DIVISION One outfit Heswall spearheaded a four-club West Cheshire League assault on the Cheshire County FA Amateur Cup third round and secured their passage after a smart double from Adam Walker allied to a Paul Lindfield strike anchored the Gayton Park club to a deserved 3-0 eclipse of Stockport Georgians.

Vauxhall Motors Reserves were also in cruise control, and posted a 3-0 result over Halfway Athletic, courtesy of efforts from Jay Harvey (2) and Tom Davies.

It was celebration time also for Chester side, Upton AA, who prgressed after they overcame Knutsford 4-2, with goals from Joe Ormrod, Will Kent, Alex Hale and Will Conway.

The quartet was completed by Ellesmere Port Town, who scored through Ryan Nicoll (3) and Matty Scott in a 4-4 stalemate with Altrincham Hale before going on to win 3-0 on penalties.

Division Two promotion contenders Mersey Royal lowered the flag of Division One counterparts, Ashville, in the Wirral & District FA Senior Cup second round and earned their place in the semi-finals after two-goal Liam Driscoll left his calling card in a 2-0 triumph.

In an-all Chester & District Seniior Cup first round clash, Chester Nomads had Ed Moss on target in a game which finished 1-1 with former West Cheshire side Blacon YC.

It was Nomads who received the nod after they won the shoot-out 4-2.

It was a good day also for Liverpool based West Cheshire clubs competing in the LCFA Junior Cup third round.

South Liverpool Reserves eliminated Old Cathinians 5-0 while Bootle St Edmunds won by the same margin against Eagle Sports.

Likewise, Aintree Villa Reserves accounted for Collegiate Old Boys 3-1 and Mossley Hill repeated the feat at FC Sale.

Saturday's Division One action saw a rampant Marshalls, with goals from Eddie Hawthorne (2), Owen Hough (2), Luke Pearce and Shaun Smith blitz basement side Neston Nomads 6-0, but despite a goal from Elliot Fagan, Rainhill Town went down 2-1 to replies from Capenhurst Villa's Ellis Williams and Danny Page.

Division Two leaders Prescot Cables Res safeguarded their unbeaten record, but had to come from 3-1 down to salvage a point at Mallaby.

Darryl Loughran, Anthony Jacobs and Sharif Mansury netted for the hosts with Brad Parry (2) and Josh Perry in reply for Prescot.

Poulton Vics climbed to third place in the race for the Division Three title and again kept a clean sheet. Stewy Jackson (2), Danny McGill, Jack Ireland, Jamie Smith, Lathan Forrester and Leighton Clarke obliged in the 7-0 rout of Pensby FC.

Second placed Marine Res, with goals from Alex Northover and Ben Short, eroded Bootle St Edmunds' lead at the top to three points after they beat Marshalls Res 2-0, but efforts from Dave Mithchell and Boden Hooking failed to prevent Chester Nomads capitulating 3-2 to Willaston, who sealed the issue with goals from Lewis Carter (2) and Connor Hughes.