CUP favourites Kent FC secured their passage into the Wirral Sunday League's Pyke Sunday cup semi-finals after they pulled the mat from under Champions Bar.
Two-goal Callum Allcock was the main man for the Jericho Lane outfit, who also had Steve English and Danny Morley on target, in Sunday’s 4-2 success.
Jamie Rainford and Jamie Payne netted Champs' consolations.
Shore Villa also progressed after big Mike Walker claimed both goals in the 2-0 win against Lever Bushell Ath.
The result of the round belonged to Division Two side, Port Sunlight, who turned a 1-0 deficit against Division One promotion candidates, Higher Bebington RBL, into a 2-1 win.
Aaron Doyle put the Legion in front before the visitors won through Andy Grimes and Gary Richards.
Bebington’s name also went into the hat, as a result of their 7-1 blitz of a shell shocked Wirral Ath, who were on the receiving end for the second week running.
Substitute Kevin Mearns and Chris Ballard scored two apiece, while further efforts from Carl Smith, Stuart Keating and Adam Kearney completed the statistics.
Reece Mearns replied for Wirral.
In the Premier Division's Premier Cup round robin, there was no stopping ace marksman Richie Foulkes, who plundered all four goals as Neston Nomads savoured a 4-0 victory at Riverside.
Wallasey Town Ath's 4-2 triumph over MSC Eastham in Division One, was confirmed.
In the race for the Division Two title, second-placed Gladstone Ath. cranked up the pressure on current leaders Greave, when a Grant Fowler penalty and an effort from long term injury victim, Jordan Standing, sealed a hard fought 2-0 win at the improving Star Ozzys.
Elsewhere Bromborough and Halfway House settled for a share of the spoils, after an excellent contest produced a 2-2 result.
Man of the match, Andy Simpson scored both goals for Halfway.