TOP-FLIGHT teams held the upper hand in the second round of the George Williamson Memorial Jubilee Challenge Cup.
The Ellesmere Port Sunday League competition saw a number of Shell Premier Division teams tested by Division One opposition, but none of the minnows won through.
Westminster edged past Travellers Rest 3-2 as Ben Powell, Luke Hunt and Stewart Carroll scored to wipe out Danny Lynch’s double for Rest.
Grace Reserves’ Scott Marley bagged a brace and benefited from an own goal as they beat Cheshire Yeoman 3-1 (Ricky Bill).
Hope Farm Rangers fell 3-2 at home to Grace, Matt Owen and Lee Hearn’s strikes cancelled out by Steve Armitage (2) and one from Lee Beckett.
Cat won an epic nine-goal encounter at Marquis 5-4 with goals from Lee McTigue (2), Mike Simmons (2) and Sam Davin, Tony and Jamie Livens each scoring twice in for the hosts.
Westminster Reserves suffered a 4-2 defeat at home to Bull Groves.
Sean Johnson and Kevin Moran scored but they were eclipsed by goals from Bull’s Cameron Forster (2), Tony Ashton and Sam McLeod.
Wing Half slipped up against visiting Gleve Motors 4-1. A hat-trick from Mark Roberts and one from Mark Evans gave Gleve victory.
Woodlands left Knot undone with a 9-0 win, with goals from Ryan Nicholl, Danny Riley, Mark Draper, Mo Doyle and Rob Stockton.