DIVISION One side Corsair of The Houlihan’s Birkenhead Sunday Association Football League were giant killers in The Wirral Sunday Amateur Cup after beating fellow Premier League side Birch Tree FC 3-0, thanks to an own goal with further strikes from Alan Bull and Sam Saunders.

Glenavon Athletic defeated AFC Tima (Alan Merrin, Victor Oyesola) by the odd goal in five, 3-2 in the Wirral District Sunday Junior Cup, while Wellington FC dipped out to Wallasey side Vineyard FC

Domestic cup action saw the start of The Tony Houlihan League Memorial Challenge Cup.

A solitary goal from Liam Whelan for Woodchurch Rovers saw off the Challenge of FC Tranmere 1-0.

Eastham Rangers Jets went goal crazy with an emphatic 8-1 win over Oval FC (S Uytendhal).

Division One high flyers Beechwood FC ran out 2-1 victors at unbeaten Fourth Division new club Neston United (Liam Jeacock) thanks to Sam Collingwood and Mitchell Duggan finding the net.

It took a penalty shootout (4-2 pens) for Eagle & Stirrup (Kieran Cartwright 2, Stuart Davies) to claim their place in the second round at the expense of Barcodes FC (Mark Houghton, Kynan Mason 2) after the regulation time finished all square at 3-3.

AFC Shaftes (R Kassim (2), M Young, L Trodden) finally secured a first win of the season 4-2 over Silva Athletic and put their name in the hat for the next round,

Dock AFC go eight points clear at the helm in The Premier Division after sinking Great Float Sports & Social 4-2 with Kieran Hamm netting a fine double supported by a efforts from Mark Head and Jay Clare.

A Carl Lamb strike was enough to keep Heygarth FC in the hunt after inflicting a 1-0 reversal on FC Bidston.

A Leon Jones hatrick for Bushell Grange Athletic supplemented by a Leon Bower strike won the mid table clash with Rock Ferry Social 4-1

Game of the day in Division One saw Rivacre FC (Alex Wilson 2, Joe Foster, Jay Harvey,) register a superb 4-3 win over Neston Nomads (Rob Marrs, Paul Ellison, Luke Blondel), Ellesmere Port Athletic (Chris Georgeson 2) accounted for Shaftesbury Youth 2-0.