LEAGUE ROUND-UP: RELEGATION strugglers Faddiley and The Bank Regional shared the spoils in the Crewe Regional League Premier Division on Sunday.
Adam Simcox and Dave Hanson got the Faddiley goals in the 2-2 draw, while Dave Bower and Stuart Lawton replied. White Lion (Peter Griffiths (2), Craig Griggs) powered past Wick-stead 3-0.
In Division One Sydney Arms (Ryan Jardine, Peter Whitehead) pipped AFC Barkode (Nick Harvey 2-1, while Lee Wilkinson's strike earned Audlem DK a 1-0 success over Salvador. Railway Hotel and AC Wick-stead drew 0-0.
Bentley Motors (Paul Larvin, Leroy Jones) are through to the Premier Division Knockout Cup Final at the expense of Willaston White Star (Jon Dawson).
They will meet Crewe Corinthians (Jez Tagg 2, Shaun Gilraine) who cruised past Nantwich Young Farm-ers 3-0.
In the Division One Knockout Cup semi-finals, the Fox Elworth (Colin Hemmings, Chris Card, Steve Bushill, Anthony Evans) dumped the Vine out 4-0. The Express (Reddock, Socha) scored a goal in each half to kill off Peacock/Willaston Villa cup hopes.
In the Crewe and District League, leaders Crewe Reserves (Matt Smith) eased four points clear when they
edged MMU Cheshire 1-0.
Curshaws (Andy Jackson, Simon Guest) suffered a fourth consecutive defeat, going down 4-2 to Congleton Athletic (Joe Pollard 2, Edd Pollard, Pete Lomas)
Sandbach United (Danny Coppen-hall, Zac Birchall) won the derby with Sandbach Town 2-0, while Winnington Reserves (Paul Cooper 2, James Caine, Aaron Davies) beat hosts Bentley 4-1 (Steve Wilson).
Malpas (Simon Bradley) were honours even in a 1-1 draw with Sand-bach (Aidy Socha), and a Craig Millington double earned Winnington Avenue a 2-2 draw with Bunbury (Alec Moore, Rob Sinnott).
In the Cheshire and Border Counties League Division One Blazer (Barrett) went down 5-1 to the Mere Inn (Spilensky 2, Burns, Smith, Bostock).
Division Two leaders the Bank (Griffiths, Rock) came from a goal down to win 2-1 at Broughton United (Nibbet). A Riley brace helped Leisure Club beat Oak 3-1.
PSV Alsager (Forsythe,Catermole, Rowe, Baddiley) are in the Division One Cup Final with a 4-0 win over the Brunel. Alsager Old Corinthians (Brown (2), Dykes) will join them after their 3-1 victory over Black Bear.