LACHE, along with hotshot Jamie McElwaine, were the headline makers in the Chester & District League on Saturday.

Lache produced the shock of the Roodee Web Design Tom Gerraghty Memorial Trophy second round as Liam McGovern and Dale Gilmartin (2) fired them to a stunning 3-2 success at Chester Nomads 2nds.

McElwaine, meanwhile, hit a double hat-trick as Cross Foxes cruised to a 7-0 home victory over Duddon United, Jamie Beech completing the romp.

There were two other trophy surprises as Tarvin 2000 Athletic (Gary Piggin, Kevin Leach) fell 3-2 at home to FC Village and Barcode Athletic won by the same scoreline at home to Halfwayhouse Celtic.

Saughall Thursday (Luke Hughes 2) triumphed 2-1 at home to Heswall Windows, but Hoole Rangers (Matty Owen) crashed out after going down 3-1 at home to Groves.

Holders Highfield Athletic (Adam Langton 3, Rob Joynson, Ross Broadbent, Chris Larson) won 6-3 at home to Manor Athletic and Crossway (Steve Gore, Phil Goff, Lee Cullen, Mike Bona) sent Neston Nomads (Alex Clare 2) packing 4-2.

Kelsall (Darren Holmes, Mat Kilgallon, James Thompson, John Devonport, Adam Crimes, Sean Page) were 6-0 winners at home to Boughton Athletic, Waggon & Horses triumphed 4-2 at Levers Athletic and Railway Athletic (Jake Harrison 3, Adam Brown) won 4-3 at home to Chester Nomads 3rds, as Sutton Way Villa were made to work hard to win 7-5 at Kelma.

Barrow Athletic (Gary Owen, Tom Wilkinson, Andy Blackwell) were 3-1 winners at home to Newton Wirral, while Peacock 09 (John Eymoul-Jones 3, Joe Williamson, Mark Legge, James Darcy, Jamie Hughes, Kenny Meinert) hammered Crossway Reserves 8-0 and Waggon & Horses Reserves (Sam Henry 3, Lee Wheelen 2, O Pepiov) won 6-3 at home to Cestrian Alex (Paul Gough, Andy Stockton, OG).

Raby Villa lost 4-1 at home to Shaftesbury Youth in the Cayzer Shield.

Frodsham Vets (Ian Tennant) drew their Olympic Trophies Division One basement battle at home to Rangers Breaks 1-1 and there was 1-0 home success for Chester Celtic (Chris Taylor) over Newton Bears in Drury Electrical Wholesalers Division Two.

Barrow Athletic were beaten 2-1 at Groves Celtic in Link Up Division Three, but Vicars Cross Doves fared worse as they were thrashed 13-0 at Zone Fitness (Paul Lloyd 6, Ross Pringle 3, Liam Ward 3, Luke Jones).