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The top three teams all won in the latest round of Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division matches.

Square One beat an energetic Willaston White Star 5-1, thanks to a hat-trick from Mike Blundell and goals from Danny Dodd and new signing Dan Croft.

Liam Tetlow replied for White Star.

Crewe Athletic beat Faddiley 1-2. Ash Dobson gave the visitors the lead and Faith Arrowsafe added a second before Will Emerton netted a late goal for Faddiley.

Salvador won the Wistaston derby 1-3, beating Wistaston Leopard.

Kev Sharp put Salvador ahead, with Ryan Broadhurst equalising for the home team right on half time. A second goal by Sharp and one by Danny Lavalette saw Salvador home.

Elworth Park Rangers move into fourth place following a 4-2 win over Betley.

The highlight was a hat trick of headed goals from central defender James Husher. Keiron Duckers added the other goal. Jordy Cotterell scored both Betley goals.

White Lion Ford Lane earned revenge for a recent Cup defeat by beating NHB 1-3, with goals from Lewis Clark, Danny Roberts and Ben Reddock. Andy Ward was on target for the home team.

In Division One, Winsford based George and Dragon and The Ark continue to dominate.

George and Dragon beat Haslington 6-1, with a hat-trick from Charlie Hatton, two from James Dean and one from Ritchie Macalease.

The Ark went one better beating White Horse 7-1.

Liam Kettle and Steven Hughes each got two goals, with Elliott Booth, Josh Oakes and Mason Farrell also on target.

Brighton Belle beat Sandbach Town 3-2 with two goals from Dalton Parker and one from Andy Leask.

Regular marksman Dave Furber scored both goals for Sandbach Town.

Audlem made it back to back wins with a 2-3 victory over Nantwich Pirates, but made hard work of it.

With the game goalless, they missed two penalty kicks before taking the lead.

Pirates equalised, only for Audlem to go in front again with Pirates again drawing level.

A late winner from Kevin Berisford finally won it for the visitors, whose other marksmen were Andy Betteley and Ben Spruce.

Billy Kynnesley and Scott Rankin netted for the home team.

AFC Wickstead beat White Lion 3-1, with brothers David and Jimmy Johnson each scoring, with an own goal completing the tally.

Josh Heath got the White Lion goal.

Sydney Arms went down 2-3 to Broadhurst FC and finished with only nine men after two sendings off.

Sean Owen and Mike Smith netted for Sydney Arms with Habeeb Ranteh, Nathan Ormston and Danny Griffiths netting for the Northwich based visitors.

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