Crewe Regional Sunday Football League Round Up: Des Evans
In The Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division George & Dragon’s 100% record remained with a 6-3 win over Willaston White Star. Scorers for George & Dragon were Joe Duckworth 2, Andy Houston 2, Jordan Johnson and Terry Cain. Lukasz Synowicz scored twice for Willaston White Star with Danny Williams adding the third goal.
The top two in the table The Lions and Betley FC played out an exciting 4-4 draw with The Lions leading 3-1 and 4-3 before Betley FC hit back. Scorers for The Lions were Shannon Sinnott Jnr, Russ Schofield, Billy Rogerson and Tom Butler. Betley FC scorers were Jamie Baker, Lee Smith, Kieran Duckers and Danny Lavalette.
Broadhurst FC and NHB FC drew 0-0 but it was an entertaining end to end game well refereed by Ashley Scoffin.
In Division One Cooper Buckley are still on course for the League title following a 10-0 win at Leighton FC, scorers were Matt King 4, Jason McMullen 2, Luke Gillan, Brad Stockton, Taylor Vickers and Ashley Edwards.
Audlem beat Ruskin Park 9-1 with goals from Nick Gregory 3, Paul Bowker 3, Will Cork 2 and Toni Sindstadt. Mike Smith scored for Ruskin Park. Newcomers Ruskin Park have adapted well to the League and although they are likely to finish bottom of the League, they have shown great promise for the future and deserve great credit.
Local rivals White Horse and Nantwich Pirates met on the Barony with Nantwich Pirates running out 4-3 winners. Scorers for the Pirates were Mikey Truan 2, Ant Broadhurst and Joey Hylton. Tom Royal continued his goalscoring form with 2 goals with Jake Harding also scoring for White Horse.
In the Division One Cup Sandbach Town progressed to the semi-finals with a 4-1 win over Princes Feathers. Tom Cotton opened the scoring for Sandbach Town with a long-range strike before 2 goals from Jack Townsend and Henry Baker gave them a 3-0 lead. Bobby Brown got a goal back for the Feathers before Jack Townsend scored again to complete the scoring.
Other Local Sporting News
Nantwich Town recorded their 5th consecutive home victory, beating Scarborough 2-1 and ending their 16 game unbeaten run. View match photos.
In their final league match of the season, Sandbach United drew 0-0 at Eccleshall.
Crewe FC drew 0-0 at AFC Knowsley.
Sandbach Curshaws won the Crewe & District League after a 1-1 draw away to second placed FC Bollington.