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Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersIn a dress rehearsal for the under 11 Everton Cup final, goals from Kameron Stanley, Shimon Peers, Marcus Newton and an own goal gave St Helens a 4 2 win over league leaders Huyton.Huyton’s goals came from Luke Partington and striker Bobby Duncan.This was Duncan’s 20th goal of the season, which set a new goal scoring record for the district, with still two games to play.It beats the previous best of 19 goals scored by Jon Taylor a decade ago.Huyton now face Liverpool, next Saturday at the Liverpool Soccer Centre at 10am, in a winner takes all game for the Merseyside League Championship.If the game is drawn, Liverpool will have to beat Wirral in their final league match to take the title.In other league games, Wirral were 4 0 winners over Maghull with Toby Seal, Sam Pilkington, Danny Gratton and Tom Gray on the mark.Bootle was 7 1 victors over Prescot, Elliott Egan (2), Connor Smythe (2), Bobby Short, Travis Wilson and Ben Mulhearn registered, with James Walton in reply.Thanks to goals from Coal Oakley and Luke Fisher, Warrington claimed a 2 0 victory at Kirkby.Cameron Grant grabbed Liverpool’s equaliser in a 1 1 draw with Hull in the Pennine League.Skipper Michael Dunning was in impressive form as Knowsley completed a 2 1 win over West Lancs in the under 15 North West Cup. Ryan Williams and Jack Roberts were on target.The borough also advanced in the under 13s Manchester Cup when a James Mullins goal provided a 1 0 victory over Salford.The district failed to pull off a trio of wins when they lost 3 0 to Liverpool in the under 15s Merseyside League. Luke Burke Samuel Ilesami and Joe Griffin netted at the Liverpool Soccer Centre.In a game of two halves, Jordan Wright (2) and Danny Dutton Kay gave St Helens a 3 0 lead at the interval in the under 14s Cheshire Cup.However, Vale Royal recovered to win the encounter 5 3.Elsewhere, St Margaret’s under 12s’ national cup ambitions sadly ended in a 2 0 defeat in the semi final at Malet Lambert School, Kingston upon Hull.Meanwhile, Merseyside were knocked out of the under 18s North West Counties semi final 2 0 at Durham.Today, current champions Cardinal Heenan will also be over the Pennines in Hull to take on South Hunsley High School in the under 14s national cup semi final.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterSportallMost ReadMost RecentLiverpool FCPep Guardiola and Unai Emery prove Liverpool have become what Jurgen Klopp always wantedPremier League managers have unwittingly underlined their Liverpool counterpart has achieved one aim of his time at AnfieldAlex Oxlade ChamberlainLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp opens up on Alex Oxalde Chamberlain ‘mistake’ and what happens nextJurgen Klopp has discussed easing the weight of expectation on returning Liverpool midfielder.