THE Lancashire and Cheshire AFL is enjoying its 110th season which will conclude with a special celebration dinner in May.

Before then there is plenty to play for local sides with keen competition in each of the eight divisions and four domestic cup competitions.

In Division Two, Urmston Town, in their first season in the league, have made a mixed start but when they hit form they have looked very promising.

Meanwhile, in Division A new boys Flixton have also had mixed fortunes as they adjust to life at this level but have been noted for the attractive football played by their young team.

The battle for the Division B title looks set to go to the final matches with just four points separating the top four teams.

The current leaders are Old Stretfordians seconds, who have a point and a game in hand over AFC Stockport.

Deans FC will take some catching as they are six points clear at the top of Division C but Old Stretfordians thirds are in the mix.

The Rhodes Cup for teams in the Premier Division and Division One, plus the first teams of clubs in lower divisions, saw Trafford United knocked out by Radclyffe.

Dukinfield Athletic host Old Stretfordians in another round-two tie to be decided.

In the Wray Cup for teams in Division Two and Three Urmston Town are hoping for progress from round one.