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League leaders Square One beat Willaston White Star 5-2 in the Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division.

Goals from Jay Entwistle, Shane Heron, Danny Croft and Danny Dodd (2) helped the leaders ease to victory.

Luke Gillan netted both Willaston goals.

Crewe Athletic stay in second place after beating Talbot 0-4, thanks to goals from brothers Curtis and Shannon Sinnott, Ed Hilditch and Jordan Amson.

White Lion Ford Lane move into third place after their 2-3 win over Salvador.

For the second week in succession they came from 2-1 down to win with goals from Lewis Clark, Ben Reddock and a last-minute effort from Danny May.

Salvador had been ahead with goals from Kev Sharp and John Stone.

Faddiley got off to a bad start in their game at home to Wistaston Leopard when their goalkeeper suffered a broken finger after only two minutes.

Wistaston Leopard went ahead with goals from Ryan Broadhurst and Jamie Collina.

But Faddiley eventually got back to 2-2 thanks to goals from Richard Ford and Ash Lawton, before an 88th minute penalty from Jack Gater gave the visitors a 2-3 win.

In Division One, Winsford Over 3 maintained their long unbeaten run when they drew 1-1 at Sydney Arms.

Jamie Cain scored very early to put the visitors ahead but Rhys Potter equalised for the home team.

Haslington missed the chance to move into third place when they lost 1-4 to White Lion.

Curtis Rodgers scored for Haslington with a Chris Worstencroft hat-trick and a Steve Lloyd goal giving the visitors their win.

Sandbach Town and Audlem played out a 2-2 draw.

Dave Furber again netted for the home team along with Matthew Timms with Kevin Beresford scoring twice for the visitors.

The Ark had a 2-0 win over AFC Wickstead thanks to a Steve Hughes brace.

George and Dragon had another big win, beating Broadhurst FC 10-1 with goals from Terry Cain (3), Andy Houston (2), Scott Taylor (2), James Dean (2) and Charlie Hatton.

Simon Phillips got the Broadhurst consolation goal.

Betley FC lost 7-4 to Chesterton Grange YFC in the semi-final of the Staffs FA Sunday Challenge Cup. Scorers for Betley FC were Dean Twiggy, Lee Smith, Jamie Baker and Paul Ashley.

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