Article: Desmond Evans
In the Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division it was a game of penalties as Cheshire Cheese drew 3-3 with NB FC. Keiron Banks scored 2 penalties for Cheshire Cheese and Pete Aidley also scored 2 penalties for NHB FC. Rhys Potter scored for Cheshire Cheese to put them 3-1 up before NHB FC scored with their 2nd penalty and then equalised through Ed Hulse.
Betley won 3-1 at Winsford Over 3 with goals from Danny Lavalette 2 and Lee Smith with Kyle Cookson scoring for Winsford Over 3.
Cooper Buckley beat Willaston WS 6-0 with goals from Luke Gillan 3, Jason McMullan 2 and Josh Rowley.
In Division One Cheshire Cat remain unbeaten as they won 4-0 at JS Bailey with goals from Alex Riley 2, Sam Davenport and Joe Bulkeley. Sandbach Town won 3-2 at Nantwich Pirates where both teams had taken the lead. Liam Heyes-Porter opened the scoring for The Pirates before 2 goals from James Johnson put Sandbach ahead. Sam Cadwallader equalised with a deflected shot off a defender before Frazer Swale won the game for Sandbach Town.
Faddiley held their own Goal of the Day competition as they beat Princes Feathers 11-2. Jamie Baker netted 6 times in total including a 16 min hat-trick in the first half. Paul Ashley came on as a substitute and scored 2 including a 30yd lob. Rich Ford scored from a 25yd free kick but the best was a 60yd shot from James Burden as he saw keeper was off his line. Chris Robaszek also scored
In the Crewe FA Sunday Cup Premier Division George & Dragon beat Division One side Raven Salvador by 4-0 to progress to next round. Robbie Hatton scored a hat-trick with Andy Houston also scoring.
The other tie in the Sunday Cup was called off as Broadhurst FC couldn’t field a team.
In the Crewe FA Sunday Vase there were wins for C & N UTD and White Horse. C & N UTD and Leighton FC were level at 1-1 at half time but 3 second half goals from C & N Utd saw them through. Jack Cope scored a hat-trick with Tim Morris also scoring. Blake Stubbs scored for Leighton FC. White Horse overcame Vale Hoppers 6-0 with a hat trick from Tom Royle and other goals from James Spencer 2 and Dan Walford.