NANTWICH Town U15s suffered extra-time heartbreak after producing a stirring cup fight-back, on Sunday.
The teenagers found themselves 2-0 down in the Cheadle and District League Challenge Cup semi-final to Milton Rangers, but hit back through Josh Hollingworth and Danny Mountford. But they were left gutted when Milton nicked the winner late in extra-time.
The U14s (Josh Lane) pipped Longton Harriers 1-0, while the U13s (Russell Hadifh, James Southern, Elliot Steventon, Brian Minshull) hammered Cheadle Juniors 4-0.
The U9s were crushed 9-0 by Newcastle Town, but the U11s (Josh Graveson, Gavin McKeith, Hayden Teanby) were too good for Leek CSOB.
In the Potteries Junior Youth League Cup quarter-final, Nantwich U15s (Matt Freeman, Nathan Southern, Adam Woodall) enjoyed a 3-0 win over Leek CSOB.
In the South Cheshire Youth League, the U13s (Charlie Mills 2, Josh Foster) pipped Betley FC Hawks 3-2, while the U12 Diablos (Jake Bedford, Lewis Bruce) saw off Team Status 2-0.
Sandbach United U8 Falcons (Charlie Edwards) lost 7-0 and 4-1 to Frodsham Park. The U9 Tigers (Alex Trevelyan) lost 1-0 and 7-1 to Congleton Vale.
The U11 Eagles (Mike Williams, Harry Edwards, Andy Ward) beat Tarvin 3-0, and the U12s Falcons (Jack Moran, James O'Reilly) beat Weaverham 2-0.
The U13 Eagles (Steven Ronald, Alex Colquhoun 2, Dominic Cull) drew 4 -4 with Macclesfield Boys, while the U13 Tigers (Joe Aystin) lost 3-1 to Nantwich Town.
The U14 Eagles (Ryan Stubbs, Luke Hanlon, OG) drew 3-3 with Middlewich Town, while the U14 Falcons lost 1-0 to Winsford Over.
The U16 Eagles (Matt Jones, Danny Taylor, Sam Parr) won 3-1 at Congleton Vale, while the U17 Tigers lost 1-0 to Macclesfield Boys.
Crewe and Nantwich Girls U10s (Sophie Brooks, Eve Davenport 2) continued their winning streak with a first-round success over Great Sutton in the Cheshire County FA Girls Knockout Cup.
* Red.Dot United are aiming to take the Alexandra Soccer Centre League by storm.
And the U8s outfit look like champions after being kitted out by Red.Dot Estate Agents in Sandbach, who also stumped up their registration and insurance fees.