DUDDON United were held at home by second-from-bottom Team Highfield in the Premier Division.
Goals from Matty Carline and Adam Langton guaranteed Highfield a share of the spoils.
Castrol Social underlined their ambitions for the season by beating Frodsham United 5-0. Doubles from Steve Finlay and Andy Crawford, topped off with one from Scott Rioch, sealed another three points for the Oilmen.
Kydds Athletic put a little distance between them and Chester Nomads 2nds by beating them 5-2.
Blacon Youth Club A faced Tarvin 2000 Athletic for the second time in a row and halved the 4-0 scoreline they lost by the previous week, Darren Carr and John Winter giving Tarvin a 2-0 win.
Highfield Athletic failed to climb above Waggon & Horses in the league as the teams ground out a 2-2 draw thanks to goals from Waggon's Luke Craughton and Gary Ellams and Highfield's Ross Broadbent and Scott Chard.
A high-scoring day in Division One saw league leaders Ashton Lions run out 6-2 winners over Chester Nomads 3rds.
Viv Richards scored four supplemented by strikes from Ricky Milne and Rick Preston. Chris Parry and Lee Williams grabbed consolation goals for Nomads.
Glen Hutchison scored a first-half hat-trick for Bank of Scotland as they sailed to a 4-0 victory over Blacon Youth Club Colts. Steve Daltry added the other strike.
Barrow Athletic fought hard but could not prevent visitors Cestrian Alex winning 4-2. Peter Snelson and Kevin Nixon scored for Athletic but Alex benefited from a Paul Finch treble and one from Richard Deponeo.
Crossway saw off Bebington Athletic 6-1, with two for Aaron Edwards and one each for Dan Kyle, Pete Syddall, Carl Mackie and Steve Gore. Carl Aldred provided the only reply from Bebington.
Parkgate romped home against Runcorn Albion in Division Three. A hat-trick from Gareth Davies added to goals from Graeme Warring, Patrick Sarjent, Mark Pover and Khalid Al-Samarrie to give them a 7-2 triumph.
Rangers Breaks battled for a 4-4 draw against Barrow Athletic 2nds. John McKie with a hat-trick and Dan Kane ensured Breaks got a point.
City Bar dished out a 5-2 drubbing to Helsby thanks to goals from Dan McLoughlan, Sean Smith, Dan Mitchell and Phil Neale (2).
Sutton Way Villa's James Watson bagged a brace as his team beat visitors Boughton Athletic 3-1. Steven Armitage score Villa's other goals and James Forster pulled one back for Athletic.