ST THERESA’S had seven bells beaten out of them in round two of the Financial Solutions Sunday League Cup as Ring O’Bells won 7-0.
An own goal plus doubles from Dave Pascoe, Andy Taylor and Ola Owolabi eliminated the Saints at home.
Boughton Hall also said goodbye to the competition as Custom House beat them 6-2. Andy Hodson and Dave Wheatley got on the Hall scoresheet, but a hat-trick from Andy Shelton, two from Rod Pickering and a single Akos Kovac effort sent Custom House through.
Bromfield Arms crushed Tattenhall 8-2 with goals from Andy Peters (3), Chris Wright, Neil Hukin, Carl Rae, Liam Durcan and Steve Wordsworth.
Carlton suffered a 5-2 home defeat to Greyhound. Lewis Mitchell got the home goals but Ross Broadbent (2), Mike Bryant, Lee Edwards and Lee Howell were all on the mark.
Castrol Swan beat Dee Rangers 7-3.
Waverton were unlucky to lose 4-3 at home to Gardeners Arms. Lee Stevens (2) and Martin Farrell kept Waverton’s hopes alive but goals from Carl Fowlie, Luke Griffiths, Graham Allen and Matt Rowlands proved decisive.
Western Rangers of Dale Recycling Solutions Section C saw off Concorde Trophies Section A side Tarvin Rex 5-2 in a shock giant-killing. James Thompson scored a hat-trick and Gareth Lee and Pat Bleakley finished the job for Rangers.
Anchor slumped to an 11-0 drubbing at home to Dee Miller. Goals from Simon Andrews (4), Danny Andrews (3), Aaron Stokoe (2), Jamie McElwain and Danny Stevenson booked Miller’s ticket to round three.
Upton YC were taken to extra time by Corner Pin as their game finished 2-2, a Damien Bryan double for Upton cancelled out by Dave Roxborough and Dave Lambert. Pin went on to win the match 6-4 on penalties.
In Section A, Lache Athletic and Lock Vaults played out a free-scoring match with Athletic coming out on top 6-4. Nathan Mapletoft (3), Joey Waters (2 penalties) and Leon Whitley scored the winning goals, Mike Moran, Dave Roberts, Pete Wheeler and Adam Kelly replying for Vaults.
Section C’s only game saw Grosvenor Celtic fall before Red Lion at home, losing 5-2. Cameron Forbes struck twice for Celtic but goals from Greg Dudley (2), Rob Cottrell, Paul Richards and Paul Tucker gave Red Lion victory.