Birkenhead Town were also in cup action overcoming Whitby Athletic in the CWFL Dee 106.
In the CWFL Goals Soccer Centre Chester Cayzer Shield, Woodchurch Athletic Reserves edged out New Ferry Rangers 3-2 thanks to goals from Mark Roberts and Lee Dermody (2) while Luke Cassidy and Reece Orton replied for New Ferry.
New Ferry Rangers continued their impressive form in the CWFL Link Up Division Two after they travelled to Crossway where Adam Bagley with a brace, Scott Christian and Chris Carress fired them to a 4-1 win.
It was cup weekend for the CWFL Vets teams as the Doug Johnson Veterans Shield began being played on a group basis with the teams split into two groups of five.
In the CWFL Olympic Trophies Division One, Neston Nomads travelled to Chester Nomads III to secure maximum points in a closely-contested 2-1 win with Ben Pearson and Sean Lunt scoring for Neston and Mike Robinson replying for Chester.
CWFL Link-Up Division Two action saw Elton Rigger continue their good form recording their fourth win from five when they travelled to Eastham Athletic.
Ashton enjoyed an 8-2 win in the CWFL
Olympic Trophies Division One over FC Blacon thanks to a splendid team performance.
Despite losing 7-1 to the holders, the CWFL
put up a brave performance to mark their debut in this competition where the very best of grassroots footballers from each league across the country have a chance to gauge themselves against each other.
In the Chester FA Senior Cup, CWFL
side Deva Athletic travelled to Cheshire League One side Tarporley Vics and secured a memorable 4-2 victory thanks to goals from Steve Creelman (2), Sean Taylor and Dave Campbell.
Birkenhead Town extended their lead at the top of the CWFL
Queensferry Sports Premier Division after Ryan Atherton netted twice in their 2-0 home win over Christleton Celtic.
Ashton enjoyed their first win of the season after securing a 3-2 win over Cestrian Alex in the CWFL
Olympic Trophies Division One while Dave Swain, Jay Shaw and Rob Gittens all hit home for Franklyn's in their 3-0 away win at Chester Nomads III.
Blacon Thistle carried on their relentless charge in the CWFL
Olympic Trophies Division One after they beat fellow high-fliers Franklyn's 4-0 with goals from Scott Broadbent, Danny Davies and the in-form Warren Roberts with a brace.