CHRISTLETON will be hoping to repeat their heroic performance of last weekend when they take on West Kirby tomorrow.
The Swans face fourth-placed West Kirby just seven days after providing Division One leaders Runcorn Town with a true test, losing 3-2 with goals from Craig Warrington and Chris Herbert.
West Kirby have not enjoyed their usual dominance in the league this season and the Swans have an opportunity to pick up some points and move closer to mid-table security.
Title-chasing Upton AA will hope to get back on track at Halton tomorrow after losing ground to Runcorn. They slipped to a 1-0 home defeat by Vauxhall Motors Reserves on Saturday, Tommy Carroll scoring the only goal.
Blacon YC suffered their 17th defeat in 18 games this season as Cammell Laird Reserves kept their slim title hopes alive with a 5-1 win at Cairns Crescent. Niall Peaker scored Blacon’s consolation goal.
Mike Jeffs scored for hosts Chester Nomads in Division Two, but it was to no avail as promotion-chasing Ashville cruised to a 4-1 win.
Capenhurst Villa Reserves put St Werburgh’s to the sword in Division Three, beating their hosts 5-2. John Aiden Jones and Carl Reid found the net for Saints but Justin McNally, Danny Higginson, Mike Fawson, Lee Hammond and Andy Newlam bagged the points for Villa.
Upton AA Reserves returned from Ashville Reserves with a 3-1 victory thanks to a Nathan Freeman hat-trick.
Blacon YC Reserves gifted Mersey Royal their opener with an own goal before Phil Owen sealed the 2-0 result.
In the fourth round of the Umbro Cheshire Amateur Cup, Willaston were dumped out 3-0 at West Kirby.