TRICORN of The Courier Post Run-corn Sunday League's Division One upstaged Premier outfit YKK.
The lower-section side had gone in front when Bobby Hughes' free-kick was headed in by Anthony Woods.
But Mike Garland converted a hotlydisputed penalty to level at half-time.
A cross by substitute Anthony Wood was chested down and rifled home by Paul Dwyer.
After Woods and Bond had exchanged passes, the ball fell for Tony Prior to score the third from a miskick.
Blackburne Arms 0 Halton Arms Sports 7: Sports, from Warrington Sunday League's Premier Division, totally outclassed their Division Four opponents in the Denis Scholes Trophy.
Victory came hot on the heels of a 2-1 win over North Reddish of the Hyde Sunday League in the Gregg's North-West Champions Cup.
The next round on Sunday, November 6 sees Halton take on Blackpool's Highbury FC.
Runcorn Town Youth 4 Halton Railway 4 (after extra-time, Halton Railway win 2-1 on pens): Railway squeezed into the second round of the Runcorn District Sunday Cup with this derby win.
Halton went ahead through Connor Taylor but the lead was shortlived as Town top scorer John Dover equalised after a fine solo run and hesitation from Halton.
Railway resumed their assault with goals from Paul Flaherty and Craig Threlfall to take a 3-1 interval lead.
But with 10 minutes remaining, Town Youth launched an incredible comeback, scoring twice to take the match into extra-time.
Firstly, Robbie Search headed in Matty Johnson's fine free-kick from the left and Dover created space for himself and added his 11th goal in five games.
Taylor then struck his second goal of the match for Halton but once again Town hit back with a well-taken goal from Dean Ramanouski.
The match then went to penalties and Railway's keeper pulled off two saves which took his side through.
This game was a credit to local football - two young sides playing good football and in the right spirit. n TOP teams in both sections of the Widnes Mini-League were each beaten this week by the side immediately below them.
Group One's Crows retained the leadership although beaten 3-0 by second-placed Falcons for whom Matthew Davies hit a hat-trick.
Falcons then drew 0-0 with Vultures and Crows beat new team Magpies 5-1 with goals by J Giblin (2), J McKeown (2) and D Edwards.
Magpies, however, claimed their maiden victory, edging out Sharks 1-0 with an S Coogan strike.
Vultures saw off Kestrels 4-0 thanks to A Johnson (2), W Roberts and T Nicholls.
Group Two's Rovers, second to United, beat the table toppers 1-0 with a goal by L McDonough.
However, they then lost 1-0 to third-placed Borough whose marksman was C Green.
United bounced back with a 2-0 defeat of Rangers.
Forest triumphed 5-1 against bottom-placed City courtesy of goals by D Smith (2), C Lawson, D Roberts and an own goal. City, whose consolation came from J Haslam, drew 1-1 with Borough.