BENTLEY Motors completed their treble by clinching the Crewe Regional Sunday League's WC Barker Memorial Trophy, with a 3-1 victory over Nantwich Town Regional.
However, the Premier Division side did not have it all their own way against their Division One opponents. Although there were no goals in the first half, Nantwich were more than a match for the Motormen and had the better opportunities to score.
It was no surprise when Ben Spruce put the Dabbers in front after the break and the shock result for the underdogs looked to be on. But Daryl Scarlett powered a header home to level matters and Gareth Brooke turned the game around with a cool finish. As Nantwich pressed for an equaliser, Scarlett added his second to make the game safe.
In Premier Division action, Ancient Briton proved too strong for Faddiley, who did manage four goals through a Simpson hat-trick and Roberts. But Briton hit six with Yen (2), Caldwell, Gannon, Cornock and Sefille on the mark.
In the battle of the Lions, White Lion eased past Red Lion Wybunbury with a convincing 5-2 win. Sumner and Griggs both grabbed braces for White Lion with Martin notching also. Skellan got both Red Lion goals.
In Division One, Crewe Corinthians guaranteed promotion to the Premier Division after a 5-3 win over Beeston Hotel, thanks to a Sharp hat-trick and strikes from Beggs and Tagg. Lloyd, Abson and Rogerson were on target for Beeston.
AC Wickstead's hopes of promotion were extinguished after a 1-1 draw with AFC Barkode. Steve Martin scored for Barkode but Andy Betteley struck late on to earn a point.
Marksman Coyle grabbed four for the Express as they hammered Audlem DK 6-1, while Socha got a brace. Parker got the Audlem consolation.
Sydney Arms soundly beat Fox Elworth 6-2 thanks to strikes from Hadzik, Whitehead, Mashery and a Sutton hat-trick. Fox hit back through Butler and an own goal.
In the Crewe FA Sunday Cup Final, PSV Alsager needed extra-time to overcome Nantwich Young Farmers 2-1. nCongleton Athletic are the toast of the Crewe and District League after they defeated East Cheshire League opponents Royal Oak 3-0 in the Inter League Cup final. After a goalless first half, Pete Lomas slotted in the opener before substitute James Hewitt cracked the other two.
In league action, Alsager Faculty retained their grip on the championship with an 8-0 drubbing of hosts Sandbach Town. Tom Broadbent (2), Chris Budrys (2), Ben Gibson, Carl Mallett, Paul Francis and Jason Clancy all hit goals for the Faculty.
Malpas ended their league programme with a 3-1 win over Sandbach, through goals from Ant Walton (2) and Tommy Elford. Andy Roberts netted for Sand-bach.
Lloyd Smith and Andy Jackson scored for Curshaws but Paul Davies, Phil Mellor and Craig Alman nicked a 3-2 win for Winsford IPC. Peter Lomas hit two for Congleton Athletic but Andy Marlour (2) and Steve O'Malley edged it 3-2 in favour of Winnington Avenue.