PROMOTED Peacock 09 continue to lay waste to Chester & District League Olympic Trophies Division One.

The Christleton Sports Centre side made it six wins from six on Saturday to extend their lead at the top to eight points with a 2-0 triumph at fellow high flyers Uberlube.

David Parker and Jamie Hughes struck either side of half time for Peacock.

Chester Nomads 3rds (Phil Hamilton 2) moved above Uberlube and into second with a 2-0 home victory over Hoole Rangers Reserves.

Raby Villa are also going well and they won 7-2 at Orange Athletic.

Boughton Athletic are up and running in Football Bootique Division Two after they drew 3-3 at home to Orange Athletic 2nds.

Daryl Presley and John McKay strikes for Boughton were complemented by an own goal.

Crossway Reserves, however, are still searching for their first point of the campaign after going down 2-1 at Neston Nomads (Mark Liu, Rob Marr).

Elton Riggers’s 100% winning start to Link Up Division Three came to an end as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Little Sutton Villa (Ross Manders).

Crossway are looking up in the Queensferry Sports Premier Division after recording an impressive 8-3 home win over Blacon Youth Club Highfield. Steve Gore (4), Phil Goff (3) and Lee Culham ensured Ellis Moore, Dan Randles and Luke Jones’ efforts for Blacon proved in vain.

Saughall Thursday (Stewart Musgrave) drew 1-1 at home to Levers Athletics as Groves were beaten 3-0 at Kelma.

Top-flight Cross Foxes were victims of a Roodee Web Designs Tom Gerraghty Memorial Trophy shock as they fell 3-2 at Halfwayhouse Celtic.

Tarvin 2000 Athletic (Kevin Leach 3, John Lawrence 2) booked their place in round two but they had to work hard for their 5-3 win at Ellesmere Port Town (Nathan Mapletoft 2, Gary Handley). Waggon & Horses (Lee King McGee, James Henry, Jack Hart) had it easier at Ellesmere Port 3rds, running out 3-0 winners.

Also through are Chester Celtic (Joe Flynn 2, Mike Collins, Paul Harrison, Tommy Fennell, Danny Harrison) and Hoole Rangers (Andy Riddell, Kelvin Rodrick, Warren Fowles, Graham Rishton) after they won 6-0 and 5-1 at home to Chester Athletic and Barcode Athletic respectively.

Peacock 09 Reserves (John Dee 3, Dan Christian, Jay Sinnott) were 5-1 winners at home to Rangers Breaks but Lache 2nds (Will Bailey, Mickey Edwards, Declan McHugh) were beaten 4-3 at home by Ridgewood Rovers.

Ashton lost 5-1 to Shaftsbury Youth Club and Groves Reserves slumped to an 8-1 defeat to Seven Stiles.