GOALS from Stefan Mustieles and Rob Brown (2) saw Moneysupermarket.com book their place in round two of the Chester Senior Cup.
They booked their passage with a 3-2 success over Lodge Bar.
FC Pensby and Rangers Breaks both won their first-round games in Tom Gerraghty Memorial Trophy, beating Uberlube (3-2) and Highfield Athletic 2nds (7-5) respectively. John Schofield, Sam Herbert and Tom Jones were on target for Pensby, while goals from Kevin Prayle and John McKie – added to five from Mark FItzpatrick – saw Rangers through to the next round.
Castrol Social lost 2-1 in their second round tie against Manor Athletic, who have goalscorers John Weatherall and Wayne Hulse to thank for their team’s progression.
Second-half goals from Martin Moore and Steve Earle were enough to ensure that Chester Nomads ran out winners at home to Willaston, while Duddon United lost away at Hoole Rangers Reserves by the same scoreline thanks to goals from Lee Guirado and Sean Roberts.
Kelma sailed through to the third round with a convincing 5-1 away victory against City Bar, following four goals from Simon Tierney and another from Mark Lawler. Nick Smith was on target to score a consolation for the home side.
A hat-trick from Mark Tummon helped Highfield Athletic through to round three at the expense of Newton Bears, edging a tight game 4-3. Josh Neary added to Tummon’s hat-trick with a match-clinching goal of his own, but Adam Callighan, Lee McGovern and Darren Holmes will be disappointed to have lost after finding the net for Newton.
Highfield Athletic scored five goals in each half as they eased past a disappointing Hoole Rangers 11-2, with goals coming from Ross Broadbent (3), Andrew Langton (3), Chris Larson (2), Matty Carline (2) and Matty Cross. Ray Prior twice found the net for the losing side.
Newton Reserves saw off Frodsham Vets 5-4 thanks to goalscorers Dave Allen (3), Steve Blackwell and Dan Morgan.
Two Dan Davies goals and another from Danny Crisp helped Robin Hood through to round three with a 3-1 victory over Crossway. John Patterson scored the consolation.
Saughall Thursday tumbled to a 3-0 home defeat against Sutton Way Villa, who were grateful to James Watson (2) and James Curtis.
Saughall Thursday Reserves didn't fare much better either, losing 4-1 at home to Parkgate despite a Phil Lloyd goal.
In the Queensferry Sports Premier Division, Tarvin 2000 Athletic lost 2-1 at home to Kelsall. Phil Lloyd found the net for the home side.
There were two 2-2 draws in Division One, with Ashton Lions drawing with Frodsham United, and Chester Nomads 3rds unable to defeat Helsby despite two goals from Paul Stikland.
The other Division One game of the day saw AFC Bebington Athletic Reserves see off Cestrian Alex 5-3.
In Division Two, Barrow Athletic were well beaten by Chester Nomads 4ths, who recorded a 4-1 away win.