CUSTOM House caused the upset of the day in the third round of the Aldford Glass Cup by knocking out Section A strugglers Grosvenor.
The Section C outfit needed extra time after sharing eight goals in normal time before claiming a 6-5 victory with goals by Alan Smith (2), Richie Downes (2), Dale Harris and Paul Ledsham.
There were no problems for FC Boughton who returned to form to thrash Ship Victory (Darren Bradley) 9-1, thanks to doubles by Chris Herbert and Ian Hastings and other goals by Andy Shelton, Matty Woodward, Gary Shelton, Dave Tills and Ian Jones.
John Dowdswell (2), Ben Irwin, Matt Kearney and Brian Worrall were on target as MBNA beat St Werburgh's 5-2, and Paul Wilcockson netted the only goal of the game to put Spital Vaults through at Waverton.
Mail Social edged out Dee Miller by the odd goal in seven, while in a second-round match, Wheelwright Arms beat Duddon by a similar score with goals by Steve Hussin, Mark Antrobus and Mark Hobson (2).
Upton YC struggled to raise a team at Highfield in Section A, and it showed as they crashed 14-0. Simon Davies led the rout with six goals, Gary Ellams added three and the rest came from Dave Cooper, Jason Perry (2), Graham Carine and Simon Lowe.
Lowly Deva Social gained a valuable point in a 4-4 draw at Lache Athletic (Chris Donnelly 3, Colin Donnelly), where a late penalty by Neil Fields added to a Paul Gardiner hat-trick.
Pace Telecom lead Section C after winning 8-2 at Red House (Leroy Robinson, Robbie Gerrard), while Tarvin Rex collected only their third point in a 2-2 home draw with Piper, Steve Whittaker and Edward Lennie on target.
Leading 2-0 at the break with a Liam McGovern brace, Ship Inn went down 4-2 at Stanley Arms, who had Tony Lamb, Mo Gomez (2) and Chris Arden on the mark.
Corner Pin continued their improvement with a 3-1 home win over Black Dog in Section C, Kevin Langton (2) and Paul Lloyd their marksmen, and goals by Bryan Coleman and Steve Painter earned a 2-2 draw for Chester City ISA after trailing 2-0 at the break to Egerton Arms.
Boathouse are still pointless after going down 5-0 at Bache, where the match winners were Alan Owen, Dalat Gulzar, Andy Hodson and John Morris (2). Saltney Ferry beat Rhosddu Celtic 5-3 in the second round of the North East Wales Cup.