SHAFTESBURY Youth lead the Chester & Wirral Football League's Queensferry Sports Premier Division after a 5-2 win over Sutton Athletic.

Danny Whitehead lead the scoring for the Shafts, with three followed by Ryan Griffiths and Jimmy Gomez.

Mark Lawler scored an 80th minute winner for Higher Bebington Kelma in their 3-2 win over Cestrian Alex.

Ben Callister and Ben Robinson added the other goals.

Ed Behan scored his first goal for Upton JFC as they beat Christleton FC 5-1 with other goals courtesy of Danny Evans (2), Tom Berry and Matty Wood.

Lewis Stevenson was back from injury for Eastham Ferry and he popped up to score a goal in a 2-1 win over Princes Villa in the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship Division.

James Thomas added a second.

Leaders Crossway lost their unbeaten record at the hands of Elton Athletic who took all three points thanks to ex-Crossway player Tom Barbet, who scored the only goal of the game.

Helsby Reserves move into second place, level on points with Crossway, after their 10-1 win over AFC Park North.

Kieran Butterworth lead the scoring with three followed by Dom Bazley (2), Ryan Bazley (2), Lew Fenlon (2) and Danny Kenny.

FC Duddon beat Hoole Rangers 4-2 with goals from Harry Huxtable, Robbie Plank, Alex Carroll and Will Furnedge while Hoole Rovers and Groves Athletic shared the points in their encounter that ended 2-2.

Ryan Bailey and Gary Handley were the scorers for Groves.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division East Tarvin Athletic Vets stay top with a 3-1 win over Dee Rangers Vets with goals from a Sean O'Rourke brace and Conner McMullan.

Carl Fowlie replied for Dee.

Terry Yoxhall, Derek Nurse and Steve Thomas were all on the mark for Farndon Vets in their 3-2 win over Crossway Vets, who had Bal Darnoi and Steve Gore on the scoresheet.

Nags Head Bunbury appear to have over come their jittery start to the season after recording back to back victories over Dee Rangers and now Frodsham Park Vets.

Jonny Stubbs and Martin Bebington were their scorers over Frodsham, giving them a 2-0 win. Tom Harrison and Stuart Mackie were on target for Ashton Vets in their 2-0 win over Hartford Vets.