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Results & Fixtures 2021/22

Some Fixtures Will change, so players should always double check with Team managers.
All League Matches unless Stated:   1st team Blue...... 2nd team Red
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Date 

Fixture

W.D.L

Scorers

MoM

August

Sat 07

Capenhurst Villa Res   4  v  2  Poulton Royal FC

W

L.Cooper, D.Hoppe, L.Phelan,  J.McKinnon

Paul Williams

Mon
09
Capenhurst Villa Res  0  v  8 Sutton Ath FC

L

Nil

Charlie Thomas

Wed
11
Newton FC  2  v  0  Capenhurst Villa

L

Nil

Danny Page

Sat
14

Capenhurst Villa  0   v  2  Mossley Hill Ath FC    

L

Nil

Jamie Easton

Neston Nomads  1  v  3  Capenhurst Villa Res

W

M.Hickman 2, S.Hickson

Tom Challinor

Mon  16 Capenhurst Villa Res  2  v  3  Chester Nomads res

L

J.Sheridan 2

James Sheridan

Wed  18 Vauxhall Motors FC Res  3 v 4  Capenhurst Villa

W

L.Jones, S.Rowlands, E.Williams, D.Hoppe

Lewis Cooper

Sat
21
Marshalls FC  1  v  3  Capenhurst Villa   

W

R.Nicol 2, P.Quillam

Rowan Whelan

Capenhurst Villa Vets   2   v  2   Vauxhall Vets

D

Vets Pre season game  3pm @ Cape

 
Mon  23 Capenhurst Villa Res   1 v 1   Runcorn Sports FC

D

L.Phelan

Louis Phelan

Wed  25 Chester Nomads FC  0   v  2  Capenhurst Villa   

W

R.Nicol 2

Ryan Nicol

Fri 27 Groves Athletic FC   2   v  4    Capenhurst Villa Res

W

L.Sparks, M.Hickman, D.Hoppe E.Wiliams

Liam Sparks

Sat 28 Capenhurst Villa   P   Redgate Rovers FC

P

Game off Redgate Covid Positive

 
 September
Sat 04 Rainhill Town FC   0  v  3  Capenhurst Villa  

W

R.Nicol, J.Easton, P.Quillam

Luke Jones

Capenhurst Villa Res  2   v  1   Mersey Harps FC

W

M.Hickman 2.

 

Capenhurst Villa Vets  2  v  2  Higher Beb vets

D

M.Ryan P.Coffin

 
Fri 10 Bootle FC Res   5   v   3   Capenhurst Villa Res

L

M.Hickman, J.Britton

Dom Hoppe

Sat 11

Capenhurst Villa   3   v   3  Neston Nomads FC
Wirral Senior Cup...Cape win 5-4 on Pens

W

R.Nicol, Kev Fields, J.Easton

Cup No MoM

Sat 18 Capenhurst Villa   3   v  1   Marshalls FC

W

R.Nicol 3

Ryan Nicol 

Ellesmere Port Res  2  v  2  Capenhurst Villa Res

D

J.Britton, M.Hickman

Rowan Whelan

Hooton FC Vets  3  v  1  Capenhurst Villa vets

L

T.Ashton 

 
Sat 25 Prescot Cables FC Res   0  v  3   Capenhurst Villa 

W

J.Easton, R.Nicol, C.Forshaw

Ben O'Connor

Capenhurst Villa Res     P     South Liverpool 3rds

P

Game Postponed

 
October
Sat 02 Cammel Laird 1907   P   Capenhurst Villa 

P

Postponed..Wirral Senior Cup 

 
Capenhurst Villa Res   5  v  1  Shaftes Youth Res

W

M.Hickman 4, J Mackinnon

Wirral Cup ..... No MoM

Neston Nmds Vets  1  v  6  Cape Villa Vets

W

M.Ryan 3, M.McCaffrey, I.Forster, S.Hickson

 
Sat
09
Chester Nomads FC   4  v  2   Capenhurst Villa 

L

J.Easton, S.Rowlands

Cup ..... No MoM
Capenhurst Villa Res  3  v  0  West Kirby FC Res    

W

R.Whelan, J.Britton, M.Hickman

Nathan Lightfoot

Neston Nmds Vets  P  v P  Capenhurst Villa Vets

W

Cape Walkover... Neston withdrawn

 
Sat 16 Aintree Villa FC   0  v  1   Capenhurst Villa 

W

K.Fields

Dom Hoppe

Capenhurst Villa Res  P   v  P  Aintree Villa FC Res

P

Game Postponed

 
Tue 19 Cammell Laird FC   1  v  0   Capenhurst Villa 

L

 

