NANTWICH Young Farmers hit Flying Lady for six in the Crewe Regional League Premier Division Knockout Cup semi-final.

Doubles from Phil Cornes and Richard Ford were backed by strikes from Dave Sherwin and Chris Dodd. Graham Maskery got the consolation for Lady.

In the other semi, a solitary goal from Leroy Jones was enough to get Bentley Motors past Nantwich Wanderers and in to the final.

In the Division One Knockout Cup semi-finals, AC Wickstead (Brendon Stockton, Adrian Zidek) needed extra time to dismiss The Express (Aidy Socha).

Railway Hotel were much more convincing in their semi-final (Adam Parker, Andy Truan, Kev Clarke 2) hammered AFC Barkode 4-0.

In the Premier Division, Betley (Andy Archer 2, Wayne Goodall, Stuart Jennings) won the battle of the basement 4-1 against Faddiley.

Crewe Corinthians (Jez Tagg, Steve Jones) lost 8-2 to Wickstead, who had a Paul Foster hat-trick among their goals. Willaston White Star (Robert Shore) pipped White Lion 1-0.

In Division One, Audlem DK (Joe Ragdale 5, Gary Gordon 3, Ian Carr 2) hammered Cheshire Rangers 10-0 to go top.

Fox Elworth (Mike Halleran, Mike Simmons, Kyle Murray) saw off the Vine (Martin Serventi) 3-1. Beeston Hotel (Shaun Marsh, Kevin Rogerson, Rob Jones) got the odd goal in a 3-2 scoreline with JTS Wistaston.

In the Crewe and District League, Premier Division leaders Sandbach United (Chris Jackson) were made to battle all the way to edge Winnington Avenue 1-0.

Crewe Reserves (Adam Landstrom) lost 3-2 to Congleton Athletic (Eddie Pollard, Tim Allen, James Hewitt), while Bentley (Jon Dawson 2) fell 5-2 to Bunbury (Tom Kershaw 2, Jonathan Stubbs, Richie Moss, Steve Lightfoot).

In Division One, leaders Lostock Reserves (Dominic Johns, James Kimber, Ben Harrison, Jack Bryning) thumped Wheatsheaf 4-1.

Kidsgrove Carpets (Martin Smith) defeated Cuddington 1-0. Rock-bottom Winnington Reserves ( Matthew Bestall, Steve Wilding) surprised Sandbach Town (Anthony Evans) 2-1.

In the Cheshire and Border Counties League Division One, leaders Horseshoe (OG) lost to second-placed Military Arms (Thorley, Jackson) 2-1. Bottom club Scholar Green went down 2-0 to Crewe Athletic (Davidson, Crimes).

In the Division One Cup, Black Bear (Shaw, Hough) overcame Rode Heath (Miller) 2-1. In Division Two, leaders Haslington Villa (Flaherty, Sutton) won 2-1 at Malbank (Davis).

Brunel (Marsh, Hunn) overcame Three Lamps 2-0, while Oak (Butcher 2, Haycock, Hughes, Bettley) booked their place with a 5-3 victory over Nags Head (Goulding 3).

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