TWO of our Cheshire Football League sides are looking good for qualification from the JB Parker Premier Division Challenge Cup.

Eagle Sports are in control of Group D alongside FC St Helens after two wins this week while Greenalls PSO currently lead a wide-open Group C, with the top two from each group advancing to the quarter finals.

However, Daten are still looking for their victory since returning to the pitch in Group A.

Eagle have been in the goals, with a 3-1 win over Knutsford at Thornton Road on Tuesday following a 4-1 victory at Poynton on Saturday.

They visit Knutsford on Saturday while FC St Helens host Poynton. If both win their games, they will qualify for the knockout stages.

Greenalls suffered their first Group C loss on Saturday as they went down 5-2 to Broadheath Central at Long Lane, with Ben McWilliams and Przemek Staniszewski on target for the hosts.

A win at Altrincham Reserves on Saturday would keep them in the box seat for qualification but all four sides in Group C still have a chance of advancing.

Unfortunately for Daten, their chances of reaching the last eight appear slim after being beaten 3-1 at Lostock Gralam on Saturday.

Joe Barker was on target for the Atoms, who visit Billinge on Saturday.

Daten were beaten 3-1 at Lostock Gralam on Saturday. Picture by Karl Brooks Photography

Daten were beaten 3-1 at Lostock Gralam on Saturday. Picture by Karl Brooks Photography

In League One, Moore United picked up a valuable home victory on Tuesday as they beat Maine Road Reserves 2-1.

They travel to Newton Athletic on Saturday before hosting Knowsley South on Tuesday night.

Rylands Reserves were involved in an eight-goal thriller on Tuesday, sharing the spoils with Golborne Sports after a 4-4 draw.

Their next game sees them travel to West Didsbury and Chorlton Reserves on Tuesday.