It was another busy week in the CWFL with our Midweek Divisions kicking off at Moss Farm, Vauxhalls CM and Vauxhalls W.

At the CWFL Link Up Flexi Division Moss Farm Weaverdale FC got their season off to a winning start by beating AFC Broadhurst 2-1 with goals coming from Steven Norcross and Anthony Lewis.

Justin Hatton replied for Broadhurst. In the night's other game, Tom Lamb scored the only goal of the game for Lodge FC as they beat newcomers AFC Kingsmead 1-0.

In the CWFL Link Up Flexi Division Vauxhalls CM Barnston FC beat Southcroft Rangers FC 3-0 with goals from Ben Dodd and a Stephen Gill brace.

In game two, Ship Argyle FC beat FC UBER 4-3 thanks to a George Patchett hattrick and a solo effort from Ryan Bailey. Niall Peaker, Graham Dodd and Tom Berry replied for UBER.

In CWFL Link Up Flexi Division Vauxhalls W Halton Borough Town FC got off to a flyer with a 4-0 win over Olympic FC. Keelan Densmore lead the scoring with two followed by Wade Muscart and Eden Gumbs.

In the last game of the night old foes AC Hoylake FC and Tipografic FC Faced off with Hoylake coming away 6-3 winners with goals from Neal Thomas (4), Terry Orange and Loui Fox. Alan Craze and Jay Lavery (2) replied for Tipografic.

St Saviours are the early leaders of the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division after their 2-1 home win over Shaftesbury Youth. James Atkins and Luke Edwards were the Saviours scorers.

Vinnie O'Toole, Jamie Mearns and Paul Wallace were all on target for second placed Unitor as they beat Higher Bebington Kelma 3-1.

Sean Burgess replied for Kelma from the penalty spot. Winsford Diamonds remain the only Premier division team with a 100% record.

In a very tight game they beat Groves Athletic 2-1 with a brace from Joe Duckworth. Tom Anderson replied for Groves.

Tom Mesham and Tom Berry combined to earn Upton JFC a 2-0 away win over Ellesmere Port FC. Upton JFC Youth remain at the top of CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship A despite going down 3-2 to Chester Nomads III.

Cam Black, James Lloyd and Lewis Coppack ensured the points for Nomads with Mac Johnson and Jack Sconce netting for Upton.

Hoole Rovers move second after a Paul Joynson 80th minute penalty earned them a 1-0 win over AFC Park North.

Christleton recorded their first win of the season, beating Shaftesbury Youth 2-1 with goals from Isaac Gore Rees and Zac Hall.

Jimmy Gomez replied for Shafts. Christleton keeper Dan Hamp was called in to action, making a penalty save to deny Shafts of the draw.

Adie Graves and Ashley Reed were on target for Cestrian Alex in their 2-0 win over Hoole Rangers. Kostas Alexopoulos, Luke Caister and Paul Seddon were the scorers for Helsby Res in a 3-2 win over Princes Villa, Charlie Jones and Reece Bridge.

In the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship B Rossmore Rangers had a fine 6-2 win over Neston Nomads Development to take them top. Justin Crowder netted for the home team with the Rossmore winners coming from Liam Walton, Corey Mottershead, Matty Gorman, Lewis Cooney, Ryan Bowyer and Andy Hughes.

Winsford Saxons suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of FC Duddon Utd. Harry Huxtable, Johnathan Hallam (2) and an own goal saw Duddon over the line despite their keeper being sent off in the first half.

Greg Lumsden scored the resultant penalty for Saxons. Black Horse move third after their 6-2 win over Chester Nomads IV with goals from Jamie Hurworth 3, Gordon Harrison 2 and Steve Prance.

Waggon and Horses travelled to Runcorn Social to record their 4-1 win with goals from James Henry, Sonny Dawson and Chris Varney (2). Callum Handley replied for Runcorn.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 2 Upton JFC Vets got off to a spectacular start with a 12-2 win over Dee Rangers Vets.

Chris Melia lead the scoring with three, followed by Neil Zarac, Stu Cousins (2), Dan Danton (2), Ben Walley (2) and Kenny Walley.

Kevin Rogerson netted four times for Tarvin Vets in their 5-3 away win over Frodsham Park JFC Vets. Jason St Lawrence, Marc Baiton and Ste Salisbury were the Frodsham marksmen with an own goal adding the fifth for Tarvin.

A Will Buckley brace put Hartford FC Vets 2-0 up but it was not enough as Nags Head Bunbury Vets fought back to claim all the points with a 3-2 win thanks to strikes from Alex Morrisroe, Henry Buckley and Dave Thomas.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 3 Phil Evans and Daniel Norris were the scorers for Ellesmere Port Red Lions FC Vets in their 2-1 win over Queens Park FC Vets.

Dan Costello was the Queens scorer. Victor Charles and an own goal earned Great Sutton FC Vets a point against Ellesmere Port Town FC Vets after the game ended 2-2.

Winsford Diamonds and Crossway also ended 2-2, Steve Saunders and Ricky Billenge, Mark Powell and Phil Goss the respective scorers.

Next week sees the start of another of the CWFL Flexi Football midweek divisions on Monday night at Ellesmere Port Sports Village. The following week will see our division at Orford Jubilee hub in Warrington take centre stage.