ELLESMERE Port FC will represent Chester & Wirral Football League in the final of the Wirral FA Amateur Cup after seeing off Capenhurst Villa Reserves 2-0 thanks to goals from Mikey Purnell and Ritchie Feightman.

We will have to wait until March 23 to see if it will be an all-CWFL final as this is the date set for St Saviours encounter with Heswall Reserves.

With their cup game two weeks away The Savs concentrated on the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division where they remain top after a fine 2-0 away win over Blacon Youth Reserves.

Jack Sheppard and Luke Edwards were the scorers in the game that sees them maintain a 1-point advantage over Sutton Athletic who beat Cestrian Alex 6-1.

Third-placed Shaftesbury went down 5-4 to Helsby in a thrilling game that saw them 4-4 with only two minutes to go.

Helsby went into the break 4-1 up but Shafts came out firing on all cylinders to level the game only to see Helsby score the last gasp winner. Shafts goals came via Danny Smith (2), Mike Watkins and John McGraa with the Helsby winners coming from Adam Collins (2) Lee Turkington, Luke Cawley and an own goal.

In the day's other Premier division game Christleton FC drew 1-1 with Higher Bebington Kelma. Chris Varney was the Christleton marksman.

It is still all to play for in the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship Division after the resignation of Eastham Ferry FC has seen a revamped league table once their record was expunged.

Crossway remain top despite going down 2-1 to second placed Groves Athletic who had George Handley and Gary Patchett to thank for their goals.

Helsby Reserves are third and eight points off the top with three games in hand.

They beat Hoole Rovers 5-0, with goals from Connor Lindsay, Kier Fenlon, Alfie Archer, Dom Bazley and John Brown.

Fourth-placed Princes Villa drew 0-0 with Orange Athletic while Chester Nomads III move into fifth despite going down 2-0 to Rossmore Rangers, whose scorers were Owen Rutter and Tom Fletcher.

Elton Athletic are sitting in sixth after a 3-2 win over FC Duddon thanks to goals from Jordan Egan, Dan Nixon and an own goal.

Stanley Hendy and George Gregory were the Duddon marksmen. Christleton Argyle battled back from 2-0 down to beat Hoole Rangers 3-2.

Two well-taken penalties from Joe Muir and Brandon Dickinson secured the points for the Swans, but it was a magical piece of skill from centre-half Rhys Dowinton that brought them back into the game, after he danced his way through the Hoole defence before calmly slotting his shot past the Hoole 'keeper.

Hoole almost managed to level the score in the last minutes until the Argyle keeper pulled off a stunning save that was then cleared off the line.

The vets were in action in the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division.

Upton JFC Vets moved top after beating Tarvin Athletic Vets 4-1 with goals from Neil Zarac (2), Ben Walley and Phil Cordell.

Sean O'Rourke hit the Tarvin consolation.

A Mike Ghattas goal and Derek Nurse hat-trick were enough to give Farndon Vets a 4-1 win over Hartford Vets while Paul Stubbs hit the only goal of the game for Ashton Vets in their win over Frodsham Park Vets.

Nag's Head Bunbury Vets hit Crossway Vets for six with goals from Sean Marsh, Pete Jones, Martyn Bebington, Alex Morrisroe and a Jonny Stubbs brace.

Ben Smith hit a consolation for Crossway.