Congratulations to the West Cheshire League's representative side, who turned a 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 victory at Vauxhalls against The Staffordshire Senior League and progressed to the FA Inter League cup final.

After the visitors had taken an early lead through Peter Williams, West Cheshire levelled on 30 minutes. with South Liverpool's Mason Nevitt converting from the spot after he had been brought down.

The issue was then settled on the hour mark, thanks to an astute finish from Nevitt's club colleague, Brad Williams. Vauxhalls' goalkeeper, Owen Kirkham and Ellesmere Port Town's James Davies were also singled out for solid defensive displays, writes Ernie Mcdonald.

West Cheshire must now await the outcome of the Dorset Premier League v Jersey League, to discover their final opponents.

Saturday's Division One action saw Ashville maintain their winning run, with Lee Davey and Tom Quinn netting in the 2-0 eclipse of Rainhill Town. Upton AA won by the same margin against Neston Nomads, courtesy of a goal apiece from Nathan Mapletoft and Lee Guiardo. Reigning champions Newton were elevated to eighth place in the table following a 3-2 result over Capenhurst Villa.

Division Two pacesetters Prescot Cables Res. stayed ten points clear of the chasing pack, after two goals from Brad Parry inspired them to a 4-2 victory over Ashville Res.

Nearest rivals, Mersey Royal, were indebted to goals from Adam Smith, Leon Detlaff, Phil Humphreys and Liam Driscoll for their 4-2 decision over Mossley Hill Ath. Res.

Doubles from Kalif Koura, Mike Speed and Joe Fergus set South Liverpool Res. up for a 6-2 win against Litherland Remyca Dev. while Cheshire Lines overcame Maghull Res., Steve MeGarry and Leon Williams obliging in a 2-1 success.

Top scorers in Division Three were West Kirby Res. who posted a 7-2 result over promotion challengers, Marine Res. Danny Dixon (3), Adam Bagley (2), Tila Davies and Jamie Varney shared the goals with Tom Hewlett (2) in reply.

Two goal Ben Kearney was the main man, as Poulton Vics overcame Willaston 2-1 and Marshalls Res.' Shaun Smith went one better - his hat trick anchoring his side to a 4-1 triumph over Pensby FC.

Despite efforts from Jack Hughes and Cam Grant, third placed Bootle Res. came unstuck at Capenhurst Villa Res., who savoured a 4-2 result with Ross Cooper, John Britton, Louis Phelan and Carl McLeod on the mark.

Respective scorers in Heswall Res.' 1-1 stalemate with Chester Nomads Res. were Matt Holt and Jamie Edge.

In the light of the current Coronavirus Covid-19 situation, there will be a discussion at the Management Committee meeting this Thursday as to what actions the league needs to take and to how best it can respond to the Government's public health advice together with any guidelines issued by the Football Association. Club secretaries will be kept informed accordingly.