Cup ..... No MoM

Sat 23 Capenhurst Villa  7  v  2  Prescot Cables FC Res

W

S.Rowlands 3, M.Simmons 2, R.Nicol, D.Hoppe

Steve Rowlands

Sutton Ath FC  4  v  1   Capenhurst Villa Res

L

L.Sparks

Charlie Thomas

Capenhurst Villa Vets  1  v  2  Blackburn Utd Res

L

T.Ashton 

 
Sat 30 Mossley Hill Ath FC   1   v   1   Capenhurst Villa 

D

D.Hoppe

Dom Hoppe

Capenhurst Villa Res   P    v   P   Willaston FC

P

Game off Willaston Covid Positive

 
Capenhurst Villa Vets   5   v  0   Pockets FC Vets

W

C.McCready 2, P.Jones, M.Ryan, S.Hickson

 
November
Sat 06 Heswall FC  1  v  0   Capenhurst Villa 

L

Nil

Liam Fitzpatrick

Capenhurst Villa Res    P v P   Poulton Vics Res

P

Game off Poulton Vics Covid Positive

 
Sat 13 Capenhurst Villa   2  v  2  FC Bootle St Edmunds

D

R.Whelan, K.McMurray

Rowan Whelan

Poulton Royal   3   v  1  Capenhurst Villa Res 

L

B.Marray

Liam Sparks

Mersey Royal vets 1  v  1  Capenhurst Villa Vets

D

M.Ryan

 
Sat 20 Capenhurst Villa   2  v  4    Maghull FC

L

J.Britton, S.Rowlands

Dom Hoppe

Sat 27 Capenhurst Villa   4  v  0   Vauxhall Motors Res

W

S.Rowlands 3, D.Hoppe

Nathan Lightfoot

Ellesmere Port Tn Res  0 v 3 Capenhurst Villa Res

W

J.Britton, L.Phelan, L.Sparks

Rob MacDowell

Upton JFC Vets   P  v  P Capenhurst Villa Vets

P

Game Postponed

 
 December
Sat 04 Mersey Royal FC   2  v  2   Capenhurst Villa 

D

R.Nicol, S.Rowlands

Ryan Nicol

Capenhurst Villa Res  5  v  0  Aintree Villa Res

W

M.Hickman 4, J.Britton

Matty Hickman

Sat 11 Capenhurst Villa Res       v     S.Liverpool 3rds

P

Game Postponed

 
Capenhurst Villa Vets      v     Hooton FC Vets

P

Game Postponed

 
Sat 18 Capenhurst Villa   P v P   Vauxhall Motors Res

P

Game Postponed

 
 January
Sat 08 Capenhurst Villa       v      Newton FC

P

Game Postponed Waterlogged pitch

 
Runcorn Sports FC    v    Capenhurst Villa Res    

P

Game Postponed Waterlogged pitch

 
Higher Beb Vets      v   Capenhurst Villa Vets

P

Game Postponed Waterlogged pitch

 
Sat 15 Capenhurst Villa  3   v  1   Aintree Villa FC

W

R.McQuade 2, J.Easton

Steve Rowlands

Poulton Vics Res   4  v 1  Capenhurst Villa Res    

L

C.Thomas 

Rowan Whelan

Sat 22 FC Bootle St Edmunds  1  v  0   Capenhurst Villa

L

Nil

Kirk MacMurray

Capenhurst Villa Res  1  v 0 Ellesmere Pt Tn Res

W

John Britton

James Mackinnon

Capenhurst Villa Vets 2  v 2 Mersey Royal FC Vets
                   Cape win 4-3 on Pens

W

S.Hickson, T.Ashton 

 
Sat 29 Ashville FC   1    v   0    Capenhurst Villa

L

Nil

Dom Hoppe

Runcorn Sports  1  v  0  Capenhurst Villa Res   

L

Nil

Dave Wright Elliot

 February
Sat 05 Capenhurst Villa  1   v  3   Rainhill Town FC

L

R.McQuade

Andy Millington

Aintree Villa FC Res   0  v 1   Capenhurst Villa Res

W

 

Rob MacDowell

Higher Beb Vets   P  v  P   Capenhurst Villa Vets

 P

Game Off Higher Beb Kelma Covid

 
Sat 12 Maghull FC   P   v   P    Capenhurst Villa

 P

Game Off Maghull in County cup

 
Capenhurst Villa Res  0   v  1   Bootle FC Res

Nil

Nathan Lightfoot

Sat 19 Capenhurst Villa  P   v  P   Mersey Royal  FC

 P

Game Postponed

 
Chester Nmds Res  P  v P  Capenhurst Villa Res    

 P

Game Postponed

 
Capenhurst Villa Vets   2  v  4  Hooton FC Vets

L

I.Armstrong, P.Jones

 
Sat 26 Capenhurst Villa  0   v  4   Ashville FC

L

Nil

 
Heswall FC res   3  v  1  Capenhurst Villa Res    

L

B.Marray

 

 March

Sat 05 Capenhurst Villa   P  v  P   Ellesmere Pt Town FC

P

Game Postponed Waterlogged pitch

 
Sth L.pool 3rds  3  v  5  Capenhurst Villa Res    

W

M.Vickers 3, D.Walker L.Cooper

Matty Vickers

Capenhurst Villa Vets  P  v  P  Neston Nmds Vets  

Game Postponed Waterlogged pitch

 
Sat 12 Capenhurst Villa   0   v  1   Heswall FC

L

Nil

Ellis Williams

Mersey Harps FC  P  v  P  Capenhurst Villa Res    

P

Game Postponed

 
Sat 19 Maghull FC   3  v  0   Capenhurst Villa

L

Nil

 
Capenhurst Villa Res  3  v  4   Heswall FC Res

L

M.Vickers 2, P.Quillam

Ben Marray

Sat 26 Ellemere Pt Tn FC   2  v  6   Capenhurst Villa

W

D.Page 3, S.Rowlands, D.Hoppe, J,Easton

Tom Challinor

Capenhurst Villa Res    1   v  2   Sth L,pool 3rds 

L

P.Quillam

Charles Avray

Capenhurst Villa Vets  P   v  P  Pockets FC Vets

P

Game off, Pockets FC Covid Positive

 
 April
Sat 02 Capenhurst Villa   1   v  1   Newton FC

D

J.Easton

Kirk MacMurray

Capenhurst Villa Vets  P  v P   Neston Nmds Vets

P

Game Postponed

 
Wed 06 Capenhurst Villa   0  v  2   Mersey Royal  FC

L

Nil

James Davies

Capenhurst Villa vets  0  v  2   Mersey Royal vets

L

Nil

 
Sat 09 Ashville FC    2   v   0    Capenhurst Villa

L

Nil

Mike Bebb

Mon 11 Capenhurst Villa Res   1   v   2  Groves FC 

L

D.E.Wright

Richie McQuade

Wed 13 Capenhurst Villa   2   v  1  Chester Nomads FC

W

E.Williams 2

Ellis Williams

Fri 15 Capenhurst Villa Vets   1  v  4  Hooton FC Vets

L

S.Hickson

Steve Hickson

Sat 16 West Kirby Res   2  v  2  Capenhurst Villa Res    

D

C.Thomas, B.Marray

Charlie Thomas

Wed 20 Heswall FC Res  0  v  2  Capenhurst Villa Res    

W

N.Lightfoot, R.McQuade

Nathan Lightfoot

Sat 23 Capenhurst Villa   1  v  0   Ellesmere Pt Town FC

W

R.Nicol

Dom Hoppe

Pockets vets  P  v  P  Capenhurst Villa vets

P

3 points awarded to Cape

 
Mon 25 Capenhurst Villa Res    2   v  2   Neston Nomads 

D

D.Hoppe, R.Whelan

Dom Hoppe

Wed 27 Capenhurst Villa Vets  5   v  0  Winsford diamonds

W

 S.Hickson 2, I.Forster 2, I.Armstrong

 
Sat 30 Runcorn Sports    P  v  P  Capenhurst Villa Res    

P

Runcorn couldn't field a Team, Cape awarded 3 pts

 
 May
Wed 04 Capenhurst Villa Vets  5  v  1  Higher Beb Kelma

W

M.Ryan 2, S.Riach 2,

 
Sat 07 Chester Nmds res   2  v 4   Capenhurst Villa Res 

W

J.Britton 2, S.Cooper, M.Vickers

John Britton

Wed 10 Capenhurst Villa Vets  5  v  2  Parkfield FC Vets

W

L.Eccles 2, C.Ngiam 2, M.Higham   

 

Match Reports 2021/22

 

 Sat 7th August

Capenhurst Villa FC Res   4   v  2   Poulton Royal FC ..... A cracking start to the season for Cape, against a decent Poulton side. And to be fair, it took a MoM performance from Cape keeper Paul Williams to keep the visitors at bay. Cape were largely on top but our goalie had to be on top form, as goals from Capes, Lewis Cooper, Louis Phelan, James MacKinnon, and Dom Hoppe, proved just enough, to help us to a 4-2 win. But a tough game nevertheless, as Cape led 1-0 at half time, but an avalanche of goals came in the second half, and made a final score of 4-2 to Cape, just enough to secure the 3 points. 

