Faddiley in Presidents Cup - stock pic by Steve Fareham - creative commons licence

Faddiley reached the semi-finals of the Crewe FA Sunday Vase with a 2-0 win over Sandbach Town.

Rich Ford opened the scoring early in the second half and a further goal from Joey Hilton secured the win.

In the Premier Division, the top two met and Square One had a convincing 4-0 win at Crewe Athletic.

Danny Dodd netted a hat-trick and Dale Capper also scored.

Salvador had a terrific first half, leading 4-1 against reigning champions Crewe FC with goals from Kev Sharp (2), Damian Sloan and Pete Murphy.

Jez Tagg scored for Crewe FC in the first half before Matt Cope reduced the deficit to 4-2.

Betley FC and AFC Leopard shared six goals in a 3-3 draw.

Chris Robaszek, Jamie Baker and Lee Smith scored for Betley with Liam Jones, Ryan Broadhurst and Liam Challinor scoring for AFC Leopard.

NHB FC beat Bank Corner 2-1 with Alex and Dan Ball scoring for NHB FC and Andy Garrett replying for Bank Corner.

Bottom Club Willaston WS had another disappointing day, losing 5-2 to Wistaston Ath.

Charlie Burden (2), James Lewis, Aiden Horton and Jason Bennett scored for Wistaston Ath with Luke Billington and Paul Salmons netting for Willaston WS.

In Division One, leaders Nantwich YF won 8-0 at Haslington with Simon Roberts and Rich Adams both scoring hat-tricks

Andy Ward and Mark Mottershead completed the scoring.

White Eagles beat White Horse 3-1 to move up to 5th in the table with goals from Konrad Lewandowski (2) and Danny Williams, who scored against his old club.

Kev Beresford scored for White Horse.

Barrel & Tap drew 2-2 with Winsford Over 3, Stu Dow and Alex Forrester scoring for Barrel & Tap with Tommy Taylor scoring both goals for Winsford Over 3.

White Lion and Audlem shared six goals in a 3-3 draw.

Robert Craine scored a hat-trick for White Lion with Mark Parker (2) and Andrew Betteley scoring for Audlem.

Cricketers Arms moved off the bottom of the league with a 4-3 win at Market Tavern.

Tom Seabridge (2), Ellis Butters and Adam Caton scored for Cricketers Arms with Craig Hurley (2) and Andy Byford scoring for Market Tavern.

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