MAGEE Cup first round action saw Queen's Liscard put on a royal performance to eliminate AFC Tima 5-0 due to a Ben Verdin brace allied to singles from Mark Houghton, Chris Smith and Colin Bennett doing the damage.

A goal apiece from Tony Langrell and Daren Parry were enough for Float FC to beat Wallasey Men's 2-1 to progress to the next round.

The only fixture in the Capitol Cup first round saw Nelson FC lord it over Triden.

They eased home 9-1 with Callum Morrison bagging four goals.

John Davies netted a double and Lewis James, Ben Dunn and Danny Murphy all hitting singles.

Upton FC required a 4-3 penalty shoot-out success to progress in the Wirral DFA Amateur cup after drawing 1-1 with Lancelyn Glenavon after extra-time.

JASGA PV also went through following their 3-2 victory over Bedford FC.

Stewart Speed and Daren Pritchard kept the game at 2-2 before Ben Speed rifled home the winner in the final ten minutes.

A solitary goal from Tom Bladen was not enough for Upton Town, who lost 4-1 versus Shaftesbury Youth.

Division Two action saw leaders St Andrews United beaten 4-1 by PLCCFC thanks to Matty Keogh-2, Jason Flaherty and Tom Burnett getting the goals and they are now joint second.

Two goals apiece from Andy Simpson and Joe Cooper plus a single from Alex Ramsey earned Halfway House a 5-1 verdict over North Wirral Saints.

Efforts from Martin Marshall, Keiran Hodgson and Callum Crow- der gave Eastham Rangers a 3-0 success away at Stonegate to put them in the top four.

In the Dundee Youth division Up- ton Youth moved into second place on goal difference after beating Eastham Rangers Youth 4-2 as Callum Jones claimed a double and both Dave Marrin and Callum Crosby netted singles.

Jacob Davidson and Stewart Davies fired the replies.

The only game in the Grove Youth division ended with a 5-3 victory for Glenavon Athletic.

They leapfrogged Irby Youth into third place, due to a hat-trick by Leighton Clarke and singles from Blake Rowlands and Callum France.

Hitting the responses were Paul Keenan, George Wild and Ryan Morris.

Joe Irvine bagged his usual brace of goals for Park Royal, but they lost 3-2 versus Vauxhalls Motors in the Cheshire FA Youth Cup.

Yet again certain cup games will have to be rearranged because of poor pitches.

But all teams will receive the revised fixture list.