HIGH winds made conditions difficult during some high-scoring matches, the biggest coming as Pulford crashed through Chester Nomads Colts 10-1 in the U13s section.
An emphatic Tomos Hughes strike after just 12 seconds set Pulford on their way and striker Harry Brightmore netted a penalty.
Nomads hit back and had the edge in the midfield battle, scoring the best goal of the game after a fluent passing move.
Going into the second half 5-1 up, Pulford put their passing together. MoM Brightmore (4), Rory Benson (2), Tomos Hughes (2), Tom Gledhill and Calum West were the scorers.
Westminster Park battled past hosts Elton Youth 5-3 in an evenly balanced game.
A hat trick from MoM Luke O'Neill was not enough to match braces from Jonathon Mount-ford and Jordan Turner alongside a Duaine Meacock strike.
Bunbury also went down at home in strong winds, 3-1 to Boughton.
The visitors were too strong despite a strike from MoM Owen Dawson to rekindle a late comeback.
The U14s also found play difficult in the blustery conditions, but Saughall Colts managed to slide seven past visitors Blacon.
Colts were first to score with Greg Dymond slotting past the keeper on his way to four for the day in the 7-1 win. Sam Patchitt added to the total before Blacon answered.
Chris Humphreys connected with a Shaun Arathoon corner to head into the Blacon net and MoM Sam Nicholas hit the target with a free kick to secure victory for the Colts.
Pulford left with a 4-2 win after visiting Bretton Super Saints. All their goals came before the break with strikes from Ben Robinson (2), David Roberts and Rob Dudley.
In the second half Bretton battered the Pulford goal but a MoM performance from keeper Joe Bate kept the score at 4-2.