HELSBY FC are the toast of Chester & Wirral Football League after booking a place in the final of the prestigious Cheshire FA Amateur Cup.

The CWFL Premier Division side were drawn against Step 7 opposition in the form Ellesmere Port Town and put in a performance that gave them a memorable 2-1 win thanks to goals from Reece Dwyer and Adam Collins.

The rejuvenated Green Army will now meet Blacon Youth FC, a former CWFL team, who now play in the Cheshire League.

The date and venue of the final are yet to be confirmed and details will follow.

In the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division Sutton Athletic move joint top after their derby day 2-1 win over Ellesmere Port.

Callum Doyle started the scoring for Sutton with a 30-yard screamer before Joel Whalley equalised for the Port.

Tom McGill popped up with the winner, lobbing the keeper, to keep Suttons title hopes on track.

Danny Whitehead (2) and John McGraa were the marksmen for Shaftesbury Youth as they beat Blacon Youth Reserves 3-0.

Only two points now separate the top four teams with Helsby back in sixth place but with five games in hand.

At the other end of the table Cestrian Alex earned a valuable point in their relegation battle as they drew 4-4 with Higher Bebington Kelma, Adie Gough, Adam Crimes (2) and an own goal the scorers.

In the only game of the day in the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division East Crossway Vets drew with Dee Rangers Vets 5-5.

Phil Goss (2), Phil Hill (2) and Danny Brown were the Crossway scorers.

In the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship Division Crossway extended their lead at the top after Eastham Ferry failed to raise a side.

Elton Athletic leapfrog Rossmore Rangers into sixth place after beating them 3-1 with goals coming from Dean Disley, Mark Richards and Adam Hall.

John Brittain replied for Rossmore.

Matt Drury hit a consolation for Orange Athletic as they went down 3-1 to Hoole Rovers and FC Duddon beat AFC Park North 14-1.

Will Furnedge, George Gregory and Tom Cuthbert all hit hattricks for Duddon with other goals coming from Harry Huxtable (2), Dan Evans (2) and Tom Axon.