LACHE Park ran riot at Tarvin Rex, firing home 11 goals without reply in Concorde Trophies Section A.
Five from Nathan Mapletoft and four from Andy Callaghan spearheaded the rout, with Joey Waters and Mike Edwards also getting in on the act.
Blacon Sports and Social Club shared the points with Castrol Swan in an enthralling 4-4 draw. Scott Chard, Jason Welch and Lee Bennion all scored for Blacon, who trailed 4-3 until late on when Adam Cheers grabbed an equaliser.
Mike Costello struck the only goal of the game in Dee Rangers’ 1-0 win over Saltney Ferry.
Chester Chronicle Section B witnessed its own 11-goal haul as The Highfield annihilated Waverton 11-0. Chris Larson set the standard with five goals, followed by Adam Langton with four and singles from Peter O’Toole and Danny Owens.
Frodsham weeded out Gardeners, winning 4-0 with Lee Ireland and Graham Search bagging two each.
Upton YC and Corner Pin cancelled each other out, finishing up 3-3. Simon Hunka (2) and Matty Crank scored for hosts Upton but Corner Pin replied through Lee Evans and Lee Woodworth.
Dale Harris and Akos Kovak were on target for Custom House against Bromfield Arms, but they only earned a point as the game ended 2-2, Nathan Freeman and Liam Durkin equalising.
Financial Solutions Section C took the award for the biggest score of the day, as Western Rangers came out on top in a 14-goal match against Grosvenor Celtic. Rangers won 13-1 thanks to braces from Ian Smith, James Thompson and Gareth Lee, plus goals from Pat Bleakley, James O’Neill, Richard Deponeo, Nick Henderson, Ed Bloomer, Shaun Doolan and, to compound the defeat, an own goal.
Greyhound travelled to Carlton and won 4-1. Dan Lancaster found the net for Carlton but doubles from Lee Edwards and Lee Woodworth secured the points for Greyhound.
A Will Armstrong brace was enough to give Red Lion an 2-1 victory over St Theresa’s. Ring O’Bells’ Carl Jenkins struck twice to defeat Anchor 2-0.
Tattenhall scored three times at home and lost as Inter Barrow beat them 5-3.