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Premier Division leaders Railway Hotel took advantage of second-placed Sydney Arms only drawing, with a 3-1 win at Wistaston Ath.

JJ Bailey, Josh Ruane and John Stone scored for Railway Hotel, with Jack Turner replying for Wistaston Ath.

Sydney Arms drew 2-2 with Salvador, Rob Timmis scoring both goals for Sydney and Kev Sharp and Pete Murphy scoring for Salvador.

Square One closed the gap with a narrow 1-0 win at NHB FC with a goal from Newton.

Crewe Ath hit Rising Sun for ten in a 10-0 win.

Anthony Owo scored a hat-trick with other goals from PJ Hudson (2), Hodvig Nesereyan (2), Josh Rowley, Josh Clarke and Warren Hudson.

A Tom Butler goal was enough to give AFC Leopard victory over AFC Barkode.

Eight Farmers and Willaston WS shared six goals in a 3-3 draw.

Chris Hardman, Elliott Lockett and Kriss Spencer scored for Eight Farmers while Steve Hamill (2) and Liam Tetlow netted for Willaston WS.

In Division One, leaders White Eagles led Nantwich YF 2-1 at half-time before losing 3-2.

Radek Rus and Michal Boryczewski scored for White Eagles with Jake Standeven, Andy Ward and Simon Roberts scoring for Nantwich YF.

Cricketers Arms swapped places with opponents Elworth Park as Cricketers Arms won 3-2 with goals from Chris Proudlove, Tom Bate and Matt Robertson with Jimmy Ingman and Anthony Carney scoring for Elworth Park.

Betley FC and Bank Corner both had good victories to close the gap on the top three.

Betley FC won 4-1 at Haslington FC with goals from Ally Chapman (2), Chris Robaszek and Paul Ashley, Kane Fletcher scored for Haslington FC.

Jon Hart scored five times as Bank Corner beat Audlem 10-0 with Jordan Southwell and Steve Garrett both scoring twice with Mark Goodwin also scoring.

Faddiley ended Talbot’s unbeaten run with a 4-0 win with goals from Matt Scott, Ash Lawton, Chris Stokes and a Mitch Jones own goal.

Crewe FC won 3-0 at White Horse with goals from Rhys Potter, Stuart Dow and Paul Bowker.

Sandbach Town won 5-1 at bottom club Market Tavern.

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