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White Lion Ford Lane moved to top spot in Crewe Regional Sunday Premier Division with a 3-1 victory over White Lion.

It was the second meeting between the two White Lion sides in eight days, and Ford Lane won again.

They are now top of the table, but they have played four more games than rivals Crewe Athletic and George and Dragon.

Russell Schofield bagged a brace and Dale Capper scored the third for the home team, with Steve Lloyd netting for the visitors.

Faddiley move into fourth place after a 2-6 win against NHB at Bunbury.

The home side were not helped by having their goalkeeper sent off after 30 minutes.

Ed Hulse and Dan Ball scored for the home side, with the Faddiley goals coming from Richard Ford (2), Adam Newton, Rich Ryan, Tom Bate and Brad Jones.

The game between Salvador and Betley kicked off late, and the league are indebted to referee Keith Curzon who officiated despite being somewhat unwell.

When the game did commence, Betley scored a very quick goal from new signing Nathan Cliffe, and it proved to be the only goal of the game.

The sole game in Division One saw White Horse win 2-3 at Audlem.

Andy Betteley and Danny Mahoney scored for Audlem, with John Parkes, Nick Gregory and Dan Wade netting for White Horse.

All four games in the Quarter Finals of the Crewe FA Sunday Vase were completed.

Sandbach Town were a goal down at half time after a long- range effort from Tom Thursfield.

But they staged a second half comeback to win 1-2, with goals from Joe Macdonald and Matt Timms.

Sydney Arms paid the penalty for a sluggish first half performance when they turned around two goals down.

They had a much better second half, with Ben Reddock netting a hat-trick, but still went down 3-4.

Jordan Cotterell also netted three for the visitors, with Liam Whittaker also scoring.

Nantwich Pirates and The Old Star were level at 1-1 at half time, but the Winsford outfit ended as emphatic 2-6 winners, thanks to five goals from top marksman Terry Cain, and a further goal from Sean Cain.

Garry Gordon and Brandon Broadhurst netted for The Pirates.

Broadhurst FC have been out of form for a while now but pulled off an excellent 5-4 win over league leaders Bridge Inn.

The home team were 2-0 up at half time, and increased that to 4-1, only for the visitors to pull back to 4-4.

With penalty kicks looming, the home team found a late goal to win 5-4.

Shaun Bradley (2), Liam and Ryan Millington, and Josh Baynham scored for Broadhurst FC, with Jordan Smith (2), Damian Sloan and Emamnuel Aneni scoring for Bridge Inn.

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