'Back To Results'

 9th and 11th August

Capenhurst Villa FC Res   0  v  8   Sutton Ath FC ..... A real bad day at the office tonight for the stiffs. As we were mullered good and proper in the second half. Strangely, after competing for the first 40 minutes at 0-0, Sutton scored their first goal on 41 mins, to take a half time 1-0 lead. And it was all down hill in the second half, as the Sutt rolled in 7 more goals without reply. Not a great deal more to say really, as the visitors were miles better than us. Charlie Thomas was one player who played close to his normal game, and took the Cape MoM tonight. 

Newton FC   2  v  0   Capenhurst Villa FC ..... An unlucky loss really this one, as Cape had plenty of the play, in a second half we more or less controlled. Newton started the game far the better team though, going in front on just 7 mins 1-0, and it took us a good half an hour to get to grips with them. But once we did, it was all Cape. We always looked like we would salvage something from the game, that was until an unfortunate OG on 85 mins put us 2-0 down, with not enough time left for a comeback. Bad Luck boys. Danny Page took the Cape MoM with a solid showing.

'Back To Results'

 Sat 14th August

Capenhurst Villa FC   0  v  2   Mossley Hill Ath ..... Cape drew another blank in front of goal but still another half decent showing, against title hopefuls Mossley Hill. They pushed South Liverpool all the way last season, eventually finishing in 3rd spot, just 5 points adrift. So a tough encounter was expected. Cape were miles the better side in the first half, with plenty of good attacking play but no killer punch, and it was 0-0 at half time. It looked like whoever could score first would take the points, and unfortunately we didn't show up in the second period, as the visitors managed to get their noses in front just 5 mins in, 0-1. They wrapped up the points on 85 mins with a header, finishing 2-0 winners. Jamie Easton was Capes stand out man, and Cape MoM on the day.

Neston Nomads FC  1   v   3    Capenhurst Villa FC Res ....A solid performance from Cape reserves today. We were a bit slow to start off with, and conceding the first goal in 23rd minute didnít help 0-1, but this kick started the team, and they showed great character taking control of the game, and levelling on the half hour, with a poachers goal from Matty Hickman.
1-1 half time.
Second half Cape controlled the game completely, going ahead on 60 mins with a solo effort again from Matty Hickman, breaking the off side trap 2-1. Cape then sealed the win with their 3rd, in the 73rd minute with Steve Hickson finishing off a well worked goal from the right.
Cape MOM today was Tom Challinor who never stopped working for the team from center midfield.

'Back To Results'

 16th and 18th August

Capenhurst Villa FC Res    2  v  3   Chester Nomads FC Res ..... A poor result for Cape but the wisdom of the leagues fixtures has to take some blame and be questioned, as most of our lads looked leggy tonight, and definitely not on top form, after playing their fourth game in 9 days. Why ?? I dont know...Cape went 0-1 down on 6 mins but replied immediately on 11 mins, through James Sheridan 1-1. We fell behind again on 40 mins 1-2 and half time. James Sheridan netted his and Capes 2nd on 67 mins, 2-2. It looked to be going our way, then Nomads broke away and bagged a winner on 75 mins. We just didn't look like we had anything left in the tank, and Nomads took the 3 points, 3-2. Mom James Sheridan

Vauxhall Motors FC Res   3   v  4    Capenhurst Villa FC ..... Well what a great game this was.Capenhurst made a good start, having most of the early play, and deservedly went in front on the half hour through Luke Jones,1-0. Unfortunately we switched off, and the homesters levelled just 4 mins later 1-1. Half time. Cape carried on in the same vane in the second half, and Steve Rowlands put Cape back in front on 51 mins 2-1. But we did exactly the same as before. Switched off, and Vauxhalls equalised 3 mins later, 2-2. We then went in front again on 65 mins via a Ellis Williams penalty, 3-2. And yes, you guessed it, once again 4 mins later itís 3-3. This one looked to be miles offside though. The Linesman nodded off i think. It was a heck of a game for the neutrals, and on 75 mins, Cape took the lead again for the fourth time, as defender Dom Hoppe, restored Capes lead, 4-3. We managed the game better this time, and it stayed 4-3, and we happily came away with all three points. Phew !!... Well in boys. Lewis Cooper took the Cape MoM tonight, he kept Capes midfield ticking over nicely.

'Back To Results'

 Sat 21st August

Marshalls FC   1    v    3   Capenhurst Villa FC ..... A creditable three points but this was a struggle at times, as we never really recreated our midweek performance at Vauxhalls. Phil Quillam put Cape in front on 13 mins, after a neat flick on from Ryan Nicol 1-0. But just as we had done in midweek, we switched off, and Marshalls levelled just 3 mins later 1-1. The game swung from end to end, and on 77 mins, Phil Quillam repaid Ryan Nicol with a neat flick-on, and Ryan finished with a tidy lob over the oncoming keeper 2-1. And it was Ryan Nicol again, who put the game firmly in Capes hands, when Phil Quillam nicked the ball of a Marshalls defender, and slotted through for Ryan to side foot home 3-1. Three points in the bag. Well in boys. Cape MoM was youngster Rowan Whelan, who was outstanding today, in the centre of our defence. 

 

'Back To Results'

 23rd and 25th August

Chester Nomads FC   0  v  2   Capenhurst Villa ..... Capes third win on the spin, courtesy of a Ryan Nicol double. The game was fairly even and hard fought throughout. But after a goalless first half, Cape were looking the most likely side to score, and Ryan Nicol put Cape 1-0 to the good on 65 mins. And on 78 mins Dale Higham jinked past three defenders, and found Ryan Nicol unmarked to make it 2-0, and game over. Another good win, and another welcome three points. Well in boys.. Cape MoM tonight was double goalscorer, Ryan Nicol

Capenhurst Villa Res  1   v  1  Runcorn Sports FC ..... This was a decent result, especially after coming from a goal down to top of the table, and presently unbeaten Runcorn Sports. The visitors more or less controlled affairs in the first half, and took the lead on 13 min 0-1. We never had a shot on target until early in the second half, and from thereon we were probably the better side. Louis Phelan levelled affairs on 83 mins, and a well deserved equaliser it was, 1-1. A decent point for Cape and a good second half showing. Cape goalscorer Louis Phelan also took the Cape MoM tonight.

