QUEEN Lizzie were one of the teams celebrating in the Bolton at Home Sunday Football League.

They triumphed 6-4 against Heaton CC in the Division Two clash.

In the top flight, De Havilland celebrated a convincing 5-1 win against Mosesgate 5-1.

Keiron Marsh bagged a hat-trick while Andrew Hamilton and Bobby Tate was also on target while Phil Caudwell scored for Mosesgate.

The Division One tie between Shamrock and Dancers was suspended and Dancers were awarded the three points, and Newbury were also given the points as Gilnow could not get enough players.

Meanwhile, in Division Two, there were 12 goals scored by Brindley and Queen Annes with royalty coming out on top 8-4.

Michael Rice scored a hat-trick and further efforts by McCauley Stevens (two), Kris Power (one) and Daniel Dare (two) rounded off the scoring.

Stu Leach, Dylan Ross, Lee Edge and Adam Walker were on target for Brindley.

Deane scooped three points from a 3-1 win against Astley Bridge Elite.

Gareth Cunniff, David Stewart and John Weall scored the goals for Deane while Chris Donoghue got his name on the scoresheet.

In the same division, there was only one goal in it as Astley Bridge beat Great Lever Wanderers 4-3.