Crewe Athletic - stock pic by Steve Fareham - creative commons licence

AFC Leopard beat local rivals Talbot 5-0 to secure the last semi-final place in the Crewe FA Sunday Cup.

In the Presidents Cup, FC Semtex came back from conceding an early goal to win 2-1 at Sydney Arms.

Danny Roberts scored both goals for Semtex, after Sean Owen had given Sydney the lead.

Premier Division Leaders Railway Hotel won 3-0 at AFC Barkode and now need just four points to retain the title.

Square One and Willaston WS drew 1-1, Steve Nurton with a penalty for Square One and Ethan Tizard replying for Willaston WS.

NHB moved off the bottom of the league with a 4-2 win over Ocean who take over at bottom.

Sam Lloyd and Henry Buckley both scored a brace for NHB, with Kyle Smethurst and Ryan Kennedy scoring for Ocean.

In Division One, the leaders Leighton were held 4-4 by Nantwich YF.

Chris Tomlinson, Tom Edwards, Liam Walker and Danny Rogerson scored for Leighton.

George Johnson, Ed Cliffe, Chris Cliffe and Simon Roberts replied for Nantwich YF.

Salvador go top of the League with a 6-2 win at Sandbach Town, with Keiron Banks netting four times and Dave Ratcliffe and Tom Edge also scoring.

Sandbach scorers were Adie Vass and Daz Bailey.

Santa Maria hit the goal trail by smashing 10 past lowly Audlem.

Adie Socha scored five of the goals with Adam Aylward (2), Tom Woodcock, Ben Reddock and Dom Latham completing the rout. Andrew Betteley scored a consolation for Audlem.

Rising Sun and Wistaston Ath had an excellent game with both sides going for the win.

And it was a Nathan Cherrington goal for Rising Sun which won a tight contest 2-1.

Craig Hawkey had given Rising Sun the lead but Rhys Potter equalised almost straight away and it looked like a draw until the late winner for Rising Sun.

Faddiley and Bank Corner shared four goals in a contested 2-2 draw.

Ash Lawton and Henry Wharton scored for Faddiley, with Nathan Dewey and Matt Warr replying for Bank Corner.

Boot & Shoe won 2-0 at Haslington with goals from Andy Pye and Keiran Beech.

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