'Back To Results'

 Fri 27th and Sat 28th August

Groves Athletic FC  2    v   4   Capenhurst Villa Res ..... A well fought local derby this one, as the sides shared 6 goals. Cape took the lead just 1 minute in, through Liam Sparks 1-0. But Groves levelled after 8 mins 1-1. The game was end to end, and Capes Matty Hickman put Cape back in front right on Half time, 2-1. The second half looked to be edging in Capes favour, as Dom Hoppe put us 3-1 ahead on 64 mins. But the battling Groves side netted again on 71 mins, to reduce the arrears 3-2. It was a nervy few minutes for Cape, until Ellis Williams scored on 81 mins to restore the two goal cushion 4-2, Final score. The lively Liam Sparks took the Cape Mom.

'Back To Results'

 Sat 4th September

Rainhill Town FC   0   v   3    Capenhurst Villa FC ..... Cape made it 4 wins on the bounce, after a great result today at Rainhill Town. Apart from a slack 15 mins in the second half, Cape were well in control throughout. And top Cape marksman Ryan Nicol bagged his usual goal, along with a Jay Easton strike, and a worldy Volley from Phil Quillam, to complete the rout 3-0. Luke Jones took the MoM vote with a solid display today.

Capenhurst Villa Res   2   v  1   Mersey Harps FC ..... Another fine result for the stiffs, even after going a goal down after just 5 minutes 0-1. Livewire Matty Hickman levelled in the 11th minute, with a neatly taken goal, 1-1. We fought back well to get a foothold in the game, as the visitors had pressed us hard for most of the half. Half time 1-1. And it was Matty Hickman who netted again for Cape just 5 mins into the second half 2-1, this time direct from a free kick. We were now much the better side, and 2-1 was enough to take three more welcome points. The steady Rowan Whelan took the Cape MoM today, with another decent showing.

'Back To Results'

 Sat 11th September

Capenhurst Villa FC   3   v   3 (5-4 on pens)  Neston Nomads FC  ..... Cape scraped through to the next round of the Wirral Senior cup, with a 5-4 penalties victory. We were a little bit off our game today, and to be fair, Neston played well, and proved a tough nut to crack. 1-0 down on 10 mins. Ryan Nicol headed home on 22mins, to get us back on level terms, 1-1. The visitors took the lead again on 35 mins with a superb free kick 1-2 half time. Kev Fields then smashed in a great volley on 57 mins 2-2. And on 73 mins, Jamie Easton gave us a 3-2 lead, and a likely winner. But we switched off, and Neston replied on 81 mins 3-3. Full Time, and on to penalties it was, and Neston missed their first spot kick, with Cape scoring every penalty, to go through 5-4. Whew !!

 Bootle FC Res   5  v  3   Capenhurst Villa FC Res  ..... This was definitely a game of two halves, as Cape put the league leaders to the sword in a brilliant first half. Only to come unstuck in the second period. The In-form Matty Hickman put Cape 1-0 up on 21 mins, and we were enjoying a great spell, when we were awarded a penalty on 39 mins, which John Britton dispatched 2-0, We missed a couple of decent chances too, and it could have been a lot worse for the home side, half time 2-0. The table toppers came out a different side in the second half, and within 20 mins we were 4-2 down. A goal apiece was added before the final whistle, to make a final score line of 5-3. A great first half from Cape followed by a better second half from Bootle. But no disgrace for Cape, with a decent showing tonight.  Dom Hoppe took the Cape MoM.

'Back To Results'

 Sat 18th September

Capenhurst Villa FC   3  v  1   Marshalls FC  ..... Another fine win, and a repeat of the scoreline, in our away fixture at Marshalls in August. Cape beat the visitors 3-1 away, and today won 3-1 at home. Ryan Nicol bagged a double back in August, but went one better today, bagging a superb Hat-trick. I think they'll be glad to see the back of him, he was also MoM of course. 

Ellesmere Port Town FC Res   2   v   2    Capenhurst Villa FC Res..... Well a couple of points went begging here, as Cape bossed most of the game. We took a 2-0 lead at half time with Matty Hickman and John Britton getting a goal apiece. It looked like plain sailing, and had we come off 4-0 up Port couldn't have complained. But the Port picked up their game in the second half and capitalised on some sloppy play, levelling the game 2-2. It has to be said that the Port keeper had an absolute storming game, and was the difference between the two sides specially in the first half. Rowan Whelan took the Cape MoM, with another good game.

'Back To Results'

  Sat 25th September

Prescot Cables FC Res   0   v  3     Capenhurst Villa FC ..... Cape climb to the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the league, after putting lowly Prescot Cables Res to the sword. A late kick off, due to a missing referee, didn't seem to bother Cape, and Jamie Easton scored with a scorching free kick on 12 mins, 1-0. It was pretty even after that, and stayed 1-0 at half time. Cape came out pumped up in the 2nd period, and our leading scorer Ryan Nicol bagged another on 68 mins to make it 2-0. With the points now in the bag, Chris Forshaw added a third late on, to make it a comfortable 3-0, and Cape up to second in the league. Ben O'Connor took the Cape MoM with a superb performance. Well in Boys !! 

'Back To Results'

Sat 2nd October

Capenhurst Villa FC Res   5  v  1   Shaftesbury Youth Club Res ..... Well welcome to the Matty Hickman show, as he blitzed Shaftes with a four goal haul in this Wirral Amateur Cup tie. But to be fair, It took a Shaftes goal on 10 mins to wake us up, after a very slow start 0-1. Matty Hickman levelled on 23 mins 1-1, Half time. The second half saw Cape press home their superiority, and a 20yd screamer from Matty Hickman on 66 mins put us 2-1 up. And on 76 mins Matty Hickman netted again, to complete his hat-trick, this time from from the penalty spot, 3-1. That looked like game over, and it was, as James Mackinnon added a fourth on 80 mins. But Matty Hickman hadn't finished, and he scored his fourth, on 86 mins to make it 5-1, and a comfortable win.

