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Felicity finds form with five terrific goals

Crosby Stuart U11 Girls 2 Town Green U11 Girls 1Read

Breen fires home four in Forefield’s derby victory

Forefield Rangers 11Gt Crosby Sharks U11s 2Read

Gr-eight effort keeps U10s’ title hopes alive

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Bootle put the Gloss on victory

BOOTLE ended Glossop's 22 match unbeaten run with an excellent 3-1 victory.Read

Doran delighted with Bootle win

BOOTLE manager Joe Doran was pleased with the character his side showed as they fought back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Barnoldswick Town.Read

Rangers spring up to defeat Tots in first meeting

Forefield Rangers U11s 2 Great Crosby Colts U11s 0Read

Blues teenage star Magill impressed by girls’ teams

EVERTON Ladies footballer Simone Magill was the latest Blues star to enjoy the most recent Girls Inter-School football tournament as Our Lady of Compassion made it a trio of competition successes this season.Read

Litherland Remyca selling seats ahead of non league campaign

LITHERLAND Remyca will be launching a sponsor a seat scheme as part of a plan to climb up the English football pyramid.Read

Championship is secured in truly gr-eight style

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Tigers U12s roar back

Litherland Tigers U9s 3 Burscough 1Read

Rangers have extra quality in epic cup clash

Forefield Rangers 3 Bulford Boys 2 (aet)Read

Bootle 2-1 St Helens

BOOTLE manager Joe Doran was delighted with his side performance, as they got back to winning ways with a hard-fought 2-1 victory at St Helens Town.Read

Invaluable experience for U7s in Craven Minor Trophy

Burnley FC U10s 1 Crosby Stuart JFC U10s 10Read

Tigers just keep Wolves from the door in thriller

Litherland Tigers U7s v St George’s DragonsRead

Belfry savour first win

BELFRY FC finally got their first win in the Under 18s Youth Liverpool County Premier League. They went in at half time 3-1 down to Marshalls, facing yet another defeat. The lads stuck with it though and came out fighting in the second half to turn the game around, with goals from Liam Byrne (2), Jon Kelly and Liam Wilson to make the final score 4-3. This win was a well deserved reward, after recent disappointing defeats and is testament to the spirit that sees the team turn out week after week in all weathers and keep on playing even when things are going against them. Read

Smart shows intelligence says Doran

BOOTLE manager Joe Doran admitted he was satisfied with his side’s performance in their 2-2 draw against Runcorn Town at the Delta Taxis Stadium.Read

It’s elementary for Watson scoring goals once again

Litherland Tigers U7s 1 v Ormskirk West End 3Read

U13s’ terrific efforts go unrewarded

Crosby Stuart Youth U8 v Formby JFCRead

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