DIVISION One outfit St Saviour's put Division Two leaders Liberal A out of the Chester Snooker League Challenge Trophy to progress to the quarter-final.
Although Saviours went two up through Alan Page and Scott Wilkie, Pete Bowes pulled one back for Liberal by defeating George Brady. Kevin Maxwell defeated Phil Sullivan on the black ball to restore Saints' two-frame advantage but Tom Hughes had a great frame to defeat Alex Ferguson and put Liberal in with a chance. Jason Taylor settled it for Saviours with an 18-point win over Steve Ankers to see the visitors through 4-2.
St Werburgh's came from behind to overcome United Services 4-2. An inform Mattie Hewitt gave Werburghs the lead with an emphatic win over Tony McKevitt. Services went ahead with wins by Martin Walsh and Geoff Cadogan but Derek Jones, Neil Cardus and Dan Griffiths did enough to put Werburghs through to the last eight.
Christleton B entertained Broughton Wings B and Barry Davies got the home side off to a good start with a 39-point win over Frank McMahon. Darroch Mackie brought Wings level with a good win over Joey Wynne, but Wayne Amey restored the home side's lead coming from 58 behind to over-come Clive Williams.
Barry Charker comfortably beat Frank Mills to put Christleton 3-1 up but Wings were not done for and came back again when Archie Lamb beat Chase Kirwin on the pink ball. Peter Sheppard started against Bryn Hughes with a 42 break and went on to win the match for Christleton 4-2.
Christleton A had a very close encounter against Upton RBL A, who finished on top. Chris Bennion gave Upton a good start with a win over G Bennet. John Mooney played well to defeat Gary Morley and Mark Cook put the home side in the lead with a win over John Over. Chris Dixon levelled the scores with his win against Mike Craig, but Upton went ahead again with Glen Shiel getting the better of Matty Done on the black. Christleton's Gareth Lloyd tried his best to bring back the 76-point deficit and steal the match on the aggregate, but it was not to be. He defeated Kevin Gibson by 61, leaving Upton the winners by 15 points on the aggregate.