QUEENS Park marched into the third round of the Football Association National Sunday Cup with a resounding 7-0 win over Oakenshaw with Ben Holmes leading the way notching a hat-trick and singles from Danny Brookes, Danni Kelly, Stuart Jackson and Adam Smith,

Premier Division Dock AFC sunk First Division Bushell Athletic 4-0 in an all-Birkenhead clash in the third round of the Cheshire County football Association Sunday Challenge Cup after a comfortable 4-0 win, thanks to strikes from Ryan Smith with a double and further strikes Danny Dixon and Danny Forbes.

Premier Division leaders Heygarth FC (Ki Hughes, Eamon Buhalfaia) had a narrow win over Division One basement club 2-1 FC Vineyard and move into the fourth Round.

A superb Lewis Clarke 25-yard free kick was enough to seal a place in the Tony Houlihan League Memorial Challenge Cup fourth round after defeating close division one rivals Lancelyn Glenavon 1-0 .

The only game that took place in the Premier Division saw the points shared in a fine 4-4 draw between FC Bidston (Vinny O'Toole 2, Matty Maguire 2) and Great Float Sports & Social.

One match also took place in Division One and again there was a share of the spoils between Ellesmere Port Athletic (Paul Parsonage, Chris Georgeson) and Telegraph (Jamie Little, OG) 2-2.

Stirrup Sports & Social (Paul Devey and Billy Newman) had a small dent in their quest for promotion from division two with a 2-2 draw with Wirral FC (Ash McCoy and Aaron Griffiths).

Upton Town (Joe Pugh (2) Alex Pitt) traded goals with Oval FC (J Skipsey 2, A. Searson) 3-3 while Franklyn FC (Tom Sinkinson, Jack Radcliffe and Ross Waring) emerged with maximum points at CAD Athletic (Josh Hatton and Karl Evans) 3-2.

Match of the day in division three saw Liam Headford and a double from Kieran Doherty for Barcode FC leapfrog Rangers Breaks winning 3-0.

Woodchurch Rovers took all three points to keep in touch with at the top three recording a fine 3-0 success at AFC Tima, thanks to Tom Briggs, Callum Whitby and a 30-yard spectacular from Graeme Reid, Division leaders Paolo's FC failed to deliver with a 0-0 draw at FC Tranmere.