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shippon

a stable used for the housing of farm animals.
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A goal each from Tom Evans and Matty Hughes was not enough for Wallasey Oval as they were bowled over by Shippons in a 4-2 defeat due to Dave Casey netting twice and Simon Walker and Lewis Johansen both hitting singles.
Oxton Villa progressed in the Division Two Cup when ending Shippons interest with a 4-1 victory, as Callum Evans (2), Dave Sing and Danny Cassidy found the net and Craig Dobson fired the only reply.
Ship cruised into second place despite sharing the points with Shippons in a 3-3 encounter as Kyle Birch (two) and Lee Hammond found the net.
PLCCFC ran riot against seven-man Shippons to record a double figure victory.
A goal apiece from Adam Chadwick, Jay Palmer and Andy Nolan gave Shippons a 3-0 victory over Clarence FC in Division One and FC Victoria eased home 5-1 versus Upton FC (Sean Walker) as Dezza Edwards (2), Daren Graham (2) and Alan Craig found the net.
Division Two: Phoenix 3 Rockpark FC 1, Rycroft Dukes OFF Liscard FC, Sandbrook 2 Millhouse 3, Grange Moreton OFF Shippons FC, Oxton Villa 5 The Rakers 6.
Top scorers were Shippons who thrashed AFC Tima 8-1 with Lewis Johansen scoring a treble to lead the way.
Cows were kept in shippons and their heat would stop things freezing up.
A brace from Danny Holdsworth and a single from Dezza Edwards gave FC Victoria a 3-2 victory over Rockpark and efforts from Andy Nolan, Lewis Johansen and Sam Dooley earned Shippons the spoils in a 3-1 win over Upton FC.
I've mucked out countless stables and shippons, washed down hundreds of cows before milking, cleaned up after animal births, been shoulder-deep up a cow's rear end pulling out a calf and never evencaught a sniffle.
The all-Wallasey tie in the Wirral FA he F Amateur Cup resulted in Black FC beating Shippons 3-1 due to a Peter Rutter brace and a single from Craig Richmond but both Champions Bar and Rockpark FC failed to go through.
Included with the property is the former Coach House, a two-storey building with great potential for conversion, as well as stables providing five loose boxes, two former shippons, a bullpen, a Dutch barn, a modern agricultural building, various potting sheds and garden stores.