'Back To Results'

Sat 9th October

Chester Nomads FC   4    v   2   Capenhurst Villa FC ..... Cape bowed out of this years Cheshire amateur cup with a below par display. First half we looked ok, taking the lead as early as the 2nd minute through Jamie Easton 1-0. Nomads levelled on 20 mins 1-1. And with Cape still on top, we regained the lead on 27 mins 2-1. But the homeside replied again on the half hour, with a goal that looked (was) yards offside? 2-2, half time. In the second half Cape were nowhere near as good as the first, and Nomads scored just 3 mins in, 3-2. And from thereon we just didn't seem to have that spark. We pushed forward trying to find an equaliser, but Nomads broke away, and wrapped up the win on 88 mins with a 4th goal 4-2.

Capenhurst Villa FC Res   3  v  0   West Kirby FC Res ..... The Ressies climbed to 5th place, after a comfortable win against the seasiders West Kirby. Rowan Whelan opened the scoring for Cape on 29 mins 1-0. And John Britton increased the lead right on half time, 2-0. Top Scorer Matty Hickman put the game to bed on 76 mins, 3-0. And another fine victory. Young defender Nathan Lightfoot deservedly took the plaudits and the Cape MoM, with a flawless display.

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 Sat 16th October

Aintree Villa FC   0   v  1     Capenhurst Villa FC ..... Cape moved up to 2nd place in the table, after a hard fought 1-0 victory at Aintree Villa. We never once hit the dizzy heights, or performed like we have been. But a 92nd minute goal, via a 20 yard strike in the dying seconds from Kev Fields, secured the 3 points, after we had spurned several earlier chances to take the lead. Not at our best today but nevertheless, three points and another good win. Dom Hoppe was Capes MoM today, with a cracking game in Capes defence.

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 Tues 19th October

Cammell Laird FC   1   v   0    Capenhurst Villa FC ..... Sometimes in life you don't get what you deserve. And this was definitely one of those nights. In this Wirral Senior cup tie, against step 6 side Cammell Laird 1907 FC, from NWCL Division One South. Cape were the better side throughout. Always troubling the Lairds goal, and our defence looked absolutely watertight. Cape keeper Andy Millington needed to make one save in the first half. half time 0-0. The second half we were even better, hitting the woodwork 5 times in total. But couldn't find that elusive goal or that bit of luck. Down to ten men on 75 mins, Lairds broke away and scored on 82 mins 0-1. Cape were shell-shocked, but the lads went back on the attack, striking the bar once again, and another effort headed off the line. It just wasn't our night. We left the field with heads held high, after what was a great cup tie, and fantastic showing from our boys. A defeat we never deserved. Bad Luck lads !!

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 Sat 23rd October

 Capenhurst Villa FC   7   v   2   Prescot Cables FC Res ..... A comfortable win in the end, but to be fair, the scoreline read 2-1 at half time, and the game was pretty even. Cape though, came out and had a great second half, and the game turned into a nine goal thriller. Steve Rowlands bagging a hat-trick, while also taking the Cape MoM. Mike Simmons claiming a double, and Dom Hoppe and Ryan Nicol taking a goal apiece, in a creditable 7-2 victory. Well in boys.

Sutton Ath FC    4  v  1    Capenhurst Villa FC Res ..... A loss, and maybe Sutton were just about deserved winners, but this was never a 4-1 game, as our Ressies lost to the unbeaten league leaders. Cape gave a decent account of themselves today. 2-0 down at half time, Liam Sparks made it 2-1 on 50 mins, and for a period in the second half,  we had the home sides defence worried, and looked like reversing the 2-1 scoreline, making several good chances. It wasn't to be though, and Sutton were awarded a penalty on 84 mins, 3-1. We then gifted them a goal with a defensive mix up, on 86 mins 4-1, and that was  game over. Charlie Thomas took the Cape MoM with another great performance.

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 Sat 30th October

 Mossley Hill Ath FC   1   v   1    Capenhurst Villa FC .....  Mossley Hill away, has always been a tough encounter. Cape were maybe worthy of the win on the day, but if you'd have said you'll get a point before kick off, we'd probably have taken it. A solitary strike from the in-form Dom Hoppe, was enough for a welcome point. Therefore keeping up some pressure on the clubs at the top end of the table, so its onto Heswall next week, and well done lads! Cape MoM today was Dom Hoppe.

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 Sat 6th November 

 Heswall FC  1   v  0    Capenhurst Villa FC ..... This was a bad day at the office for Cape, as we came away empty handed from the short trip to Heswall. The home side were worthy winners on the day. We never got up to speed, and didn't really work their goalkeeper at all. Our keeper, along with a decent Cape rearguard action, and some poor finishing from Heswall, kept the score down to just 1-0, because Cape really weren't at the races today, and it could have been much worse. A lively performance from the returning Liam Fitzpatrick earned him the Cape MoM. Heads up lads and onto next week.

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 Sat 13th November  

Capenhurst Villa FC   2   v   2    FC Bootle St Edmunds ..... Well this was a great game for the neutral, as both teams gave their all. Cape were missing some regulars, so had a few players called up from 2nd team duty, and they gave more than a great account of themselves. Rowan Whelan was one of those who stepped up to the mark, scoring our first goal, and claiming the Cape MoM with a sterling performance.
After Cape going behind twice, Rowan levelled to make it 1-1. And at 2-1 down, defender Kirk MacMurray levelled in the dying minutes, to gain us a deserved point 2-2. Good effort lads...

 Poulton Royal   3  v   1   Capenhurst Villa FC Res ..... Unfortunately, with some lads drafted into 1st team duty, the team was a little bit jiggled about. We went 2-0 down, but a well taken Ben Marray goal lifted our game. A superb 25yd lob over the keeper 1-2. We then mysteriously had, what looked like a good goal from a corner, disallowed, which could have made the difference. Because just moments later Poulton struck their 3rd via a dubious penalty 1-3. A hard working effort though all the same, and Liam Sparks took the Cape MoM, with tireless work throughout the 90 minutes.

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 Sat 20th November 

 Capenhurst Villa FC   2   v   4   Maghull FC ..... The visiting Maghull were the better side today, as Cape rarely hit the levels we've been at for most of this season. We went a goal down after 18 minutes 0-1, and were not playing too badly to be 0-1 at half time. In the second half John Britton levelled for cape on 65 mins 1-1. Only for Maghull to go 2-1 up from the penalty spot, 1-2 on 70 mins. Steve Rowlands got Cape back into the game on 77 mins 2-2, but this proved to be a false dawn. Maghull claimed another penalty on 82 mins, 2-3. And then hit us on the counter attack on 86 mins, 2-4 and final score. Dom Hoppe claimed the Cape MoM once again today, with another decent performance. Heads up, and onto Pyke cup duty next week boys.

