ANOTHER week and yet another leader in the Chester & Wirral Football League's Queensferry Sports Premier Division.

With Shaftesbury Youth inactive after their game at Helsby was called off due to a waterlogged pitch it fell to St Saviours to take the reigns and force their way to the top.

With goals from Adam Storton (4), Jack Sheppard and Jamie Rice they breezed past Blacon Youth Reserves 6-2.

Sutton Athletic leap frog Upton JFC after beating them 5-1 - thanks to strikes from Peter Barnett, Daniel Woodcock (2), Tom McGill and Matty Hall.

Ben Keirman and Adam Nevin hit home for Higher Bebington Kelma, but were on the wrong end of a 4-2 scoreline with Christleton FC.

Ritchie Feightman scored a consolation for Ellesmere Port FC as they went down 3-1 to Cestrian Alex.

In the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship, Crossway got back to winning ways after last week's blip and were in seventh Heaven after beating Eastham Ferry 7-2, thanks to goals from Matty Leedham, Nath Moffatt, Bryan Mills, Nath Jones, Greg Campbell, Danny Rivett and Paul Seddon.

Princes Villa move into third after a 5-1 win over Hoole Rangers.

Princes scorers were Steve Morgan (2), Steve Chambers, Steve Lewin and Joe Douthwaite.

Groves Athletic are now unbeaten in six games after their 4-1 win over Christleton Argyle thanks to goals from Jack Sailes, Joe Fitzgerald, and a George Pratchett brace.

Orange Athletic move into seventh after a 6-2 win over Rossmore Rangers with goals coming from Jack McGrogan, Iain Thomas, Will Magee, Niall Teasdale and Elliot Wright (2).

Ellesmere Port Town Vets pulled off a stunning result in the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division West beating Nest Nomads Vets 4-1, with strikes by Stuart Schuber, Nick Van Mert and Lennox Beddows with two.

Chris Larsen (2), Lee Bennion (2), Josh Jones and Neil Birch all netted for Blacon Youth Vets in their 6-0 win over FC Vaults and Higher Bebington Kelma Vets drew 2-2 with Capenhurst Villa Vets.