Heavy rainfall again affected fixtures but seven did take place with four being in the Dutchman Cup 1st round and saw two games decided by penalty shoot-outs, writes Tom Potter.

Wallasey Wanderers caused the upset of the day, beating Rockpoint FC 3-2 on penalties after they had drawn 2-2 in normal time. Kia Jones was a two-goal marksman for Wanderers with Josh Hatton and Ben Ryan scoring for Rockpoint in an end-to-end battle.

Also through via penalties are Trident, who drew 2-2 with Delta Colts Parkfield thanks to efforts from Scott David and Mike Davies, with replies coming from Mike McCann and Anthony Phillips, but won the shoot-out 3-2.

Eastham Rangers Colts eased home 4-0 versus Upton Youth due to singles from Ben Jones, Callum Shimmin, Tom Jones and Jack Greenleas. North Wirral Saints beat Park Royal 2-0.

The only Magee Cup 1st round fixture saw Poulton Vics edge out PLCCFC 2-0 - Ben Winstanley and Brian Greenwood on target.

Vineyard maintained second place in the Moreton Alarms Supplies Second division following their hard fought 1-0 victory over Barnston PV thanks to a first half effort by Kyle Sloan on a difficult surface.

West Kirby United stormed into the last four of the Cheshire CFA Youth Cup when bagging nine goals in their 9-4 success over Woodford FC. Main marksman was Josh Duncan with a hat-trick followed by doubles from Adam Pettitt and Chris Hynes and both Josh Sutton and Tom Lakelin added singles in a strong team performance.