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

Wistaston Ath have booked their place in the final of the Crewe FA Sunday Vase.

Wistaston Ath won through with a 2-1 victory at Salvador.

Jake Maunder gave Wistaston a half-time lead before Keiron Banks levelled after the break.

Rhys Potter delivered the killer goal to send Wistaston Ath through where they will face Rising Sun.

Meanwhile, Railway Hotel have been crowned Premier Division champions, retaining the title following a 2-0 win over Sydney Arms.

A first half goal from Ryan Williamson got them on the way but Sydney pushed them hard until 15 minutes from time when Jez Tagg netted a second goal to ease the pressure.

FC Semtex secured runners up position with a 4-3 over rivals Crewe Athletic.

Danny Roberts scored twice for Semtex with Mellor and Timmis adding other goals.

Josh Clarke with two and Shannon Sinnott netting the other for Crewe Ath.

Talbot ended their season with a fine 3-2 win over Willaston WS with Rory Saunders (2) and Ant Broadhurst netting.

Willaston WS scorers were Asher Moat and Ben Burrow.

In Division One, Faddiley maintained their third position with a fine 5-2 win over Haslington.

Ash Lawton netted a hat-trick with Joey Hylton and Ryan Barnett also scoring.

Jordan Prince and Chris Woolstencroft scored for Haslington.

Audlem recorded their first win of the season with a 3-1 victory over Crewe FC with two goals from Kevin Mort and one from Graham Brown, Louis Everall netted for Crewe FC.

Bank Corner beat Boot & Shoe Villa 3-0 with goals from Chris Hackney, Scott Slaney and Sam Ulugbade.

Nantwich YF beat Sandbach Town 5-3 with two goals each for Simon Roberts and Richard Ford, and Chris Cliffe also scoring.

Olly Funning scored twice for Sandbach Town with Jarrod Bowyer also netting.

One Comment

  1. Andrew Gibbs says:

    Disappointed that a Nantwich team didn’t make headline, Railway Hotel have won the Premier Division for the third year in succession, also in one cup final and two other cup semi-finals, never mind.

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