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

The semi-finals of the Crewe FA Sunday Vase were finalised with victories for Nantwich YF, White Eagles, Bank Corner and Elworth Park.

Nantwich YF won 4-1 at Market Tavern with goals from Jake Standeven, Mark Mottershead, Tom Dale and Simon Roberts.

Dan Stevenson scored for Market Tavern.

White Eagles came back from 3-1 down with 15 mins to go to win 5-3 after extra time.

Jamie Baker (2) and Chris Worrall scored for Betley FC with Matkowski (3), Stepinski and Synowitz scoring for White Eagles.

Bank Corner won 8-1 at Haslington FC with Jon Hart scoring five times, other goals coming from Ashley Westray (2) and Anthony Harle, Dan Taylor scored for Haslington FC.

Elworth Park won a thrilling tie with Cricketers Arms 5-4.

Premier Division leaders Railway Hotel extended their lead at the top, beating rivals Square One 4-1.

After a goalless first half, Railway goals came from Wayne Beggs, Jez Tagg, John Stone and Lee Mellor.

Matt Worrall scored an own goal for Square One.

Sydney Arms drew for the second week running, and needed a late equaliser to level at 2-2 with AFC Barkode.

Pete Griffiths and Tommy Barker scored for AFC Barkode with Thomas Uda and Jay Hawkins replying for Sydney Arms.

Crewe Ath won 3-0 against AFC Leopard with goals from PJ Hudson, Anthony Owo and Josh Rowley.

Salvador beat Rising Sun 2-1 with a free kick from Luke Forrester and an excellent lob from Chris Pszyk. Damien Sloan scored for Rising Sun.

Dan Ball scored twice as NHB FC won 3-2 at Eight Farmers, Ricky Mellor and Danny May replied for Eight Farmers.

Wistaston Ath, with goals from Aaron Sharpes and Leo Davies, won 2-0 at Willaston WS.

In Division One, Audlem won 2-1 at Barrell & Tap FC with goals from Chris Anderson and Andrew Betteley, Jack Johnson score for Barrell.

Sandbach Town won 3-2 at Talbot with goals from Sean Gilraine, Ricky Sol and Chris Scarle.

Gaz Gordon and Ben Rankin scored for Talbot.

Faddiley helped by two own goals won 5-2 at White Horse other goals from Will Emerton, Joey Hilton and Richard Ford.

McLennan and Davies scored for White Horse.

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