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 Sat 27th November 

 Capenhurst Villa FC   4   v   0    Vauxhall Motors FC Res ..... The next round of the Pyke Cup beckons, as Cape put this game to bed by half time. A strike by Dom Hoppe, and a superb hat-trick from Steve Rowlands all in the first half, sent cape through 4-0. The second half petered out, as cape visibly took their foot off the gas, the four first half goals proved to be more than enough. Nathan Lightfoot took the Cape mom just edging out our hat-trick scorer.

 Ellemere Port Town Res   0   v   3    Capenhurst Villa FC Res ..... And its both teams through, as the ressies followed suit, and sailed through to the quarter finals in the Shield. Goals from John Britton, Louis Phelan and Liam Sparks, settled this local derby cup tie, 3-0 in Capes favour. Rob Macdowell took the Cape Mom, after a dogged performance.

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 Sat 4th December 

Mersey Royal FC  2   v   2   Capenhurst Villa FC ..... Despite the wind and rain this was a decent watch, as Cape took a deserved point at high flying, title hopefuls, Mersey Royal. And with a little more luck, it could have been better. The game was end to end throughout, with the home side taking a 2-0 first half lead, scoring on 22 and 31 minutes. Half time 0-2. But Cape came out after the break a different side. Our keeper hardly had a shot to save in the 2nd half, and the Royal keeper was much the busier. Ryan Nicol made it 2-1 on 54 mins, and in form Steve Rowlands levelled on 67 mins, 2-2. Cape were well on top now, and Mike Simmons rattled the post with the Royal keeper well beaten on 79 mins. We had Ryan Nicol sent off on 80 mins, for two bookings, but we hung on, to claim a more than deserved point. 
Despite his sending off, Ryan Nicol took the deserved Cape MoM, with a manful performance, leading the line for Cape.

Capenhurst Villa FC Res   5  v  0   Aintree Villa FC res ..... Well welcome to the Matty Hickman show, as the Ressies were right back to form today, putting visitors, Aintree Villa severely to the sword. A welcome clean sheet, and a superb 5 goal tally for Cape, secured another three points. Last seasons Capenhurst leading scorer John (Nuggsy) Britton netted a great goal, but Matty Hickman stole the show, with a 4 goal haul, to secure a 5-0 win. This was, in fact, a great team performance today, and five or six players stood out, but the Cape Mom was without doubt..... Four goal Matty Hickman

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 Sat 11th December  

Games Postponed

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 Sat 18th December

Games Postponed

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  Sat 8th January ..... 2022 .....

 Games Postponed

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  Sat 15th January

Capenhurst Villa FC   3   v   1    Aintree Villa FC ..... A good start to the New Year, as Cape got straight back into the groove, with a decent 3-1 home win. A penalty save from Cape keeper Andy Millington, a Jamie Easton goal, allied to a neat double from new signing Richie McQuade, all helped to bag us a welcome three points, and saw off a determined effort from our visitors Aintree Villa. Steve Rowlands took a deserved Cape MoM. Good effort lads!

 Poulton Victoria FC Res   4   v   1    Capenhurst Villa FC Res ..... Well this was our first game in over a month and to be fair it showed. The lads looked rusty after such a long lay off. We went a goal down early on 0-1, and despite Charlie Thomas levelling just before half time 1-1, we never really affected their goal. We fell adrift in the second half, as Vics rattled in three goals in a 10min spell, to make it a disappointing 4-1 scoreline. Rowan Whelan took the Cape MoM vote, his 5th this season.

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  Sat 22nd January

Bootle St Edmunds FC   1   v   0    Capenhurst Villa FC ..... A good game, end to end throughout, and not a bad performance from Cape, but we were unluckily undone by an own goal in the dying minutes. The home side did rattle the woodwork with a decent effort minutes earlier, but Cape had plenty of chances of their own, which, unfortunately we didn't convert. A draw would have been a fair result, but it wasnt to be. Centre back Kirk Macmurray took the Cape MoM with an outstanding performance. 

Capenhurst Villa FC Res   1   v   0   Ellesmere Port Town Res..... Back to winning ways, as the Ressies just about came out on top in this local Derby. John Britton scored the games solitary goal on 28 mins, 1-0, which proved enough to take all three points. A confidence boosting win for us, so onwards and upwards. James Mackinnon picked up the Cape MoM.

Capenhurst Villa FC Vets   2   v   2 (4-3 after pens) Mersey Royal FC Vets ..... Big shout out for the Capenhurst Vets side, as they deservedly beat all conquering Mersey Royal Vets, in the Semis of the Wirral Junior Cup. Cape went through 4-3 on Penalties, after a 2-2 full time deadlock, Steve Hickson and Tony Ashton registering for Cape. The Vets lost out in this final to Mersey Royal last season on Penalties, so hopefully we can go one step further this time. 'Well Done lads'.
Our opponents in the final will be Hooton FC Vets, Played on Friday 15th of April, 11am kick off.
The Venue is to be confirmed.

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  Sat 29th January

Ashville FC  1    v   0   Capenhurst Villa FC ..... It would have been nice to have had a run in the Historic Pyke Cup, but unfortunately Cape made an early exit, at table toppers Ashville. We weren't really at the races first half, as Ashville took an early 1-0 lead from the penalty spot. It was different though in the second half, as Cape were much the better side, but were unable to claw back that solitary goal, and the home side went through 1-0. One of Capes stand out players this term Dom Hoppe took his 5th MoM of the season.

Runcorn Sports  FC   1   v   0 Capenhurst Villa FC Res ..... Cape made a good fist of this especially after going 1-0 down on 5 mins, then in 12th minute having a man sent off. At first we struggled with a man less, but grew into the game, and we were unlucky not to pick up a point. Dave Wright Elliot took the Cape MoM.

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  Sat 5th February .....

 Capenhurst Villa FC   1  v  3    Rainhill Town FC ..... A bad day at the office for our first team today. We started slowly, and Rainhill took a 12 min lead 1-0. They had opportunities to stretch their lead but Cape keeper Andy Millington was in top form, keeping them at bay. 20 minutes into the game we started to play, and on 23 mins Richie McQuade made it 1-1, with a great goal. We went from back to front, five passes, and Richie smashed it home 1-1. We bossed the rest of the first half but at half time it stayed 1-1. I'm afraid that was it really, as we never showed up second half, and had Cape keeper Andy Millington not been on top of his game, it could have been a lot worse. As the visitors scored on 73 mins 1-2, and 89 mins 1-3. Final score 1-3. Cape MoM, keeper Andy Millington.

