A GORDON Piggin brace and an Ian Swampy special saw Duddon United thrash Team Highfield 3-0 in the Premier Division on Saturday.
Adam Newbolt also scored twice in Kydds Athletic's 4-2 win over visitors Newton Celtic. Despite the teams going into the break at one apiece, the hosts pulled ahead. Carl McKay and Mike Neury the other scorers.
Two other games were drawing 1-1 at half-time. Hoole Rangers got the better of visitors Blacon Youth Club A through James Eaton, Paul Roberts and Mike Gerrard, ending 3-2.
The other saw home side Waggon and Horses pull away from Frodsham United to end 3-1 up, Gary Ellams, Lee Wheelan and Matty Biddle the goalscorers.
Castrol Social took a 2-1 lead into the break against visitors Highfield Athletic and added a third before the final whistle through Steve Finlay. Darren Carter and Andrew Milne were their other scorers.
In Division One, Cestrian Alex defeated leaders Ashton Lions 5-1 thanks to goals from Paul Finch (5), Adi Gough (2) and Richard Daponeo.
Kelsall got the worst of the highest scoring game of the day. Despite scoring twice on their visit to AFC Bebington, they were unable to match strikes from Dean Cavell, Craig Webb, Chris Sladen and a Chris Drew brace.
In the other two games, a Blacon Youth Club Colts goal from Chris Parry could not match a double strike from Barrow Athletic's Steve Pickering to take a 2-1 victory for the visitors.
Third-placed Crossway thumped Bank of Scotland 4-1 through Steve Gore, Aaron Edwards and two from John Latham.
Division Two leaders City Bar continued their winning ways in style, defeating Runcorn Albion 7-3. Danny Mitchell and Sean Smith each got two, while Neil Mc-Carrick, Danny McLoughlan and Matt Decosta added to the tally.
Helsby came back in the second half to level with visitors Rangers Breaks 2-2. Alistair Mayers and Martin Jones matched first-half strikes from John Mack-ay and Carl Dutfield.
Robin Hood also made a second-half comeback, turning a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 away win. Phil Lloyd and Andy Stockton scored for Barrow in this mid-table clash.
But Boughton Athletic remain rooted to the bottom after a 4-2 home defeat to Sutton Way Villa, despite Scott Robinson and John Clarke both netting.