Hartshill C still head Division Two after an emphatic 10-0 win at Nalgo
Old Xaverians (red and blue stripes) in action during their 4-11 Zingari Combination Trophy Competition semi-final win over Liverpool Nalgo
at the Nalgo
sports ground in West Derby Picture ANDREW TEEBAY
Facing up to Thatcherism is the third volume of the official history of NALGO
, the earlier volumes taking the story from the union's founding in 1905 to 1965 and 1978, respectively.
Wilson was also on the scoresheet for RAF, with Nalgo
's lone response supplied by Jim Currie.
RESULTS: Premier Division: Collegiate OB 0 Hill Ath 0; Liverpool NALGO
1 (Fleming) NELTC 3 (Hargreaves, Owen, Fleming); Warbreck 1 (King) Roma 3 (Cooney, Harris, Hopkins); Alsop OB 0 Mackets 1; Old Xaverians 2 (Cross 2) Quarry Bank OB 0.
CLOSING IN: Alder gang up on a Nalgo
player; FLYING VOLLEY: A Nalgo
player in action; SO CLOSE: Nalgo
's Timmy Taylor hits the bar with this powerful shot during the LCFA Veterans Cup match with Alder
THE holiday break has enabled a few catch-up games to be played and Nalgo
A cashed in to claim their position at the top of Division one after thrashing bottom-placed Hartshill B 10-0.
Collegiate and Liverpool Nalgo
shared a six-goal thriller, with McGill grabbing two for Collegiate and Brady doing the same for NALGO
Third placed Liverpool Nalgo
(Durgan, Tynan, Roberts) also closed up after recording a battling 3-2 decision over Birchfield (Euston, Roach).
LEAGUE champions Nalgo
A, despite giving away a huge amount of points, comfortably overcame Ex Service B 5-1 in the Nuneaton League's Albert Whitmore Handicap Shield with both Justin Rai and Adrian Pilgrim unbeaten.
beat Alsop 3-2, a Jackson double the high point for NALGO
Mitchell was on the mark at both ends in the 1-1 draw between Nalgo
Students and Turpins, while another 1-1 result saw bottom of the table MC Vets (Jim Nolan) share the points with 42 Vets (Tony Randall).