THEY were queuing up to put their names on the scoresheet when Bull Wanderers hammered visitors Rivacre.
The George Williamson Memorial Challenge Cup first round match finished 11-2 to Bull, with Tony Beward (3), Ian Forster (3), Mikey Smith (2), Luke Hunt, Mark Hayward and Scott Riach all getting in some shooting practice. Paul Murray and Charlie Jones bagged the replies.
Kingkabs also handed out a lesson at home, charging into Old Wirral Hundred 7-1. James Jones netted a brace while Scott McAllister, Billy Thompson, Chris Dargon and Gary Lunt put the game beyond doubt. Old Wirral Hundred also handed their hosts an own goal.
Chris Pitt made the difference when Westminster Reserves visited White Swan, winning it 1-0 for Westminster.
Wolverham went down 4-2 at home to FC Sportsman’s.
Mike Murray slotted in from the spot and Matt Kavanagh got the other, while Eric Fogg got a brace and both Mike and Simon Thelwell fired home for Sportsman’s.
Westminster looked comfortable at home to Sea Horse, with Scott Robinson (2), Jonathan Edge, Stewart Carroll and Carl Ngiam making it 5-1. Andy Foster scored in return.
Things were closer for Travellers Rest as they welcomed Sutton Villa. The home side edged it 3-2 with Dom Prendergast, Phil Evans and Rob Stockton getting shots past the keeper. Rob Jones and Lee McHugh were unable to make enough of a difference for Villa.
The Bull went down 3-1 at home to W&T Glazing courtesy of a Chris Gear brace and John Davies. Colin Griffiths got one for The Bull. Meanwhile, Hugo Travel Marquis won 1-0 at home to LPSC thanks to Alan Locke.
In the Shell Premier Division, James Watson and Rob Davies netted a brace to see off visitors SC Ellesmere 4-1. Steve Colclough was on target for Ellesmere.
In Division One, Hope Farm Rangers fared worse at home, losing 2-1 to Woodlands. Adam McNeil scored for the home side.
Wolverham Reserves, however, handed out a proper tonking to Sir Robert, with a Chaney Lloyd hat-trick, a Jake Lloyd brace and one from Gary Lightfoot making it 6-0 to the hosts.