HOOLE Rangers went top of the Queens-ferry Sports Premier Division with a 4-2 win at Waggon & Horses, who occupied second place at the start of play. Hoole's scorers were Kevin Garland, Ian Hasting and Ian Jones (2).
Chester Nomads Seconds moved up to second spot following a 3-2 home win against Brewery Arms. Nomads' goals came from Kevin Dodd, Steve Goodyear and John Atherton, with Brewery replying through Paul Davies and Chris Donnolly.
Newton Athletic Youth claimed both points after Gareth Axon notched a last-minute winner at home to Frodsham United. Their other goal in a 2-1 win was scored by Paul Taylor.
Blacon YC scored two first-half goals at Barrow Athletic through Michael Price and Paul Haselden. Lee Gregg made it 3-0 with a late penalty.
Duddon United went top of the first division as they beat Frodsham United Reserves with goals from Richard Moss (3), Craig Phelan and Matthew Bolton.
Bank of Scotland go third with a 3-1 home win over Barrow Athletic Seconds. The goals came from James Farrey, Barry Rowlands and Rob Hastie.
Kelsall slowed Upton Borough's title charge by holding them to a 3-3 draw. Paul Tucker, Simon Wheelan and Adam Jennings got Kelsall's goals while Paul Joiner, Ian Holmes and Dave Roberts were on the mark for Borough.
Team Highfield were knocked out of the Northern Cup 3-1 after extra time. Gary Ellams was their only goalscorer.