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

Leaders Railway Hotel maintained their unbeaten record with a 6-2 win over Salvador in Crewe Regional Sunday Premier Division.

Lee Mellor scored twice, Greg Moore, Josh Ruane, Matty Worrall and Ricky Barlow also scoring.

Stu Evans and Richard Douglas grabbed consolations for Salvador.

The two chasing teams Square One and Crewe Ath both hit 10 goals each.

Square One beat Talbot 10-1 with five goals from Blundell, Newton and Herron both scored twice with Griffiths also netting.

Crewe Ath beat AFC Leopard 10-0 with PJ Hudson netting four times, Josh Clarke (2), Nathan Tickle, Alex Lean, Paul Edwards and a Lee Degnen strike from the halfway line completed the scoring.

Willaston WS beat Rising Sun 5-3 in a close game. Blundell grabbed a hat-trick, while Goddard and Burrow also scored for Willaston WS. A Sloan hat-trick replied for Rising Sun.

AFC Barkode (Danny Roberts) drew 1-1 with Sydney Arms (Ant Broadhurst).

Division One leaders Wistaston Ath dropped their first points of the season following a 1-1 draw at Bank Corner.

Sam Mason scored for Bank Corner and Leo Davies replying for Wistaston Ath.

Nantwich YF kept up the pressure with a 5-3 win over Sandbach Town.

Jonty Cliffe, Jonny Proudlove, Adam Vernon, Richard Ford and Brad Eardley scored for Nantwich YF with Aidey Tonks, Tim Lamb and Rich Sol-Herras scoring for Sandbach.

Brunel and Faddiley found their scoring form with Brunel eventually winning 7-5.

Jay Thomas scored a hat-trick for Brunel with other goals from Danny May, Ben Styche, Nathan Jones and Carl Donaldson.

Faddiley scorers were Chris Stokes (2), Ash Lawton, Matt Scott and Sean Chandler.

Haslington FC (Dan Taylor) drew 1-1 with Crewe FC (James Donegan).

Bottom Club Market Tavern lost again, this time going down 6-2 to Audlem with Kev Mort scoring twice, Pete Jones, Connor Jones, Andy Betteley and substitute Eliot Stevenson also scoring.

Troy Ramshaw and Brad Littlemore replied for Market Tavern.

In the Staffs FA Sunday Challenge Cup, Betley FC lost 11-1 to a very strong Dr Johnson side from the Lichfield and Walsall League who fielded several players with experience of playing in non-league Saturday football.

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