DOCK AFC are the only survivors in the Cheshire County Football Association Sunday Cup with a superb 5-0 rout away to Cheadle Town Under 21s in the fourth round, thanks to a brace each from Dave Forbes and Paul Byrne leading the way with Dean Nunn also on the scoresheet and claim their place in the semi finals.

Queens Park drew 1-1 with Spital Vaults only to lose out 5-4 on penalties while Heygarth dipped out with a 5-0 reversal to Westminister.

 A Liam Jameson strike was enough for Telegraph to make progress in the David Tacy cup round 1 at the expense of Upton Town.

In a round two tie Wirral FC (Matt Lydiate, Aaron Griffiths, Kieran Nye, Tom Williams) hit four without reply at FC Tranmere.

Ellesmere Port Athletic secured their place in the semi finals of the Presidents Cup after extra-time 2-1 with the winner being scored by Chris Georgeson. Also on the mark were Matty Fowler and Lion's FC scorer was Matty Kerr.

A fine hat-trick from Adam Hughes with a double from Adam Lea and a Steve Corris single earned a tremendous win for Rock Ferry Social to move away from the basement of the Premier Division with a resounding 6-2 success against FC Bidston.

Great Float S&S also claimed maximum points with a comfortable 5-2 win over Birch Tree FC (Kieran Hamm and Stewy Hardman).

Match of the day in Division One saw Leaders Lancelyn Glenavon (Ian Bennett, Ben Glover) maintain their one hundred per cent league record to record narrow 2-1 result over second placed Bushell Athletic (Jamie Parker).

A four-goal haul from Anthony Povall for Shaftesbury Youth earned maximum points with a superb 4-0 win over New Ferry Rangers.

Third-placed Neston Nomads (Callum Blondel pen, Lewis Clark, Rob Marrs, Jack Lloyd) beat AFC Shaftes by the same 4-0 score with AFC Shaftes unlucky not to score.

Division Two leaders Beechwood FC registered a 4-1 win thanks to single strikes from Mike Purnell, Adam Ledgerton, Scott Billington and Morgan Woods over Franklyn FC (Ross Waring).

Stirrup S&S (Billy Newman 2, Ryan Woods, Chris Griffiths), who have not given up on promotion, also notched a 4-1 scoreline against Oval FC (john Skipsy).

South Rangers Athletic (Ben Ryan 2, Mike Parsons) won, by the odd goal in five, 3-2 in a mid-table clash with CAD Athletic (Josh Hatton, Tommy Atherton).

It's a close encounter for silverware at the top of Division Three as Paolos FC (Paul Johnstone 3, Jake McNamara, Leon Bower) continue to deliver after eclipsing Victoria Colts 5-1.

Barcode FC (Luke Male, Andy McKiver) accounted for AFC Tima 2-0 to stay in the hunt for a promotion place.