HIGHER Bebington Kelma are through to the last eight of the CWFL League Cup after Mark Lawler (2) and Andy Blakeborough earned them a 3-2 win over Cestrian Alex (Own Goal and Adam Crimes).

They will be joined by Newton Athletic (Mark Moorefield and Danny Eaton) after their 2-1 win over Ellesmere Port, who had Chris Drew on target.

Jack Sheppard and James Atkins both scored for St Saviours who beat Upton JFC (Danny Evans) 2-1 to finish the Quarter Final line up.

Crossway are through to round two of the CWFL Roodee Creative Cayzer Shield after their 3-0 win over AFC Park North.

Will Conway and Dean Disley were on the mark for Elton Athletic as they beat Chester Nomads 2-1, Mick Smith the Nomads scorer.

Christleton Argyle and Rossmore Rangers need penalties to decide their encounter after it had finished 1-1 after extra-time.

It was Christleton who held their nerve, finishing 4-3 winners from the spot kicks.

Lew Finnion, Ryan Bazley and Kieran Butterworth were the Helsby Reserves Marksmen in their 3-0 victory over Eastham Ferry.

Princes Villa edged the win over Hoole Rangers by the odd goal in five, thanks to strikes from Mitch Glover, Lee Huish and Kyle Huish.

Over in the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division East Shaun Page scored a brace for Ashton Vets in their 2-0 win over Nags Head Bunbury Vets.

Tarvin Vets move into second place thanks to goals from Sean O'Rourke (2) and Kev Rogerson (2) to secure a 4-1 win over Hartford Vets.

In an epic encounter Crossway Vets and Upton JFC Vets rolled back the years to produce a wonderful game of football that ended 3-3. Paul Molyneux 2 and Phil Goss netted for Crossway with Phil Cordell (2) and Mike Todd replying for Upton.

It was a day of remembrance for Chester & Wirral Football League as the passing of Ian Black, an extremely popular referee and grassroots administrator, was marked with a minutes silence as a mark of respect.