ROUND Two of the Cayzer Shield produced two 6-0 routs, propelling Chester Nomads 4ths and Manor Athletic in to the next round.
Nomads won at Crossway Reserves with goals by Terry Ellams (3), Ashley Devera Davey, Micky Carroll. Athletic turned over Lodge Bar with strikes by Steve Sales (2), Chris Tolley, Eddie Atkinson, Robby Roberts and Wayne Hulse.
In the second round of the Northern Cup, AFC Bebington Athletic Reserves won 3-2 in extra time against Old Xaverians while Windle Sports and Social beat Highfield Athletic 2nds 3-2.
FC Woodlands came out on top in a seven-goal thriller against West Meters thanks to a brace from Rob Stockton and goals from Chris Gatrell and John Marshell.
In the Queensferry Sports Premier Division, Castrol Social, trailing 2-0 at half time, came back to beat Sutton Way Villa 4-3.
Goals from Martin Moore and Joey Inlach helped Chester Nomads 2nds to a 2-1 win over Kelsall.
Newton Bears registered a convincing 3-0 victory over Hoole Rangers with a Nathern Bradshaw brace and Darren Holmes strike.
Waggon and Horses held off a second half fightback from City Bar to win 3-2. Garry Ellams, Brad Mortimer and James Henry were on target for W&H while Tom Mackrell and Blake Williams netted for City Bar.
Chester Nomads 3rds hammered Frodsham United 6-1 in Olympic Trophies Division One with hat-tricks from John Roberts and Paul Stuckland. Chris Cardene scored United’s consolation.
Ashton Lions and Parkgate played out a 2-2 draw with Johnathon Dickinson and Damien Jones netting for Lions.
The same scoreline settled a clash between Helsby and Duddon United. Dave Richards and Dave Robinson scored for Helsby and Kev Rogerson and Andrew Walker struck for Duddon.
A Joe Turner brace gave Saughall Thursday a 2-1 win over Robin Hood.
In Dataweb Services Division Two, FC Pensby marched to a 6-2 drubbing of MBCS while Newton Reserves (Wirral) won 5-1 at Vicars Cross Doves.
The game between Moneysupermarket.com and Hoole Rangers Reserves finished 1-1. Barry Louchram grabbed Moneysupermarket’s second half equaliser.
Frodsham Vets trounced Uberlube 5-1 in Chesterfest Division Three, the home side’s only goal coming from Tom Vickers.
Halfway House Celtic drew 2-2 with Kelma. Robert Phillips and Mark Tummon scored for Celtic while Simon Tierney and Mark Lawler netted for Kelma.