Davies plays the star role for Stars
Snailbeach White Stars powered their way through to the next round of
A Rogers Management Shield.
They cantered to a 9-0 success against White Horse with hat-trick hero Adam Davies leading the charge, writes Dave Sandles.
Jamie Hynes (two), Craig Griffiths, Craig Harris, Marcus Ashley and Olly Davies added the other goals for Stars, who now go on to play Coton Rovers.
John Wilkes, Scott Graham, Steve Hole and Dean Marsh found the net to see Beacon to a 4-0 success at home to Telegraph.
Will Bourne delivered the goods as Compasses Bayston\Hill eased into the next round of the SHB Management Cup.
Bourne scored a hat-trick to help his side beat Old Post Office 5-2 at Lythwood.
Daz Edwards and Alex Bromley joined Bourne on the scoresheet with Steve Finch and Adam Hamner netting for OPO.
Brockton Rovers needed penalties to see off Minsterley Rangers.
The clash ended goalless with Rovers then winning 2-0 on spot-kicks.
Coracle Colts galloped through to the next round on the back of a convincing 10-0 success against Crown Abbey Foregate.
Ryan Mansell and Alex Ryder both bagged trebles with Lee Turner, Joe Jones, Mark Murch and Connor Davies adding the other goals.
The preliminary round of the Milward Construction Consolation Cup saw Dun Cow beat Rock Rovers 3-0.
A strike from Leon Reece and a double blast from Jack Payton saw them through. They will now face Heath Farm Rangers in the first round on January 20.
There was just one Premier Division clash and that saw Radbrook hit top form away to Loppington\Wem.
Dan Hughes and Rich Benbow both scored twice as Radbrook won 7-0. Luke Mellor, Gareth Thomas and an own goal completed the scoring.
Bomere Heath maintained their eight-point lead in Division One courtesy of a 4-0 victory over Bay\Hill Beeches.
Strikes from Dan Stevens and Chris Wilkinson, plus a double from Sam Lewis saw the leaders home.
Norbury climbed into second on goal difference after goals from Kieran McUllock (two), John Hudson and Martin Ziemann saw them to a 4-0 success at home to Coton Rovers.
Saha\Peacock slipped to a 2-1 defeat to Harlescott Rangers.
Ryan Kenny and Sean Griffiths netted for the visitors with Owain Williams replying for Saha.
Matt Largent was in red-hot form as Red Barn opened up a three-point gap at the top of Division Two.
Largent bagged a hat-trick to help fire Barn to a 7-2 success at Bull In The Barne.
Aaron Gough, with a double, Rob Foster and James Brett completed the scoring for the visitors. Rich Cole struck twice for the Bull.
Second-placed Boars Athletic slipped to a 3-2 reverse at Boca Seniors.
Danny Beirne, Alex Hughes and Alex Allman secured the points for Bocca. Ian Smith and Yousef Abukari were the men on target for Boars.
Hodnet missed out on the chance to go top of Division Four as they drew 3-3 at White Horse.
Jay Clarke was the star for White Horse with all three of their goals.
James Billington, Nicky Parker and Chris Brayford struck for Hodnet.
Dun Cow Youth and Talbot\Baschurch shared four goals and the spoils.
Jack Pengilley and Liam Czepukojc netted for Dun Cow with Sam Hughes and James Burgess replying.
In the SFA Challenge Cup, Travellers Joy beat Ellesmere Sunday 5-4 after extra-time