DEE Miller kicked off their Financial Solutions Sunday League Cup challenge with a 4-3 win at Highfield.
Luke Jackson, Danny Stevenson and Adam Stokoe cancelled out strikes from Highfield’s Chris Larson (2) and Neil Fields, before super-sub James Andrews came on to grab the winner for Miller.
In Concorde Trophies Section A, Lock Vaults were convincing against Tarvin Rex, winning 5-0 with goals from Mike Moran (2), Dave Roberts (2) and Jamie Moss.
Saltney Ferry finished all square against Lache as they ended up 3-3. Warren Kelly (2) and Nicky Ashford scored for hosts Ferry, while Aidy Callaghan, Nathan Mapletoft and Liam McGovern earned a point for Lache.
Vicars Cross fell 5-0 at home to Dee Rangers.
Chester Chronicle Section B sides Boughton Hall and Gardeners shared the spoils as their game ended 3-3. Neil Davies (2) and Dalat Gulzar were on the scoresheet for Hall, Carl Fowlie, Andrew Collins and Mark Abbott replying for Gardeners.
A penalty handed Bromfield a 3-2 victory over visiting Bank of America. Liam Durcan and Neil Huckin struck for Bromfield before an Andy Peters spot-kick nestled in the net to decide the game.
Custom House suffered a 2-1 reverse at home to Frodsham. Rob Pickering was the hosts’ scorer but Adam Atkinson and Graham Search beat the Custom House keeper to take the points.
Upton YC’s Matty Crank scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Waverton.
Anchor and St Theresa’s were inseparable in Dale Recycling Solutions Section C, drawing 3-3. A Jason Lucas double and Nathan Davies’ strike for Anchor were nullified by goals from Lee Wilkinson, Lewis Jennerway and Jacob Price.
Greyhound saw off Grosvenor 5-2. Lee Edwards (2), Simon Shrub, Kevin Garland and Ross Broadbent got the winning goals. Grosvenor scored through Meryl Roberts and John Bailey.
Inter Barrow won 4-0 at home to Red Lion, David Burton, Kieron Tudor, John Miles and Guy Turton on target.
Ring O’ Bells registered a 9-0 victory over Carlton thanks to goals from Andy Austin (4), Carl Jenkins (2), Joe Flynn (2) and Dave Pascoe.
Tattenhall scored through Dan Smith but lost 8-1 at home to Western Rangers, who benefited from a Richard Deponeo hat-trick, two each for Nick Hetherson and Gareth Lee, and an Ed Bloomer strike.