enjoyed a 2-1 win at Quarry Green to stay top with Alan Kelly and Reece Welsh getting the goals and Athletic Clubmoor beat The Hyper Bar 1-0 with Joe Clarke netting. Rice Lane were 4-2 winners against Regent.

In Division Two Lute Oakfield beat AFC Breckside 4-1 and Larkspur beat Priory Villa 3-1. The Sefton Arms slipped to a 4-2 defeat against Aintree Village and Heart of the City slumped to another defeat with Woodstreet's Will Clarke, Mike Brierley and John Hughes on target in the 3-0 win while Santiago had Barry Ellis and Andy Faraday to thank for their 2-1 win over BRNESC Youth.

In Division Three the surprise result has to be the 3-2 defeat of leaders Springfield by AC Croxteth. Shawn Riley grabbed both goals for Springfield but Croxteth came from behind with James Lyons (2) and Mick Hannah clinching the win.

Gears United had an easy 8-1 win over W Carroll Roofing with a hat-trick fromChris Hatton moving them into top spot. …

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