OLD Stretfordians maintained the pressure on Lancashire and Cheshire Amateur Football League Division One leaders Waterloo with a 7-3 demolition of Oldham Vics.

Strets are just a point behind the table-toppers who kept up their 100-per-cent record with a 7-2 win against Didsbury.

Trafford United also had their shooting boots on as they won 5-1 at Parrs Wood Celtic and there was delight for Moston Brook as they won a thriller by the odd goal in seven at Stoconians to climb clear of the bottom two.

Meanwhile, Chorltonians beat Bury Amateurs 7-3 with strikes from Pat Davin (three), Brendan McLaughlin, Aaron Minshull, Orin Moore and Nicholas Hughes.

There was a shock for Division B leaders High Lane seconds as they were beaten 5-2 by Hillgate and Rochdale Galaxy closed in on the top two with a 7-4 win against Spurley Hey seconds.

Also in seventh heaven were Salford Vics seconds as they accounted for Signol Athletic thirds 7-3 to stay in second spot and the other game had Trafford United seconds edging a 3-2 win against Dukinfield Athletic seconds.

It’s tight at the top of Division D with just a point separating the top three teams.

Leaders Staly Lions had to work hard for a 2-1 win against Chadderton Park seconds, but Stoconians fourths had few problems in a 6-0 cruise at AFC Oldham fourths.

Bury Ams thirds stay in third place with a 6-4 win against Chorltonians Albion, who had Jake Manning (two), Ethan Gorman (penalty) and Rob Beaumont supplying their consolation goals.

Didsbury thirds were 7-3 winners against AFC Stockport and also on fire were Old Stretfordians thirds with a big win at Whalley Range seconds.