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George and Dragon and Cooper Buckley complete league/cup double

George and Dragon and Cooper Buckley complete league/cup double

George & Dragon and Cooper Buckley have both completed the league and cup double as the Crewe Regional Sunday League 2021-22 season comes to an end.

In addition to the double, Cooper Buckley reached the final of both the Crewe FA Sunday Cup competitions.

May 16, 2022
Talbot thump Faddiley 6-0 in Crewe Regional Sunday league

Talbot thump Faddiley 6-0 in Crewe Regional Sunday league

Talbot beat Faddiley 6-0 in today’s round of Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division fixtures.

Liam Whittaker netted five times, and Scott Rankin also on target for Talbot.

January 30, 2022
Newly promoted Raven win in Crewe Regional Premier Division

Newly promoted Raven win in Crewe Regional Premier Division

Newly promoted The Raven had a commendable 2-1 win at Betley in the Crewe Regional Sunday Premier League.

Goals from Gary Pownall and Josh Wynne helped them to victory in the Premier Division clash.

October 6, 2020
Crewe Ath win top of table clash against George & Dragon

Crewe Ath win top of table clash against George & Dragon

Crewe Athletic shaded the top-of-the-table clash in the Crewe Regional Sunday Premier Division against George and Dragon.

Their 3-2 keeps Crewe Ath in top spot, thanks to two goals from Josh Clarke and one from Josh Dunne.

December 15, 2019
Willaston WS thumped 7-2 by leaders in Crewe Regional Sunday league

Willaston WS thumped 7-2 by leaders in Crewe Regional Sunday league

George & Dragon returned to winning ways in Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division with a 7-2 hammering of Willaston WS.

They won with a hat-trick from Ollie McDonough, and a brace each for Matt Waller and Robbie Hatton.

September 23, 2019
George and Dragon hammer Brighton Belle 13-1 in only game to survive weather

George and Dragon hammer Brighton Belle 13-1 in only game to survive weather

George and Dragon hammered 13 passed Brighton Belle in the only Crewe Regional Sunday League game to survive the big freeze.

The match was able to go ahead after teams agreed to move it on to a 3G pitch with all other games off due to frozen grass surfaces.

February 4, 2019