HALLWOOD Raven ensured a quick turnaround in The Courier Post Runcorn Sunday League's Premier Division.
They beat Halton Barley 1-0 at Picow Farm Road after losing to the same opponents a week earlier.
Bridge Timber marched on with a 6-1 win at Roosters while Dray beat Tricorn 7-1 but Halton Railway failed to show at DUK Brewer.
Division One's Bridge Boys and Royal Oak make the early pace after each winning with three from three.
Weston Village had broken the deadlock after 10 minutes with a decent finish from the penalty spot after a foul by Bridge's keeper.
Bridge Boys replied within five minutes with a good finish by Scott Swales - fresh from bench duty with Runcorn Linnets.
They then took the lead 10 minutes from the end of the half when Bridge Boys were awarded a free kick on the corner of the 18-yard box.
Rob Darlington's well-timed header was nodded home by Phil Brake.
After the restart Weston came out fighting with an effort from Mark Irwin hitting the crossbar.
Bridge returned the pressure and were rewarded with another goal as Swales got his second by dummying before shooting.
This forced the keeper to the floor and left an easy finish. The match was tough and could have gone either way.
On 62 minutes, Weston had chance to equalise - an acute-angled through ball allowing the Weston substitute to go one on one with Bridge Boys' keeper from eight yards.
But a powerful right-foot shot was parried away. Within three passes, however, Brake was 25 yards from goal and popped up with an incredible effort flying into the net.
Boys added two more - through MoM Swales, who took his tally to four after fine team work.
Elsewhere, first-half goals from Andy Abbott and Dale O'Neill, gave Reos a first-half lead.
A Todd Dynamoes' own goal in the second half wrapped up the points for Reos in a game well-contested by two committed sides.
Reos man of the match was Ste Cosgrove despite Phil Shepard, Anthony McLean and Gary Rowlands also having great games.
Lee Shearer's penalty handed Kydd's a 1-0 win over Brookvale in a close encounter.
Royal Oak overcame Halfway Vets thanks to a Chris McKee hat-trick and a strike by Maxwell Skerrett. Derek Schooler replied for Vets.
* Halton Arms lost 1-0 to in-form visitors Cheshire Hawthorne in the Warrington Touchline Sports Sunday League - the solitary goal came from Ian Whitfield.