Aintree Villa FC Res    0  v  1  Capenhurst Villa FC Res ..... This was a superb, confidence boosting win, as Cape took all three points at Aintree Villa. It was a hard fought win, as the home side pressed and pressed after we had taken a 22 min lead 1-0. Similar to our first team today, we had our keeper to thank, as Paul Williams in sticks, had an outstanding day. Unfortunately for him, Robbie Macdowell took the Cape MoM, with a true captains performance. 

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  Sat 12th February .....

 Capenhurst Villa FC Res   0  v  1    Bootle FC Res ..... Well considering neither goalkeeper was really stretched today, this was still a good game. The visitors, promotion chasing Bootle Res, took a first half lead with a deflected effort on 38 mins, 0-1. The second half saw the game see saw from end to end, in an entertaining game, with both sides giving their all. Unfortunately Cape like Bootle, couldn't find that killer touch in front of goal, so Bootle went home with the three points 1-0. Youngster Nathan Lightfoot took the Cape MoM today, with another decent performance.

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  Sat 19th February .....

 Capenhurst Villa FC Vets   2   v   4    Hooton FC Vets ..... A game rearranged weeks ago, for the Vauxhall Astro 4g. Which was just as well, as Capes pitches were well under water. Cape took a 1-0 first half lead through Ian Armstrong, 1-0 and half time. But the visiting Hooton Vets were lucky to have 11 men on the pitch, as their keeper blatantly handled the ball outside the area. Which would normally carry a Red card. But not today ??? Hooton picked up in the second half, but it was errors from Cape, and not Hootons good play, which helped the visitors go 4-1 up. Phil Jones scored a late consolation for Cape, leaving a 2-4 scoreline. 

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  Sat 26th February .....

 Capenhurst Villa FC   0   v   4   Ashville FC ..... After a few weeks off Cape looked a bit rusty, and after a more or less even start to the game, title hopefuls Ashville, took a 1-0 lead on 17 mins. On 25 mins the visitors were awarded a dubious penalty to make it 2-0. half time. And right after the restart with 48 mins on the clock, Ashville scored again 3-0. And as a contest that was game over. The visitors added a 4th late on, 4-0, final score.

Heswall FC Res   3  v  1   Capenhurst Villa FC Res ..... The ressies went tumbling out of the Wirral Amateur Cup today, with a below par performance. We rarely made the home keeper work, and Heswall, who weren't much better by the way, just happened to take their chances. With Cape 2-0 down Ben Marray briefly  got us back into the game, with a goal on 81 mins, 2-1. Only for the home side to go straight up the other end and make it 3-1, and game over.

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 Sat 5th March  

South Liverpool FC 3rds    3   v   5   Capenhurst Villa FC Res ..... The ressies, in contrast to last week, were in superb form. And came back from Liverpool with all three points, against a good South Liverpool outfit. Dan Walker opened the scoring on 28 mins 1-0. Cape were bossing matters and Matty Vickers put Cape 2-0 up on 34 mins 2-0, Half time. The second half went pretty much the same way, with Cape on top. Matty Vickers netted another on 58 mins 3-1. South netted on 64 mins to make it 3-2 but Matty Vickers completed, what was the perfect hat-trick, left foot, right foot, and a header 4-2. South pulled another goal back to make it 4-3 on 83 mins, but Lewis Cooper had the final say, with a goal on 84 mins, to wrap up the three points. Final score 5-3. Cape MoM guess who ?? Matty Vickers. Well done lads !

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  Sat 12th March

 Capenhurst Villa  0  v 1   Heswall FC ..... Well this was a game of few chances, Heswall netted on 18 mins 0-1, and that was enough to get them over the line. Cape keeper Andy Millington pulled of a decent save in the first half, as did the Heswall keeper. That was about all either keeper had to do though, as both teams were mostly shot shy on the day. Ellis Williams took the Cape moM with a decent performance at right back.

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 Sat 19th March

 Maghull FC  3  v  0  Capenhurst Villa  ..... No Luck here today, and we suffered a 0-3 defeat, with a below par performance, after the long trip to Maghull. The home side had too much for Cape on the day, as most of our lads had an off day. Kev Fields returned from injury and took the Cape MoM vote. 

Capenhurst Villa  Res  3  v 4   Heswall FC Res ..... This was a great game for the neutral, a seven goal thriller. Unfortunately we were the wrong side of a 4-3 result. It was end to end throughout. 1-0 to Heswall on 8 mins. 1-1 on 23 mins, a fine strike from Phil Quillam. After 39 mins we were 3-1 down, and scored right on half time through Matty Vickers with a fine volley. 3-2 half time. Heswall took a 4-2 lead on 59 mins but Matty Vickers netted his 5th goal in two games on 65 mins, to make it 4-3. We peppered the Heswall goal late on, but unluckily, couldn't find that elusive equaliser. Unlucky boys. Ben Marray took the Cape MoM with a fine game. 

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 Sat 26th March

 Ellesmere port Town FC  2  v  6  Capenhurst Villa  ..... A welcome win in the local derby, and this was a needed confidence booster, being our first win since January. A Danny Page Hat-trick, and goals from Dom Hoppe, Steve Rowlands and Jamie Easton, saw us safely home. A great team performance on the day, and even despite a Danny Page Hat-trick, Tom Challinor took the Cape MoM with a superb showing. 

Capenhurst Villa  Res  1  v  2   South Liverpool FC 3rds .....  South Liverpool 3rds turned the tables on us today, after our fine win away to them, three weeks ago. The visitors took a 34 min lead, with a goal that looked yards offside 0-1. But we were partly masters of our own downfall, gifting them a second goal with a defensive mix up on 72 mins, to put us 2-0 down. Phil Quillam bagged a well taken goal just a minute later to make it 2-1, but we couldn't muster another goal, but nevertheless, not a bad performance. Goalkeeper Charles Avery took the Cape MoM with a faultless game.

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 Sat 2nd April

 Capenhurst Villa  FC  1  v  1   Newton FC  ..... Well this could have been a typical end of season affair, but it was far from it. As both teams played decent football, and both teams went for the win. Cape started off well, and had much the better of the first half, with the visiting keeper having a blinder, to keep it 0-0 at half time. Newton picked up their game in the second half, and took a 71st minute lead 0-1. But Capes Jamie Easton levelled on 80 mins, with a superb strike 1-1. And that's how it remained. A fair result i'd say, as neither team deserved to lose, in what was a really good game to watch. Kirk MacMurray took the Cape MoM with a really solid game.

