CHESTER LEAGUE: Waggon and Horses booked their place in the third round draw for the Tom Gerraghty Memorial Trophy after beating AFC Bebington 2-1 on Saturday.
Warren Roberts and James Henry did the honours.
Hoole Rangers were mercilessly beaten 6-0 by hosts Castrol Social in the Queensferry Sports Premier Division’s only game of the weekend.
At half time it was 0-0 but goals from Steve Finlay (2), Mark McCaffery (2), Steve Morgan and an own goal after the break gave Social a commanding win.
Newton Bears’ game against Highfield Athletic was postponed.
In the Olympic Trophies Division One, Chester Nomads 3rds won a goal-packed game 5-3 against Ashton Lions.
A double from Andy Graham and singles from Steve Broadhurst, Richie Bennett and an own goal ensured the points went to Nomads. John Dickinson, Richard Preston and John Grant scored for the Lions.
Helsby were holding Highfield Athletic Reserves 1-1 at half time with goals from Dave Roughsedge and Adam Langton respectively. But Langton went on to get a hat-trick and Simon Quinn and Jay Page (2) also netted as Athletic won 6-2. Dave Richards grabbed Helsby’s second.
Sutton Way Villa scored through Mark Lowe and Mark Knox but still lost 3-2 to Parkgate.
In DevaWeb Services Division Two, Saughall Thursday’s poor run continued as they slumped to a 5-2 home defeat to Runcorn Albion. Matty Russell and Stuart Musgrave got their goals.
Vicars Cross Dynamo Doves fired four past Boughton Athletic without reply. The Doves’ goals came from Dale Young, Dan Christian and a brace from Dan Eaton.
CHESTER SUNDAY LEAGUE: Vicars Cross went through in the League Cup on Sunday, defeating Dee Miller 4-2.
Brothers Simon and Danny Andrews scored for Miller but it was to no avail.
In Section B, Bulls Head overcame Waverton 3-2. Waverton twice came from behind to level through Nick Kennedy and Phil Goodhall but the hosts bagged the winner.
St Werburgh’s returned from their trip to Royal Oak bearing points as Brian Lloyd, Carl Fowley, Luke Griffiths and Alan Jones gave them a 4-2 victory. Nathan Mapletoft and Mike James were on target for Oak.
Upton YC’s Matt Crank and Dave Owen each scored twice as they beat Bear’s Paw 6-1. Mike Garrod and Pat Walsh finished things off for Upton.
CHESHIRE LEAGUE: Malpas player-boss Robbie McWilliams scored two own goals on Saturday as his side squandered a host of chances and went down 3-0 at Lostock Gralam.
At half-time the game was in the balance at 1-0, although Malpas were already feeling unlucky after missing a handful of good opportunities. But after the break McWilliams was twice caught out as the ball struck him and ended up in the back of the net.
He said: “We had 10 or 12 chances and could have won the game. We just didn’t take them.
“We missed a penalty, hit the post, did everything except score. It was a bad day at the office.”
Tarporley Vics travelled to basement club Eagle Sports and won 4-2.