A MEASURED performance from Newton saw them edge closer to the under 15s title when an improving Saughall visited.
First-half goals from Jack Toop and Callum Johnson and a cool finish in the second half from Mike McWilliams made it 3-0.
George Picton went goal crazy in the U14s section, putting five Vicars Cross goals past visitors Blacon Youth. The home side were 4-0 up at the break. Despite a Blacon reply, it ended 8-3.
Vicars Cross man Jack Daltrey got two and Jonathon Fowles bagged one.
In the U13 division, a Luke O'Neill goal for Elton Youth was not enough to see off visitors Blacon Youth Tigers, who got four. Elton man of the match was Shaun Bailiff.
The opposite result came when Newton entertained Tattenhall.
A close first half saw Newton score first. Robbie Kerr got one back but the game ended 4-1. Tattenhall MoM was goalie Matthew Jones.
In the U12 section, Newton continued their winning run despite going behind against Pulford.
Josh Henney equalised before half time, then a lob from Elliott Youdell and a Jacob Rhoden free kick ensured the victory despite some late close calls.
MoM was Sean Mooney, and Michael Barcroft for Pulford.
Two early goals for Vicars Cross set the scene for a 6-1 away victory over Saughall Colts. Matty Taylor tried to pull it back but Vicars Cross scored again early in the second half. Colts' MoM George Carroll scored a penalty consolation.
BSS used their home advantage to defeat Saughall 6-0. Knowing a win would strengthen their title hopes, they took the lead after 10 minutes and continued to dominate.
Both Lewis Knight and Sam Moodie got a brace, with Adam Joinson and Adam Kelly each adding another. MoM was Jordan Hardcastle.