Willaston White Star - beat NHB FC in Cup - Faddiley win Division one cup sunday league football leaders, pic under creative commons by See-ming Lee

Faddiley won the Division One Cup after beating Nantwich YF 4-1 in the final.

Defensive errors by Nantwich YF led to Faddiley scoring twice in the first 15 minutes through Andy Blud and Ash Lawton.

Nantwich YF scrambled a goal from Brad Eardley to reduce the deficit.

But a Leigh Berrisford strike restored the two goal advantage before half time.

Nantwich YF pressed for a way back into the game before a late break from Faddiley resulted in Henry Wharton scoring the final goal.

Railway Hotel are champions of the Crewe Regional Sunday Premier Division for the fourth season running, having beaten second place Square One 4-3.

Goals from Ricky Barlow, Greg Moore, Danny Lavalette and a second from Ricky Barlow earned Railway the title.

Mike Blundell scored two for Square One with the other goal coming from Liam Murray.

Crewe Ath boosted their chances of finishing runners up with a 3-1 win over Salvador with PJ Hudson scoring twice with Paul Crimes also scoring.

Keiron Banks netted for Salvador.

NHB stay fourth following a 5-3 win at AFC Barkode with goals from Carl Smith (2), Andy Rogers 2 and Dan Ball.

John Speed scored twice for AFC Barkode with Steve Martin also scoring.

Sydney Arms had a comfortable 7-0 win at bottom club Talbot with Bowker (2), Bache (2), Saunders, Heath and Broadhurst scoring.

Willaston WS (Keiron Ellis, Ben Burrow, Henry Blundell) shared six goals with Rising Sun (Dave Porter, Dave Furber, Curtis Rogers).

In Division One, leaders Wistaston Ath will have to wait until at least midweek to secure the league title following their first league defeat of the season, a 3-0 loss at Ocean FC where Adie Socha netted a hat-trick.

Betley FC move up to third following a 3-0 win over Crewe FC with goals from Jamie Baker, Brandon Grindley and Mike Murisa.

Sandbach Town beat Audlem 3-1 with Rich Sol-Herras scoring twice with Tim Lamb also scoring. Kyle Doughty netted for Audlem.

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