BEECHWOOD now boast the only remaining unbeaten record in Warrington & District League Division Two.
Their match with Croft was a sizzler, Beechwood securing a 4-3 success.
But the Runcornians certainly don't seem able to do things the easy way.
They dominated the first half and took an early lead through Keith Danson, only to be pegged back by a Croft penalty. Despite this, Beechwood hit back immediately with a tap-in from Paul Gleave after a goalkeeping error.
Beechwood went into half-time 2-1 up but Croft had their keeper to thank for the scoreline being so low.
The Runcornians stuttered upon the restart and Croft equalised with a stunning 30-yard free-kick.
They then took the lead after an own goal by Beechwood's Richie Burnell.
Beechwood rallied and, with 10 minutes left, changed formation.
This paid dividends as they levelled late through Ian Walsh.
And with only minutes left, veteran Jimmy Davies was the first to react and produced a fine cross for Walsh to grab the winner.
Elsewhere, Parklands were swept aside as Warrington Borough - Warrington Town's second-string side - claimed the remaining place in the Guardian Cup's last 16.
The Warrington & District Division Two visitors from Widnes were comfortably beaten 3-0 in a replay at Loushers Lane on Saturday.
Mid-Cheshire League side Borough will now face Warrington Division One side Downall Green United, who are still unbeaten on November 29
In Warrington's Frontrunner Premier Division, Haydock and Halebank served up a sterile 1-1 draw, neither side looking capable of winning.
But leaders St Michael's, like Halebank Widnes-based, continued their impressive start by crushing Fearnhead Albion 5-0.
The result leaves Saints seven points clear and dashed Albion's remaining championship ambitions.
In Division One, Rainhill Town couldn't beat Downall Green, having to settle for a share of the points in a tense 1-1 struggle.
Moorfield again showed their appetite for goals, with a four-goal mauling of disappointing Blackbrook.
The Widnes side's recent form has propelled them up the table as the division's deadliest finishers.
Strugglers Avon Athletic earned maximum points for the first time this season as surprise 3-1 winners at Vulcan.