AFTER knocking their visitors out of the First Division Cup Middlewich completed an eight-day double at Seddon Street on Saturday and found things easier second time around.
They were much the better side, but only took a fraction of the chances they created while Greenall had only an occasional pop at goal.
Town boss Terry Murphy said: 'It was comfortable. Their manager was happy it was only 2-0.'
Middlewich took the lead when Mike Brandon was pulled back inside the box and Lee Murphy converted the penalty.
They won another spot kick soon after when Jonny Edwards was upended, but Murphy blazed the ball over the bar.
The clinching goal after the break was well executed.
Brandon started the move, Joey Roberts moved the ball on and Andy Whitney crossed for Brandon to finish with good control and a half-volley.
Winsford regular Lee Duckworth stood in at full back for Middlewich after flu victim Adam Morris withdrew. Murphy was substituted with what appeared to be a knee ligaments injury.
The game was the only one in the First Division to survive the weather. The Lostock-Monk match and all Reserve Division fixtures were postponed. Saturday: One - Knutsford v Middle-wich, Pilkington v Witton Res, Barnton v Lino-Cheadle; Two - Lostock v Whitchurch; Reserves - Middlewich v Gol-borne.