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Crewe Ath, Crewe FC, Nantwich YF and White Lion Ford Lane have booked their places in the Crewe FA Sunday Cup semi-finals.

Crewe Ath needed extra time to beat Betley FC 4-3 with a hat-trick from P J Hudson and a Jordan Amson goal.

Peter Williams (2) and Ally Chapman scoring for Betley FC.

Crewe FC and Square One couldn’t be separated after 120 minutes of play with the score at 2-2.

But Crewe FC won the penalty shoot out 5-4.

Danny Dodd and Mike Blundell scored for Square One with JJ Bailey scoring twice for Crewe FC.

White Lion FL won 4-1 against Audlem with two goals from Russell Schofield and other goals from Caine Mellor and Chris Hardman. Brad Tucker scored for Audlem.

Division One leaders Nantwich YF beat Premier Division Salvador 6-0 with goals from Jake Standeven 2, Mark Mottershead 2, Andy Ward and Simon Roberts.

The semi-finals are due to be played in the weekend of March 18.

In the Premier Division, Willaston WS got their first points of the season with a 5-4 win at NHB FC.

Steve Hamill scored a hat-trick with other goals from Ryan Simmons and Connor Perrie.

Stan Henry, Dan Ball, Jamie Ball and Tom Evans scored for NHB FC.

In the Division One Cup, a solitary Callum Latham goal gave White Eagles a 1-0 win at Haslington FC.

Talbot won 6-1 at Sandbach Town with goals from Ant Broadhurst (2), Scott Rankin, Steve Watts, Stan Chandler and Jack Taylor with Dave Furber scoring for Sandbach Town.

In Division One, Faddiley hit White Horse for 10 with a 10-2 victory.

Ash Lawton scored a hat-trick with other goals from Tom Bate (2), Joey Hilton (2), Mike Scott, Rich Ford and Nick Shaw.

Henry Wharton and Joe Davis scored for White Horse.

Barrel & Tap beat Cricketers Arms 8-3 with Rhys Potter bagging a hat-trick and other goals from Nathan Dewey (2), Stu Lloyd, Louis Everall and Paul Bowker.

Adam Caton (2) and Elliott Lane scored for Cricketers Arms.

Winsford Over 3 led 3-0 after 20 minutes against White Lion, before a second half comeback saw White Lion eventually run out 6-4 winners.

Nathan Cherrington scored a hat-trick with Ross Chandler (2) and Adam Smith scoring for White Lion.

Calvin Abbott (2) and Owen Birthley scored for Winsford Over 3.

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