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 Wed 6th April

 Capenhurst Villa  FC   0  v  2    Mersey Royal FC  ..... A goal in each half was enough for title chasing Mersey Royal to win at a canter. After a decent showing on Saturday Cape were well below par, and never really threatened the visitors goal. Hopefully we see an improvement next Saturday at top of the table Ashville. Cape MoM on the night was James Davies.

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 Sat 9th April

 Ashville FC  2   v   0  Capenhurst Villa  FC  ..... Well we've played the 1st and 2nd placed teams in the table within the last three days, and lost by the same margin in both games. But not disgraced in either game. Top of the table Ashville scored on 37 mins, but this was against the run of play, as Cape were marginally just the better side, 0-1 half time. Not in the second half though, as Ashville picked up their game, scoring a 2nd goal on 75 mins, to seal a 2-0 win. Defender Mike Bebb was Capes stand out player, and MoM today.

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 Mon 11th April

 Capenhurst Villa  Res   1   v   2   Groves FC ..... The successful, Ex Cape first team manager, Eddie Rigby, brought his new  Groves FC side to Cape, and left with a smile, and 3 points to boot. A decent game, and a pretty even affair throughout, but the Groves finishing just had the edge. A goal in each half gave them a 2-0 lead, and a late consolation from Dave Wright-Elliott, gave a final scoreline of 1-2. The lively Richie McQuade took the Cape MoM.

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 Fri 13th April

 Capenhurst Villa  FC   2    v   1    Chester Nomads FC ..... A satisfactory result in our penultimate game of the season. A decent, watchable game, with Cape playing some nice football. Capes Ellis Williams was the in form man this evening. Chipping in with both Capenhurst goals in a deserved 2-1 win. Along with a Man of the Match performance. 

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 Fri 15th April

 Capenhurst Villa Vets    1   v   4   Hooton FC Vets ..... Cape Vets unfortunately lost out in the Wirral Junior Cup Final for the second year running. Despite the scoreline we were never outplayed, but on the day, mistakes were our downfall. Cape bossed the game for the majority of the first half hour, and Cape MoM on the day, Steve Hickson gave us a deserved lead on 28 mins 1-0, but we switched off, and Hooton immediately replied on the half hour 1-1. We still failed to re-group, and within 4 mins, we found ourselves 2-1 down, Half time 1-2. Hooton gained the upper hand in the second half, and as Cape tried to push forward, they punished us further for some defensive errors, to leave a 4-1 scoreline, that really looks worse than it was. Heads up lads.

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  Sat 16th April
  

 West Kirby Res    2   v   2   Capenhurst Villa  Res ..... How on earth we never took all three points here today i dont know ? After a goalless first half, Cape took a 51 min lead through Cape MoM on the day Charlie Thomas 1-0. We were well on top, and Ben Marray added a well taken goal to make it 2-0 on 70 mins. We were coasting at this point, and peppered the home goal, with chance after chance, but we couldn't convert. Then the unbelievable happened, and West Kirby who'd barely had a shot all game, rattled in two goals in the last 8 minutes to level 2-2.                     

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  Wed 20th April
  

 Heswall FC Res    0   v   2   Capenhurst Villa  Res ..... A great win, and no slip-ups this time, after Saturdays draw, which actually felt like a defeat. After another goalless first half, Nathan Lightfoot put Cape 1-0 up on 54 mins. And Richie McQuade made it 2-0 on 79 mins. Surely we couldn't let this lead slip. And this time we never, as we held out for the win, to secure three welcome points. Well in lads !! Cape MoM on the night was Nathan Lightfoot.                         

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  Sat 23rd April
  

 Capenhurst Villa  FC  1  v  0   Ellesmere Port Town FC .....  Cape signed off this season with a great win in this local Derby. It was 0-0 at half time, with Cape doing all the pressing in the first 45 mins, and our keeper was virtually redundant. The winner came on 61 mins, a fine strike from Ryan Nicol, whipped in from the edge of the box, 1-0. The Port did pick their game up, and tested the Cape keeper on a couple of occasions, and hitting the post with just 5 mins left. The lads held firm though, steady eddie Dom Hoppe took the Cape Mom. and the win saw us climb to 5th place in the table. So on the whole not a bad season. Well done lads, and all of the management team.

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  Mon 25th April
  

 Capenhurst Villa  FC Res    2   v  2    Neston Nomads FC ..... A great game this, as both teams went for a win. Definitely not a typical end of season game, and Neston started quickly, taking an early lead from a defensive error after just 4 mins, 0-1. The visitors were much the better side but couldn't capitalise further, 0-1 half time. The second half saw 3 goals in five minutes, as Dom Hoppe headed home to level on 55 mins 1-1. But Neston replied immediately on 57 mins, 1-2. Cape re-grouped, and launched another attack, and Rowan Whelan popped up to head home on the hour 2-2. That's how it stayed in an entertaining game with the points shared. A fair result i'd say. Dom Hoppe took the Cape MoM once again.

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  Sat 7th May
  

 Chester Nomads FC Res   2  v  4   Capenhurst Villa  FC Res  ..... Another good game this one, as Cape finished off their season with a fine win. We travelled to the Garrison ground and returned with all 3 points. Sam Cooper started the scoring after just 3 mins, cutting in from the left and scoring with a nice strike, 1-0. Nomads replied immediately on 5 mins 1-1. The home side finished the first half strongly, scoring on 33 mins and went in at half time 2-1 up. Cape looked stronger in the second half, and John Britton levelled on 58 mins 2-2. Cape then had 2 men mysteriously sent off, and Nomads looked to kill the tie off, but Cape, with nine men, rattled in 2 goals from John Britton and Matty Vickers, to win the game against the odds. Well done boys. Two goal John Britton took the Cape MoM today.

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  Wed 11th May
  

 Capenhurst Villa  FC Vets   5  v  2  Parkfield Rangers FC Vets ..... Cape Vets claimed their first trophy, the 'Tom Gerraghty' Cup, after the disappointment in the Wirral Junior final. We started well, and Luke Eccles rifled home on 28 mins 1-0. But 3 mins later, a defensive mix up saw Parkfield FC level 1-1, then take the lead, all in the space of 4 mins, 1-2. We gathered ourselves, and in the second half we were much the better side. A brace from Carl Ngiam, allied to a second goal for Luke Eccles, and a Mark Higham effort, saw the lads safely over the line, and bring home their first trophy. Hopefully kick starting a successful time to come. Well done lads !! 

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