CREWE Corinthians crushed Railway Hotel 10-1 in the result of the weekend.
Jez Tagg and Kevin Sharp both bagged four apiece with a brace from Wayne Beggs completing the rout in the Division One Knock-Out Cup. Andy Truan got the strike for Railway, who had a man sent off in the first half.
Goals from Bebbington and Newton were enough for Peacock/Willaston Villa to see off Salvador and AC Wickstead went and smashed five against the Vine without reply. Scorers were Stockton, Jones, Betteley and Tomkinson with a brace.
Beeston Hotel and Nantwich Town Regional must replay since they could not be separated in a 2-2 draw. James and Briscoe scored for Beeston with Spruce and Lawton replying for Town.
In the Premier Division Knock-Out Cup, goals from Price, Griggs and Chevannes gave White Lion a 3-0 lead at the break. But a tremendous fightback from Betley in the second period, with goals from Leighton, Dean, Low and Muncey, ensured they progressed.
Faddiley and Nantwich Young Farmers needed extra time after Phil Cornes for the Farmers cancelled out a Danny Massey strike. In the first period of extra time James Lomas and Chris Dodd added to the Farmers' tally and, although Faddiley pulled one back via Dave Hanson, it was all to no avail.
Bentley Motors hammered Ancient Briton 5-1 with goals from father and son John and Daryl Scarlett, Melling and a Larvin double.
In the only Premier Division game a Barry Murrell double was sufficient for Willaston White Star to edge past Wrenbury.
In the single Division One game AFC Barkode easily overcame Sydney Arms by a 4-1 margin. Brothers Craig and Vinnie Pownall hit the target for AFC with Mike Walton getting the other two. Andy Sutton scored the Sydney consolation.