DUK Brewer still have the Courier Post Runcorn Sunday League's Premier Division title very much in their sights after downing Hallwood Raven 5-0.
Second-placed Brewer cut the gap on leaders Bridge Timber to seven points and they still have three games in hand.
Towey (2), Cuttress (2) and Mike Thompson were on target for DUK.
Dray remain third, despite losing 4-1 to unpredictable Halton Barley.
John MacDonald (2), Ben Stubbs and Neal Percival scored for the winners.
Division One title hopefuls Todd Dynamoes and Bridge Boys fought out a 1-1 draw in a game both really needed to win.
In difficult conditions, Scott Swales took advantage of sloppy defending to put Bridge Boys one up early in the second half.
But late Dynamoes pressure paid off when Matty Walcott fired home a volley.
The point leaves Bridge Boys on top of the table but also keeps alive Todds' title aspirations.
Reos, level on points with the lead-ers but with two games in hand, lie second.
Third-placed Todds are in turn six points behind Reos but have played a couple of games fewer.
Rod Hodnett (2), Peter Murphy and Matthew Wilson scored for Kydds who went down 6-4 to Brookvale.
The semi-final line-ups are now complete for the league's cup competitions. Dates for these ties, as follows, will be announced soon.
Harry Tabb Memorial: Bridge Boys v Reos, Bridge Timber v Tricorn Paddy Heffernan/Dave Benson Memorial Trophy: DUK Brewer v Bridge Timber, Dray v Halton Barley Bob Orme Challenge Cup: DUK Brewer v Bridge Timber, Halfway Vets v Halton Barley n Halton Arms goalkeeper Kev Bradshaw fluked a goal from inside his own penalty area to give Halton Arms a 1-0 victory over Moorfield Callands in the Warrington & District League's Premier Division.