UPTON Panthers grabbed a 4-3 victory over Vicars Cross Dynamoes in the Soccer Funweeks Under 8s. Connor Beesley got a Panthers hat trick with Lewis Sconce also netting. MoM was James Carroll.
Elton Youth smashed into Waverton Hornets as they won 9-0 at home. James Harker (2) got MoM.
Castrol Athletic lost 3-1 at home to Westminster Park Lions through a Saul Foye Burns brace and a single strike from Mohammed Saleh. MoM was Joseph Mulholland.
Saughall Colts also suffered a 3-1 home defeat to Upton Pumas. James Winskill scored for Colts with Jack Williams as their MoM. Pumas scorers were Jack Rowlands, Matthew Hewitt and Liam Williams, with Adam Meadows getting MoM.
Despite goals from Jade McHugh (MoM), Letitia O'Sullivan and Peter Gilmartin, Lache Park could not match visitors Blacon Youth Tigers, losing 7-3. Jack Davies got four for Blacon and MoM was Thomas Heenan.
Upton Jaguars fared better at home winning 5-0 against Westminster Park Tigers. George Mallinson (MoM) and Michael Pembleton got two and Jessica Middleton also struck.
George Dobson's hat trick earned him man-of-the-match as Tattenhall secured their first ever win in the U9 Shield.
The 6-1 away win came against Waverton Hornets, who chose Ellis Brackenbury as their MoM.
Westminster Park Lions also lost at home 4-2 to Castrol Athletic despite strikes from William Carter and Bradley Whales. Matthew Povey was MoM.
Waverton Bees took a 5-1 win against visitors Upton Jaguars, whose MoM was Brannan Hibbert.
Blacon Youth also scored five as they won 5-3 against Hoole Hornets. Sonny Dawson (MoM) bagged four and Ryan McKay got a fifth.
Another five came in the U9 Cup as Boughton travelled to Saughall Colts. Ben Middleton got MoM as the visitors won 5-0.
Malpas & District lost 6-1 at home to Chester Nomads. Malpas scorer was Patrick Horricks and Harry Dulson got MoM. Nomads scorers were Jack Lawrence (2), Marco Apollonio (2), Harvey France and Jack Chambers (MoM).
Upton Pumas took a heavy home defeat, going down 9-0 to Christleton Newscene. Isaac Robinson, Luke Chard (2), Harry Warr (2), Robbie Ashton (2), Alex Jones and Jacob Evans all netted for the visitors.