Haslington FC look to take the ball from Nantwich Pirates (1)

Premier Division winners Square One suffered a hangover after retaining their title when they were thumped 4-0 by Betley in the Crewe Regional Sunday League.

It was Square One’s first league defeat of the season.

Betley ran riot with goals from Chris Worrall, Chris Robaszak, Jamie Baker and Steve Johnson.

The run of wins for White Lion Ford Lane came to an end when they drew 1-1 with Wistaston Leopard.

Seb Burrow put the visitors ahead, and a Rob Timmis penalty completed the scoring.

NHB beat Elworth Park Rangers 2-1, with goals from Tom Evans and Nick Ball. Keiron Duckers scored for the visitors.

In Division One, The Ark remain in top spot after ending Winsford Over’s long undefeated run.

The visitors won 3-4 thanks to a Matty Walker hat trick and a goal from Perry Bircumshaw.

Nick Harvey netted all three for the home team.

Audlem drew 3-3 with Sandbach Town, with familiar names on the scoresheet.

Ben Spruce, Kevin Berisford and Andrew Betteley scored for Audlem, while David Furber continued his excellent goal-scoring run with all three for Sandbach.

Both games on Barony Park were close affairs with late winners.

AFC Wickstead and Sydney Arms both finished with 10 men and the home team won 4-3 thanks to a 20 yard, last minute winning goal from Ashley Church.

Their other goals came from Josh Bolton (2) and Luke Goddard.

Jonathon Yates, Sean Owen and Mike Smith scored for the visitors.

Nantwich Pirates went down 2-3 to Haslington.

Jack Cadwallader and Wayne Garnett netted for the Pirates with Kenny Chan, Gary Pownall and Owen Porter on target for Haslington.

In Round Three of the Presidents Cup, George and Dragon won 1-2 at Faddiley with goals from Charlie Hatton and Terry Cain.

Dan Price scored for Faddiley.

Crewe Ath beat Brighton Belle 6-3 with goals from Faith Arowsafe getting a hat-trick with other goals from Josh Clarke and P J Hudson.

James Munson, Daniel Larkin and Dalton Parker scored for Brighton Belle.

In Round One of the Premier Division Cup, Willaston White Star pulled off a somewhat surprising 1-3 win at Salvador, who opened the scoring through Craig Harris.

New signing Tristan Sword scored twice for the visitors, whose other marksman was Danny Williams.

(Pics, above and below, of Nantwich Pirates game courtesy of Jonathan White)

Haslington FC freekick at goal (1)

Haslington FC freekick v Nantwich Pirates

Haslington FC equalise to make it 2-2 (1)

Haslington level at 2-2

Nantwich Pirates shot at goal (1)

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