Crewe Regional Sunday Football League Round Up: Des Evans
In The Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division, the leaders The Lions beat Cheshire Cheese 3-1 with 2 goals from Danny Roberts and 1 from Jordan Prince. Ben Reddock scored for Cheshire Cheese.
Second placed Betley eventually overcame a spirited Talbot side 3-2 with the winning goal coming after 80 mins. Ryan Moss and Joe Goodall scored for Talbot with Gareth Ratcliffe, Danny Lavalette and Jamie Baker scoring for Betley.
After a goalless first half Raven Salvador and NHB FC shared 4 goals in the second half. Debutant Aaron Rowlands scored 1 and set up the other goal for Raven Salvador through Josh Wynne. Lewis Clarke and Harry Mayers replied for NHB FC.
Broadhurst FC got revenge for an earlier season defeat by local rivals Winnington SC with a 2-1 victory. Danny Martin and Kallum McDonough scored for Broadhurst FC with Aaron Gee scoring for Winnington SC.
In Division One Cooper Buckley jump from 3rd in the table to top following defeats for both Winsford Over 3 and Audlem. Cooper Buckley won 6-0 against White Horse with Luke Gillan netting 4 times, other goals from Josh Rowley and Ashley Edwards. Audlem lost 2-1 against a determined Leighton who scored through Grant Coiley and Scott Peberdy with Tom Capewell scoring for Audlem who had a bad day at the office.
Winsford Over 3 lost 6-4 at Sandbach Town with Jack Townsend netting a hat-trick with Liam Kettle 2 and Matt Dalton completing the scoring. Tom Stanton 2, Kyle Cookson and James Hartley scored for Winsford.
In the Division One Cup Ruskin Park opened the scoring after 16 minutes with a goal from Reece Jewkes, further goals from Dean Rockwell and Dan Dutton put Ruskin Park in cruise mode but Nantwich Pirates hit back with Mikey Truan before a 2nd goal in the 88th minute made for a tense finish.
Other Local Sporting News
Nantwich Town beat Whitby Town with a second half goal – see report.
Sandbach United travelled to already relegated St Martins where they won 8-0.
Crewe FC were narrowly defeated 2-1 by league leaders FC St Helens.