NESTON Nomads secured their place in the third round of the David Keith Tacy Cup after a fine 5-0 rout at the expense of AFC Shaftes.

Finding the net for Neston were Jack Lloyd, Rob Marrs, Alex Fewtrell, Lewis Clarke and Jamie Gardiner.

A solitary goal from Morgan Woods for Beechwood FC, who are top of Division Two in The Houlihan's Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League, was enough to defeat Division One second placed Bushell Athletic 1-0.

Also into the draw for the third Round is Corsair FC (Brad Greer, Steve Ryan, Ian Duckworth) inflicting a 3-1 defeat on Rangers Breaks (Derek Ward).

There were no shock results in matches between Lancelyn Glenavon (Gino King, Ben Glover 2), who progressed with a 3-1 result over Woodchurch Rovers (Danny Chamney) and New Ferry Rangers (Mike Jones, Mike Jeffs, Jerry Canady, Scott Connolly 2) who eased through with a 5-2 win at MSC Eastham (Harry Brassey, Neil O'Toole).

Lions FC had to go to extra-time to claim their place in the hat with a narrow 3-2 scoreline hitting the all important goals for Lions were Matt Williams, Sam Langan and Terry Ainsworth.

Match of the day in the Premier Division saw two of the league's giants face each other at Rivacre Road with Queens Park running out a 3-2 victory with arch rivals Dock AFC (Dave Forbes, Ollie Nugent).

Queens are now in second place, only by a slightly inferior goal to Heygarth FC.

Dock now have it all to do to retain their crown, Tom Mitchell, Ben Holmes and a Paul Byrne own goal registering the efforts for Queens Park.

Shaftesbury Youth registered a superb 4-2 result at FC Vineyard (Tom Breslin, David Walmsley) thanks to Ant Povall with a brace supplemented by further strikes from Ben Malone and Tyler Smith in action from Division One.

The only match in Division Two saw South Rangers Athletic, who have a few games in hand, earn a brilliant three points over promotion hopefuls Stirrup Sports & Social (John Duddy) to put themselves in the hunt for promotion thanks to Ben Ryan and Bedel Zan-bi after a 2-1 win.

Rock Ferry Social kept up their improved form registering a 1-0 result at Birch Tree in the Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League Invitation Trophy Group B tie with Joel Hughes notching the all important goal.

Saughall (Owen Kelsey (2), Craig Spence, Shaun Ronald) hit Telegraph for four without reply in a Group A match.

Tom Williams and Phil Palethorpe notched a goal apiece in their opening game against Upton Town in The Joey Griffiths Invitation Cup Group A.

FC Tranmere shared the points with AFC Tima (Phil Bibby) in a Group B game.