IT is now a two-horse race for the Chester & District League Queensferry Sports Premier Division title.

Table-topping Kelsall (Sean Page, John Devonport, Adam Crimes) effectively ended Chester Nomads 2nds’ challenge with a 3-0 home win on Saturday. Railway Athletic (Jake Harrison, OG) remain seven points behind in second after their 2-1 victory at Hoole Rangers (Andy Riddell).

Neston Nomads (John Lloyd, Rob Cottrell, Kevin Williams, Antony Jones, Luke Robinson, Andy Robinson 2) boosted their hopes of winning Olympic Trophies Division One with a 7-0 success at Frodsham Vets.

Tarvin 2000 Athletic drew 0-0 at Kelma to slip behind third-placed Neston and second-placed Levers Athletic, who triumphed 2-1 at Duddon United (Stu Johnson). Leaders Manor Athletic won 3-0 at Rangers Breaks.

Uberlube (Matty Elson 2, Graham Dodd 2) and Chester Celtic (John Collins 3, Dan Harrison, Mike Collins) moved within two points of top spot in Moreton Electrical Wholesalers Division Two.

They won 4-0 at Lodge Bar and 5-0 at Newton Bears respectively.

Peacock 09 (Danny Stephenson) drew 1-1 at home to pacesetters Shaftesbury Youth Club as Cestrian Alex (Callum McLachlan) lost 2-1 at second-placed Raby Villa.

Crossway Reserves (Dave Megson, Sam Jones) edged their Link Up Division Three Chester derby at Lache (Michael Waters) 2-1.