In the Chester & Wirral League Premier Division, Unitor got back to league action and came up against a resilient Cestrian Alex. Unitor ran out 3-2 winners in tough conditions thanks to goals from Danny Whitehead, Derek Taylor and Jamie Mearns.

Ashley Reed hit both for Cestrian in the second half.

Game of the day saw Waggon and Horses run out victors over Higher Bebington Kelma in a 14-goal thriller.

Waggon were out of the blocks early and soon amassed a 3-0 lead within 12 minutes before Andy Noonan pulled one back.

Waggon struck another four times in the first half leaving Kelma a mountain to climb after the break going in 7-1 down.

Shortly after the break, Andy Simpson scored for Kelma with Andy Noonan hitting his second to make it 7-3. Waggon once again fired home but Kelma were not finished yet and hit goals on the 70th, 73rd and 79th minutes through Danny Jones (2) and Andy Blakeborough to give Waggon a very nervous last 10 minutes.

The games ended 8-6 to Waggon with their goals coming from Leon Whitley (4), Sam Henry (2), Ellis Moore and Jamie Gill.

Blacon Youth remain second with a 4-2 win over Shaftesbury Youth, whose goals came from Tom Taafe and Ted Hughes. Runcorn Sports IIIs came away with a fine 7-0 win at Chester Nomads IIIs, with goals from Ben Wright, James Bignall (2), Tony Murphy, Chris Hough, Ryan Smith and Billy McGee.

Ben Smith and Matt Redmond (2) were the scorers for Hooton in their 3-1 win over Neston Nomads. Rob Marr hit the Neston goal. Graeme Search, Charlie Wiggins, Dan Nixon (2) and Kos Alexopolous were the Helsby IIs marksmen in their 5-0 win over Upton JFC Youth.

The weather decimated play in the Championship with only one game surviving. It did not disappoint however and produced a classic with Port Sunlight Nomads winning by the odd goal in 13.

Harley Price and Finn Ashford lead the way for Sunlight, notching three-a-piece with Callum Leach adding the seventh.

In the Vets Division 3, FC Vaults beat Great Sutton Vets 3-0. Queens Park Vets and Crossway Vets ending in a 7-5 win to The Queens.

Lukasz Jurczal (3) and Dave Megson were the Crossway Marksmen. Goals for the Queens came from Andy Bolton (2), Peter Reeves (2), Andy Owens, Paul Dunleavy and Nick Scholes.