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

The Crewe FA Sunday Vase semi-final line-up will feature four teams in the top 6 of the Division One Table.

Wistaston Ath continued their great form with a 6-0 win over Crewe FC, Steve Pattinson grabbing a hat-trick and other goals from Jones, Thaw and Maunder.

Ocean FC beat Betley 5-1 with Luke Kennedy getting a hat-trick with other goals from Mark Parker and Bako. Ocean also scored the Betley goal thanks to an own goal.

Sandbach Town had a good day beating AFC Alsager 5-1 with goals from Tonks, Huff, Lamb, Ingman and Sol-Heras. Danny Mounsey replied for AFC Alsager.

Bank Corner beat Haslington 4-2 with a hat-trick from Andy Garrett and a further goal from Will Cork. Chris Woolstencroft and an own goal were the Haslington scorers.

In the Premier Division Cup, a solitary strike from Lewis Clarke saw AFC Barkode progress at the expense of Leighton FC.

Two goals from Josh Clarke helped Crewe Ath overcome Willaston WS 3-2 in a tight encounter, Mike Nixon also scored for Crewe Ath with Mike Evans scoring both Willaston goals.

In the Premier Division, leaders Railway Hotel won 2-0 away at Salvador in windy conditions. Both goals coming from headers from Karl Gibbs.

Talbot came back from 2-0 down to Sydney Arms to get a well deserved point.

Rory Saunders and a terrific finish from Vinny Pownall gave Sydney the lead but goals from Mikey Welch and Alex Jones completed the fightback.

Square One won 2-1 at AFC Leopard.

In Division One, Ash Lawton hit four goals as Faddiley beat Audlem 8-2, other scorers were Joey Hilton, Leigh Berrisford, Mike Scott and a will Emerton penalty.

Connor Jones and Andrew Bettley scored for Audlem.

Both Nantwich YF and Brunel Arms took advantage of the teams playing in the Crewe FA games by posting good wins to strengthen their league places.

Nantwich YF beat Boot & Shoe Villa 4-2 with a brace from Brad Eardley and goals from Ed Cliff and a George Johnson penalty. Gary Beardsmith scored both Boot & Shoe Villa’s goals.

Brunel Arms had a hat-trick from Danny May to thank for their 5-0 win at bottom club Market Tavern, Jay Thomas and Jamie Dutton completed the scoring.

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