BENTLEY Motors and Wickstead are neck and neck at the top of the Crewe Regional Sunday League's Premier Division.
Goals from Paul Larvin (2), Daryl Scarlett and Dale Melling helped Bentley notch a 4-0 win over White Lion, while Hancock, Gidman, Forster and Mitchell got the strikes for Wick-stead as they enjoyed a 4-1 success over Crewe Corinthians, who replied through Peberdy.
Nantwich Young Farmers and Red Lion Wybunbury managed 2-1 wins over Faddiley and Wrenbury respectively. Cornes and Pier-point scored for the Farmers with Harlet getting the goal for Faddiley. Liddle and Chat-terton were on target for Red Lion with Parker replying for Wrenbury.
Willaston White Star and Betley could not be separated after a 3-3 draw. Caldwell, Hampshire and Chandler were the Star marksmen while the Betley strikes came from Yates, Shaw and Muncey.
In the Crewe and District FA Concorde Sunday Vase, James Curbishley completed his hat-trick in extra-time to help Broughton United edge out Nags Head 4-3. Simon Lee got the other United goal, while Wayne Wright bagged a hat trick for Nags.
Fox Elworth squeaked past AC Wickstead 4-3, thanks to Evans (2), Hemmings and Matthews. AC goals came from Adams and Betteley (2).
A Lee Wilkinson double for Audlem DK was enough for a 2-1 win over Peacock/Willaston Villa, who struck through a magnificent 40-yard Warren Allott free-kick.
Unionese succumbed 4-1 to The Express. Coyle, Wright and Socha (2) got the goals for Express while Dodd grabbed the Unionese goal.
Three Lamps fired seven past Salvador, who only managed one in reply. Parker (2), O'Neal (2), Riley (2) and Bennett scored for the Lamps with Stevens (2) and Glover on target for Salvador. Goostrey overcame Beeston Hotel 4-1.
In the Crewe FA Junior Shield, Sandbach United made short work of Bentley in their 7-1 victory. David Coppenhall (2), Adam Shaw (2), Shaun Adams, Paul Barnett and James Jones did the damage, while Martin Warner got the Bentley consolation.
In the Crewe and District Football League, Curshaws struck through Lloyd Smith and Craig Radcliffe to edge Malpas, who struck through Adam Oldham.
Goals from Anthony Evans and Peter Jones helped Sandbach Town to a 2-1 win over Crewe Reserves, who netted through Jack Welch.
In the Cheshire and Border Counties League, a Hudson brace enabled Crewe Athletic to end Black Bear's unbeaten run with a 2-1 win which kept them top of Division One.
A brace apiece from Whittaker and Baddiley helped PSV Alsager to a 4-2 win over The Brunel, who struck through Guilfayle and Sinclair.
A double by Prendergast helped Rode Heath overcome Mere Inn 3-1, while goals from Lennon, Palin and Brown helped Alsager OC to a 3-1 win over Military Arms (Smith).
In Division Two, The Bank maintained good form with a 2-1 win at Oak. Gibson netted for the Oak, but Anthony's brace earned the victory.
Leisure Club went down 4-2 to Haslington Villa. Walker and Garratt netted for Leisure Club, while Villa's goals came from Taylor, Flaharly and Sanderson (2).