DUE to the bad weather only seven games were played on Saturday.

The sole game played in the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division saw Upton JFC beat Helsby FC Reserves 4-2 and climb to sixth position in the Premier Division.

It certainly rained goals at Kings School Chester, where Hoole Rovers and Upton JFC Youth provided a 13-goal feast in the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship.

AFC Park North and Rossmore Rangers shared the points in a very lively 1-1 game. Orange Athletic Chester drew 2-2 with Hoole Rangers.

Experience shone through at Memorial Park where Shaftesbury YC FC Reserves beat Chester Nomads FC IIIs 3-0.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division Two and the four teams scored a total of 13 goals.

Great co-operation from Frodsham Park JFC Vets allowed their home fixture to be reversed to Hartford FC Vets 3G pitch. Hartford FC Vets beat Frodsham Park JFC Vets 5-2.

Dee Rangers FC Vets lost 4-2 against Ashton FC Vets.

The CWFL Link Up Midweek Flexi League continues to deliver exciting games with plenty of goals.

Saughall Colts JFC Vets made their debut at Blacon High School 3G Monday Night Link Up Flexi League but unfortunately suffered a 9-0. Newton Athletic beat Ellesmere Port Villa 4-1.

At Elllesmere Port Sports Village Monday Link Up Flexi League PSV Athletic had 2-1 victory over a Whitby XI.

A double strike from Neal Thomas helped AC Hoylake defeat Tipographic 2-1 in the Woodchurch Link Up Flexi League.