JFC Boughton eased past Upton Blues 7-1 to take them within touching distance of the title.
Boughton struggled to find their usual passing rhythm against Upton's defensive qualities but still took a 4-1 lead into the break. Boughton then struck a vein of form in the second half and rattled in three without reply.
Braces came from Sion Brisbane, Sammy Molyneux and Matthew Gilmour, with Jamie Haddock getting one. Danny Evans got the reply. Players of the match were Boughton full-back Jack Artell and Nathan Hickson.
Castrol Celtic snatched an early lead on their travels to Westminster Park Lions and went into the second half 1-0 up.
They soon turned it into a 3-0 lead before Patrick Burke pulled one back. Castrol added more either side of an Ashley Whales strike to finish 5-2. Lions MoM was Luke Goldsmith, who stopped a penalty and some challenging shots.
Castrol suffered a home reverse after going 1-0 up at the break through a header.
Opponents Saughall Colts reacted in the second half, scoring three through a Sam Davies double and a single strike from Matthew Fletcher-Hunt. MoM was Jordan Ro gers.
A Jack Gittins hat-trick helped Waverton to an important 4-2 win over Blacon Youth. Hosts Waverton started strongly and Gittins struck his first.
He doubled the Waverton lead after outpacing the Blacon defence, chipping the keeper, before Cameron Moyes made it 3-0 at half time.
Blacon came back into the game, first with a spot kick then slotting home a rebound off the keeper. Gittins then completed his hat-trick with a confident drive to restore the two-goal advantage and secure the points.
The goals came freely when Castrol Celtic clashed with Upton Blues.
The weekday fixture saw home side Castrol open the scoring in the first few minutes but were 3-1 down at half-time. Upton then went on cruise control to win 8-3.
Upton scorers were Ben Roycroft, Callum Berry (2), Danny Evans and Ben Mawer (4). MoM was Ben Mawer.