UPTON AA Reserves collected the first trophy of the season when they beat Waggon OB 3-1 in the final of the Chester and District FA Challenge Cup.
After a goalless first half, Steve Rowland, Simon Andrews and Simon Morris netted for Upton with Aaron Stokoe replying.
In the Tom Gerraghty Memorial Trophy quarter-finals, Waggon had some consolation with a 4-0 home win over Barrow with a Graham Bennion double and strikes from Paul Bennion and Lee Whelan.
Hoole Rangers had a 3-1 win at Newton Athletic Youth and Blacon YC Reserves won 4-0 at MBNA Reserves with goals by Paul Haselden, Steve Cairns (2) and Todd Reid.
Team Highfield went through to the semi-finals with a 4-2 win at Chester Nomads Seconds (John Roberts 2), with strikes by Gary Ellams (2), Simon Davies and Carl Halsall.
On Monday, Hoole Rangers (Paul Roberts 2) lost 3-2 at home to Blacon YC Reserves in a Premier Division match, Paul Hasleden, Danny Spencer and Paul Heaton on target for the visitors. Mail Social stayed on course for a Chester Sunday League treble when they added the Chester and District FA Sunday Cup to their league title.
Alan Hooley's 85th-minute goal earned them a slender victory over Lache Athletic who had two players sent off.
The two teams meet again at Christleton this Sunday (10.45am) in the final of the Sunday League Cup.