CHRISTLETON thoroughly deserved their second South Lancs/Cheshre Four win of the season.
With their forwards securing plenty of possession and Dave Cousins awesome in the line outs , scrum-half John Davies went over for the first score after wrong-footing the defence.
Taylor then touched down after a 10-yard driving maul.
A long range penalty slotted by Taylor ended the half.
After the break Frenchman Laurent Mattalia crashed through the Helsby defence to cross near the corner, then with just minutes left John Davies set uphalf-back Matt Alwin to score.
Christleton captain John Porter said: 'It's been a long time waiting for another league win - I almost forgot what it feels like to be on the winning side.'
Christleton hope to carry their newfound confidence into tomorrow's home clash against West Park Warriors. nMiddlesbrough completed a North One double over Chester on Saturday as Steve Dorrington's men slipped to their second successive loss.
Despite tries from Steve Burke, Nathan Sandland-Jones and Gareth Noon for the visitors, Boro ran in four scores to tie up a 30-21 win.
Chester entertain Hull tomorrow.