FORMIDABLE Shavington Wanderers strolled to the Crewe Alex Soccer Centre U8s Winter League title by winning every match.
The talented youngsters, who are Ben Clark, Chris Speed, Daniel Keighley, George Cooper, Harry Coles, Matthew Minshull, Ryan Lawton and Travis Alcott, finished their season with a record of played 18, won 18.
They blasted in 92 goals and conceded just four.
Coach Mark Minshull, who is helped by Rob Alcott, said: 'Rob and myself are proud, but more importantly I know the players are thrilled too.'
Prolific strikers James and Nathan Southern smashed six between them for Nantwich Town junior teams in the Cheadle & District League.
James hit four past Maybank Rangers as the U11s cruised 6-2. Strikes from Elliot Steventon and Thomas Russell competed the rout.
Nathan bagged a double in the U14s 4-2 win over Fulford. Ash Shaw and Matt Freeman were also on target.
The club's U13s won 5-0 against South Moorlands, thanks to Nathan Cotterell (2), Tom Parkes, Rod McDonald and Jack Ford, while goals from Steve Pattinson (2), Ryan Beech (2), Jon Bedford, Gareth Oakley and Klodiou Kastrati helped the U15s to a 7-1 at Clayton Rangers. The U16s beat Kidsgrove 4-0, Large (2), Johnson and Hassall on the scoresheet.
In the Crewe Alex Soccer Centre League, the U8 Diablos won 3-2 against Wistaston United. Jordan Cotterell, Josh Wheeler and Jake Pearson were the scorers.
The U8 Dabbers also hit three past Wistaston United Tigers, this time with no reply. Nathan Hobson's brace and Chris Pickston did the damage.
Strikes from Gavin McKeith (2), Will Morgan-Wynn and Lewis Morley helped the U9 Diablos to a 4-1 win over against Team Status.
The U10 Dabbers beat their counterparts the Diablos with strikes from Jake Bedford, Tom Royle and Haydn Ford-Brown. Matt Beckley replied for the Diablos. The U10 Dynamos won 2-1 against SLB United B, thanks to Eddie Yoxall and Scott Burdekin.
In the South Cheshire Youth League, Nantwich's U12s were lost 6-0 to Biddulph Vics Raiders, while the U17-18s drew 2-2 with Crewe.
Nantwich Town are looking for youngsters aged six, seven and eight (before September 1, 2004) to join in coaching sessions. Contact Martin Stubbs on 01270 586162.
Boys and girls, of ages five-11, can attend Nantwich's community football sessions every Saturday from 9.30-11am. They take place at Malbank School and Wrenbury School.
Half-term coaching courses for youngsters aged five-16 are being held at Malbank and Wrenbury schools, on February 15, 16 and 17. Ring Steve Davis on 07833 672432 or John Brydon on 07810 645100.
Spoils were shared between Sandbach United U10s and Winsford Diamonds U10s. Winsford won the first game 1-0, but Sandbach hit back with a 3-1 victory, Harry Holloway (2) and James Affleck on target.
Anyone interested in sponsoring Sandbach United is asked to call Myles Hanlon on 07736 731144.
Crewe and Nantwich U14 girls beat Warrington U14 girls 3-1 on Sunday, thanks to goals from Emily Cadwallader (2) and Lucy Hughes.
Crewe and Nantwich U12 girls toppled Sandbach with a 4-0 win, thanks to goals from Georgina Dowding (2), Jessica Mason and Charlotte Baker. The team's game against Frodsham was a 0-0 draw.