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Russell Schofield scored all four goals for White Lion Ford Lane as they beat Talbot 4-1 in the Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division.

Anthony Broadhurst scored the consolation for Talbot.

Goals either side of half time by Chris Towers and Jordy Cotterell enabled Betley to beat Salvador 1-2. Rich Pullar netted for the home team.

In Division One, Sydney Arms scored a very early goal to set them on their way to a 5-1 victory over Haslington.

A Mike Smith hat-trick and Stuart Dow and Callum Wilkinson were the Sydney Arms marksmen, with Damian Sloan scoring for Haslington.

Audlem and Nantwich Pirates found themselves in a dilemma when they were told shortly before kick-off that they did not have a referee.

Both teams showed great initiative, however, and agreed to referee the game themselves.

Audlem won 5-3 thanks to goals from Kevin Berisford (2), Ben Spruce, Danny Mahoney and Lewis Williams.

Mike Truan, Sam Cadwallader and Chris Lunn scored for the Pirates.

Audlem’s veteran substitute Kevin Mort refereed for one half, and enlivened proceedings by awarding a penalty kick against his own team.

White Horse beat Brighton Belle 4-1 thanks to three late goals.

Callum Stamper grabbed a hat-trick, with an Ethan Roberts penalty completing the scoring. Dalton Parker netted for the Belle.

In the Crewe FA Sunday Cup semi-final, Crewe Athletic came from a goal down to beat Willaston White Star 1-4.

Luke Gillan had put the home side ahead, but goals from Curtis Sinnott (2), Faith Arrowsafe and PJ Hudson put Athletic in the final.

In the Crewe FA Sunday Vase semi-final, Winsford Over pulled off a surprise when they won 2-4 at League leaders, The Ark.

Joe Pointon (penalty) and Chris Lumsden scored for The Ark with Nick Harvey (2), Chris Latham and Dean Mundy on target for the visitors.

In the other semi-final, George and Dragon were too strong for AFC Wickstead, winning 1-4.

Ashley Church netted the late consolation goal for the home team.

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