SECOND bottom Rivington produced the shock of the day when they ended leaders Radcliffe Amateurs' unbeaten record with a 4-3 victory.

Rivington stunned the high-flyers by storming into a 4-1 half time lead but suffered a huge setback when they had two players sent off just five minutes into the second half.

Radcliffe hit back twice and can look back on two penalty misses but a resilient defensive display enabled Rivington to hold out.

Radcliffe's goals came from Stott, Andrew and Stevens and they retain top spot by four points.

Andy Myers turned in a scorching goalscoring display to lead Bury Grammar School Old Boys to a 5-2 thrashing of Prairie United in the Lancashire Amateur League Premier Division.

Myers struck twice in the first eight minutes in Burnley to put Bury on the front foot but they were rocked when the home side clawed one back against the run of play.

Spencer Woods restored the two-goal lead and when Prairie missed a penalty and failed to capitalise during 20 minutes of second half pressure the result looked to be heading Bury's way.

Myers sealed the points when he scored two more goals on the break before Prairie scored a deflected consolation goal 10 minutes from time.

The Old Boys keeper Paul Crompton pulled off some brilliant saves in the game and Myers was magnificent throughout, deserving his 4 goals and the all the plaudits from his team mates and watching supporters who revelled in his outstanding performance.