Chester & Wirral League side, Unitor AFC, took a week off league action to play in the Northern Cup and their current run of form did not leave them.

They travelled to Ormskirk FC and came away with an emphatic 5-0 win with goals coming courtesy of a John Mearns hat-trick, Vinnie O’Toole and an unbelievable Dega Taylor effort from his own half.

Also in the same competition Upton JFC Youth needed extra time to get past Vulcan FC of the Cheshire League 4-2.

Both teams will now go into the hat for the next round.

In the CWFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division, Blacon Youth Reserves took full advantage of Unitor’s absence, beating Black Horse 5-1 with goals from Calyn Barlow (2), Aaron Rowland (2) and Dan Mullen. Will O’Leary hit the Black Horse consolation.

Higher Bebington Kelma go fourth after beating Hooton 3-1 with goals from Andy Noonan (2) and Jack Balderstone. Richie Feightman netted for the Hoot. 

Shaftesbury Youth (pictured above) came away from Chester Nomads IIIs with all three points and a 3-0 win, with goals from Eddie Jebb and Steve Large.

Neston Nomads beat Cestrian Alex for their second win of the season thanks to goals from Jordan Crowder (3) and Joel Hall.

This was a moral-boosting win for Alfie Hawkins' men and sees them end a run of four consecutive defeats. Adam Stanworth scored both goals for Cestrian.

In the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship, Orange Athletic picked up their second win of the season with an 8-5 result over Rossmore Rangers, with their goals coming from Andy Perry (3), Danny Holland (2), Andy Blackwell, Andy Relph and Stu Drury.

Zacc Caveney, Will Harrison, Tommy Vicary, Mike Murray and Caolan McCool all scored for Christleton in their 5-0 win over Winsford Saxons.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 1, Higher Bebington Kelma Vets go second with a fine 3-1 win over Pockets Snooker Vets, thanks to goals from John Paul Wheadon (2) and Steve Forster.

Hooton Vets go third with a 3-2 win over Neston Nomads Vets with their scorers Andy Barker, Paul Cupit and Keiron Fleetwood. Andrew Thorpe and Craig Webb were the Neston marksmen.

In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 2, Ellesmere Port Red Lions Vets beat Dee Rangers Vets 5-2, with goals from Daniel Norris, Mark Lowe, Dave Fenwick, Scott Rowley and Marc Evans. Richard Dalton and Carl Fowlie were the Dee scorers.