Strikes from Peter Charles, Connor Doyle, and a treble from Mike Williams ensured a passage to the last eight of the Cheshire County Football Association Sunday Challenge Cup for Rock Ferry Social.
Rock Ferry triumphed 6-2 over Premier Division rivals Woodchurch Hotel who replied through a Danny McLaughlin double.
Higher Bebington Kelma despatched Upton United 9-0 in the David Keith Tacy Memorial Cup to gain a place in round three. Corey Wilson led the way, bagging a four-timer with a brace from Tom Weaver, supported by singles from Joe Batty, Shea Edge, and Dylan Owe.
There were goals galore with an eleven-goal thriller in a round three tie as West Kirby United hosted Eagle Stirrup FC. Eagle Stirrup ran out 6-5 winners thanks to marksmen Nathan Fehily (2), Jason Farrell (2), Ciaran Atkinson, and Louis Brown. Netting for West Kirby were Matt Underwood, Robbie Nairn, and a hat-trick from Matty Murphy.
A Peter Morgan strike was the difference between Great Float S&S and Neston Nomads, with Great Float extending their lead at the top of the Premier Division with a 1-0 result.
Queens Park had to share the points with Cheshire Cheese in a keenly contested 2-2 draw. Liam Owen and Harvey Sample were on the scoresheet for Queens Park while Kieran Frost and Cam Nuttall replied for the smiling Cheese boys.
There was just one game the Maxwell’s Barber Division One that beat the frost and unsafe pitches. Rig Move claimed second spot after a comfortable 7-1 romp over Prenton FC. Shaun Weaver bagged a pair with singles from Daniel Woodcock, Harley Morris, Andy Henry, Tom Challinor, and an og registering.