It was cup day in the CWFL for the open aged teams. In the CWFL League Cup Cestrian Alex and Helsby needed penalties to decide the winner after their game ended 3-3 at full time.
Helsby held their nerve to go through 4-2 from the spot kicks. Elliot Davies, Adam Crimes and Adie Graves were the Cestrian scorers with Tom McDonald (2) and Lee Turkington replying for Helsby.
Danny Evans (2) and Tom Berry both scored for Upton JFC in their 3-1 win over Shaftesbury Youth, with Steven Taff their scorer.
Ellesmere Port will join the semi-final line up after their 5-2 win over Higher Bebington Kelma. Richie Feightman hit a brace with Ben Lennon, Mike Ashton and Liam Smith all chipping in with solo efforts. Ben Keirman and Kenny Mahon were the Kelma scorers.
CWFL Cayzer Shield action saw Hoole Rovers book a semi final spot after beating FC Duddon Utd 4-3 on penalty kicks.
The game ended 1-1 with Will Furmedge scoring for Duddon.
Upton JFC Youth had a spectacular win over division leaders Unitor, beating them 6-5. Jake Rockall lead the way with a brace, followed by Matty Wood, Paddy Lally, Mal Johnson and Sam Ismay.
Sam Price and Liam Whelan hit consolation goals for AFC Park North as they went down 4-2 to Princes Villa.
Also in the CWFL Cayzer Shield, Crossway beat Rossmore Rangers 4-3 with goals coming from Jim King (2), Sam Coleclough and Phil Goss.
This was a feature game with both teams donning t-shirts provided by Dan Allera Printing of Northgate Street to highlight the brave fight of 9-year-old Eva Williams of Marford.
Earlier this year, nine-year-old Eva was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) – a condition, which mainly affects children, aged 2-12.
She underwent an intensive course of radiotherapy – the only known treatment – but it is likely to only provide temporary relief in shrinking the tumour.
After researching, her parents discovered a clinical trial for a drug in the United States and launched a crowd-funding page in a bid to cover the huge costs. So far, people have contributed over £100,000.
Eva's father, Paul Slapa, said: "We had no idea people would care that much. It's just amazing. I can't describe it.
"One of the parents at her school said 'that's what mates do', but it feels like it's more than that, its people we don't know."
For the latest updates check out the Facebook page Unbeatable Eva. #UnbeatableEva Crowd-Funding
In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division Two Ellesmere Port Town FC Vets beat FC Vaults 4-2 with goals from Phil Evans (2), Scott Rowley and Dan Norris.
In the day's other game, Nags Head Bunbury FC Vets beat Ashton FC Vets 4-1 with goals from Alex Morrisroe (2), Henry Buckley and Jonny Stubbs.