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Tie sparks goal rush from Motors

BENTLEY Motors found top gear in their delayed WC Barker Memorial Trophy second round tie against The Express.

BENTLEY Motors found top gear in their delayed WC Barker Memorial Trophy second round tie against The Express.

John Scarlett led the scoring spree with four goals in an 8-0 romp, with Jones, Piggott, Forrester and Brookes also on target.

In a third round tie, Sydney Arms defeated Hop Pole 6-4 after extra time, despite trailing 3-0 at one stage.

David Gregory's treble and strikes from Peter Robinson, Robert Hadzik and Adam Cotterill saw Sydney through, while Liam McDonald scored twice and James Watts and Michael Much once each for Pole.

In the Crewe Regional League the battle for second spot in the Premier Division was won by Betley after a 3-1 win at Faddiley.

Dean, Berrisford and Ashworth scored for Betley, with Dawson replying for Faddiley.

Willaston White Star thumped Wrenbury 5-0, with Murrell netting four times and Shore once, while Ancient Briton edged out Frog and Ferret 3-2 with goals from Alan Yen, Dean Cornock and Matt Nicholls. Ryan Jardine and Ross Willington replied for Frog.

In Division One the top-of-the-table clash saw second-placed Clay Lane defeat lead-ers The Elephant 1-0 to take over at the summit.

In the battle of the Hotels, Railway had an excellent 3-0 win over Beeston, with Ellis, Kay and Truan all on target.

Peacock defeated Fox Elworth 4-2 with goals from Martin Heath, Mark Char-lesworth, Adrian Stafford and Aaron Newton, while Steve Bushill bagged both for Fox.

The other game saw Wickstead run out 3-0 winners over The Vine. PSV Alsager stayed in pole position in Division One of the Cheshire and Border Counties Sunday League with a 3-1 win at Military Arms.

Whittaker scored twice and Rowe once for the league leaders, with Canavan the Miltary marksman.

Alsager Cricket Club remain unbeaten following a 4-3 win over Celtic Rangers.

Jones hit a hat-trick for Rangers but ended up on the losing side as a Thompson brace and goals from Palin and Wheeton gave the Cricket Club the points.

Goodwin was another to score a hat-trick, but his treble, together with a Coddington goal, gave Alsager Old Corinthians a 4-0 win over Rode Heath.

Coppenhall moved back to the top of Division Two after a 6-1 thrashing of Broughton Arms.

Costiean, Grimes and Grant all scored two apiece for Coppenhall.

Mere Inn dropped to second following a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Dynamo K, whose win was sealed by a Kelly brace.

Bottom club Unionese lost 4-2 to Bank despite a Keegan double. M Antony hit a hat-trick for Bank, whose other goal came from Chege.

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