SUNDAY FOOTBALL: Todd Dynamoes maintained their bid for The Courier Post Runcorn Sunday League's Division One title with a 4-0 win over Royal Oak.
Andrew Kilduff opened the scoring and they were soon two up when Kenny Cook's 35-yard drive hit the crossbar - only to rebound onto the back of the Royal Oak's goalkeeper and into the net.
Veteran Mick O'Brian turned back the clock with his MoM performance and made it 3-0 before half time.
Dynamoes missed several second-half chances before Allan Archer grabbed the fourth.
In the only other league game, Tricorn overhauled Halton Barley and climbed to fourth in the Premier Division with a comfortable win at Halton FC.
MoM Gary Lunt scored twice, with Craig Mitchell and Anthony Wood also netting. Phil Lewis got Barley's consolation.
In the league's Harry Tabb Memorial Trophy, Reos booked a semi-final encounter against Bridge Boys with a 3-0 win over Halfway Vets.
Craig Slavin (2) and Gary Rowlands did the damage with Martin Wymant the man-of-the-match.
* Halton Arms had goals from Russell Whitehead and Robbie Moore in their 2-1 Warrington & District Sunday League Premier Division defeat of Socrates.
Bridge Timber 2 Norton Arms 1: Holders Bridge Timber reached the Runcorn & District FA's Sunday Cup final with a 2-1 against Norton Arms.
Bridge would have made the game safe in the first half, which they bossed from the start, but for a host of missed chances,
It took them until the 42nd minute to break the deadlock.
Gary Jaques found Kev Ward who unselfishly rolled in man-of-the-match Karl Thomas for the first of his two.
More wasted opportunities could have cost Timber as Norton came more into the game.
But a fine 80th-minute pass from Dave Tierney picked out Ward who again set up the unmarked Thomas to turn a low shot into the corner.
Bridge's Craig Beech saw a 20-yard strike tipped over before Norton pulled a goal back in the last minute.