A WATERLOGGED pitch forced Princes Villa to change the venue for their 4-3 victory against Saughall Colts to Seahill Road.
Despite the late switch, Villa took a 2-0 lead before half-time in the under U11s division clash.
Saughall stepped up a gear after the break but lost a third goal before Spencer Rogers pulled one back for the visitors.
Villa added their fourth and final strike before Elliot Long and Oliver Rollins got on the scoresheet for Saughall and the Chester side were unlucky not to come away with a point.
Man-of-the-match was Kim McKee.
Hope Farm lost 6-2 at home to Upton.
Patrick Prewitt- Wagner and Sam Wynn-Hughes hit the target for Hoole Hornets as they beat Westminster Park 2-1.
Waverton Wasps enjoyed an 8-0 win over clubmates Waverton Bees. Hat-tricks for Scott Evans and Matthew Harland-Jones laid the foundation for the win, with Dan Hamp and Andrew Gerrard capping a fine performance for the Wasps.
In the U12s section, Chester Nomads beat Chester Nomads Colts 4-0. Charlie Mann scored twice, and also hit the bar with a penalty, while Harry Killoran and Charlie Tice finished the game off.
Princes Villa won 7-0 at home to Waverton Bees, while Westminster Park slipped to a 5-0 defeat at home to CastrolCeltic in the U13s league.
The U13s Duke of Westminster Cup saw Saughall Colts beaten 4-2 by visitors Princes Villa. Villa took the lead but Saughall equalised through Sam Davies. After falling behind again after the break, Saughall levelled once more through Davies, but Villa took things up a gear to win. MoM was Liam Cross.
Upton recorded a 2-1 win over Malpas with two late goals from Tom Chaloner and Danny Evans. MoM was Upton keeper Matthew Ormandy.