WINNINGTON Park’s first team were on the mark early at Prescot only for the hosts to grab two quick goals ending the first half 2-1.

The second half saw Prescot pull away with another couple of goals.

Park re-grouped and got back to their passing game and scored two further goals.

At 4-3 Park pushed for an equaliser, but Prescot exploited the space at the back and scored two more goals towards the end of the match to go down 6-3.

Man of the match was Harry Garner.

The Second team looked the better team for most of the game but three counters from Knutsford led to three goals.

Dan Connah got a consolation goal from a short corner but it was a 3-1 loss.

Man of the match was keeper Sam Robins.

Winnington’s third team travelled to fifth placed Stockport Bramhall 2s in search of a glimmer of hope to save the team from relegation.

After a scoreless first half a period of sustained pressure ended with a counter led by Sean Morley who managed to find the first goal of the game.

The game balanced out for the next few minutes before a flurry of short corners where the young Bramhall centre back ran out and took a flick right on the knee and the game was paused for some treatment.

Into the last few minutes Bramhall smashed the ball into the top near corner - but after a large pause the goal was ruled out as being deemed as dangerous. An incensed Stockport then went down to ten men after the ‘scorer’ saw yellow for his post shot actions.

The game ended and Park had all three points - their first win in 11 games. Man of the match went to Angus Paddison for his tireless efforts down the right.

The fourths at home to Golborne were slow off the mark and the visitors capitalised by scoring three first half goals. The second half saw Park pulled two goals back through man of the match Wolfie Doel. Golborne grabbed a fourth with five minutes to go.