WAGGON & Horses came from behind three times to win a tough away fixture with Frodsham on Saturday.
Matty Biddle struck a 25-yard volley and Gary Ellams headed the winner to win the Premier Division clash 4-3.
The visitors went down to strikes from Si Wright (2) and Mike Haslem but refused to accept defeat. Brad Mortimer and Danny Davies got the other two for Waggon.
Hosts Newton Bears got the better of another 4-3 thriller when they entertained Kydds Athletic. Jason Yari, Kevin Jenson, Gaz Axon and Paul Taylor all scored.
Tarvin 2000 Athletic also won at home, with Adam Crimes scoring either side of the break to make it 2-1 against Hoole Rangers.
Highfield Athletic found no reply when Kelsall came and scored one, but Duddon’s Rob Edge and Gordon Piggin both struck to finish 2-2 against visitors Chester Nomads 2nds.
In Division One, Ashton Lions were also locked in a draw, this time 3-3 against visitors City Bar. Graham Bunting, John Dickenson and Damian Jones lashed home for Ashton, with Alex Wallace (2) and Gary Didsbury getting the away goals.
Helsby added to five first-half goals against hosts Cestrian Alex to end 7-1. Richard Deponeo got one for Alex.
Chester Nomads 3rds could not contain Parkgate, who ran rampant with nine goals. Mike Locker, Chris Parry and Steve Broadhurst got three back.
Robin Hood also handed out a lesson away from home, winning 6-1 against Highfield Reserves. Jay Page got the reply.
Sutton Way Villa showed how to use home advantage, with two either side of the break against Barrow Athletic. Scott Rowley got a brace while James Watson and David Winkle also scored to make it 4-0.
Three Division Two matches went ahead, with Saughall Thursday ripping into Barrow Athletic 2nds 6-1. Kenny Meinert found one but Phil Lloyd (2), Paul Harrison, Stuart Musgrave, Matt Russell and Scott Ditchfield did the damage.
No reply came to Vernon Keep’s brace as he won the game for Chester Nomads 6ths against Blacon Youth Vets. But visitors FC Woodlands matched Rangers Breaks goal-for-goal 3-3. Steve Earle (2) and John McKie netted for Rangers.