DESPITE netting four goals Halfway House were rolled over in a ten-goal thriller in the Second division that ended in a 6-4 victory for Vineyard.

Mike Rooney (2), John O'Loughlan (2), Steve Mole and Reece Calfrat scored, with Joe Skinner (2), Kal Herbert and Joe Cooper bagging the responses.

Moving into top spot are Trident following their 3-1 away win over Eastham Rangers Colts (Tayler Jones) due to a goal apiece from Matty Madden, Aaron Kearns and Jack Madden.

Claiming their first points of the season were Eastham Rangers as they beat North Wirral Saints 5-2 - thanks to an own goal, a double from Jordan Crowder and singles from Ryan Hodgson and Will Ashley - to lift them off the bottom rung.

Dundee Youth division action saw Groves FC move into top spot on goal difference after beating a below strength New Ferry Rangers 6-0 due to Joe Holmes netting a treble, Liam Sparks a double and Joe Whittle added a single in a fine team effort.

Keeping pace are Park Royal as they edged out Wallasey Wanderers 3-2 with goals from Cameron Renner (2) and Jack Cureton with Jozef Parry and Ollie Lowe claiming the replies.

Eastham Rangers Jets flew to their first victory of the campaign when overcoming deposed leaders Glenavon Athletic 4-3, as an own goal allied to a double from Jordan Lee Major and a single from Elliott Hughes took the spoils.

In an even-flowing fixture Alex Lamb, Callum France and Leyton Clarke scored for Athletic.

In the Grove Youth division Delta Colts Parkfield bowled over AC Hoylake as they recorded a 10-2 success thanks to a Frank Ward hat-trick, doubles from Joe Robinson and Will Gryber, plus singles from Ethan Moreton, Jack Devlin and Lewis Ward in a dominant team performance.

A goal apiece from Josh McKinney and Josh Jacob were enough for Higher Beb JFC to defeat Young Lions 2-1, who had Liam Atherton as their lone scorer.

JASGA PV retained their unbeaten tag in the First Division when beating PLCCFC 3-1 in a very hard-fought encounter to stay joint top.

JASGA took a 2-0 lead through Adam Walker and Daren Pritchard before Jason Flaherty reduced the arrears, but a penalty save prevented the scores from being levelled before a late third from Dean Tregonin sealed the points.

Poulton Vics bagged double figures against Queens Liscard when easing home 10-1 as Jordan Winstanley, Sean Gandy and Jack Ledsham all netted a brace each and Ben Winstanley, Dan Banicale, Tom Quest and Andy Beaver completed the scoring with singles to keep them third.

A solitary headed goal by Jack Kemp enabled St Andrews United to claim the points versus Liver View in a slender 1-0 victory.

Groves Rovers received a walk-over against High Lane who could not field a team in the Cheshire CFA Youth Cup.