Article: Des Evans
Photograph: Jonathan White
In the Premier Division, Crewe Athletic maintained their 100% record with a 1-6 win at NHB. George Gregory netted for the home side, with Jason McMullan (3), Jordan Amson (2) and Blake Robinson being the marksmen for Crewe Athletic.
Broadhurst FC got their first win of the season beating The Lions 3-0 thanks to two goals from Steve Jenyons (1 Pen.) and one from Danny Griffiths.
George & Dragon began their campaign with a crushing 0-10 victory at Cheshire Cheese. Joe Duckworth scored six, Ben Brown scored twice, with Robbie Hatton and Jack McElligott each scoring once.
Willaston White Star are undefeated after a 1-1 draw with Betley, Azrahul Haque scoring tor The Star. Talbot were involved in a high scoring affair on Barony Park against Winnington SC, running out 9-3 winners. Liam Whittaker scored a hat trick, Fred Molyneaux scored twice, with further goals from Danny Jones, Olly Moore, Scott Rankin and Joe Goodier.
The game between Raven Salvador and Faddiley had to be postponed because, for the second week running, Faddiley could not raise a team. Faddiley are the oldest team in the Regional League, having joined in 1971, so it is hoped that they can resolve their current issues and continue in membership.
In Division One, both Audlem and C & N Utd. were so well organised and keen that the game kicked off ten minutes early, with the agreement of referee Des Evans. It ended 1-1, Nick Gregory scored for Audlem, with Chris Worstencroft on target for the visitors.
Princes Feathers beat Ruskin Park 2-1, with goals from Habib Kanteh and Kane Trigg. The Ruskin Park goal was an own goal.
The game between JS Bailey and Sandbach Town went ahead at the King George Vth playing fields despite the changing rooms being closed.
Sandbach Town were always ahead and won 2-4. Kevin Gleave and Dan Paesler scored for JS Bailey, with Tom Cotton, Tony Fidzewicz, Lee Barker and Joe Macdonald scoring for Sandbach Town.
Winsford Over 3 have returned to the Regional League after a short absence and had an emphatic 9-4 win against Nantwich Pirates. Thomas Stanton scored five, Ben Caldwell got three and Nathan Bishop completed the tally. For The Pirates, Mike Truan scored twice, with Keiron Jones and Joey Hilton also on target.
Cooper Buckley continued their highly impressive start to the season by beating fellow newcomers Leighton FC 10-0 Matt King and Ashley Edwards each scored four, with goals from Tristan Sword and Jake Maunder completing the rout.
There was an error in last week’s report, due to incorrect information on the match report form. Nick Gregory scored twice for Audlem, not James Craig as stated.