FLYING Lady finally bagged their first league win of the season to move out of the relegation zone with a convincing 5-1 romp against Faddiley in the Crewe Regional Sunday Football League.
Pete Whitehead, David Yoxall, Graham Mask-ery, Pete Kulak and Steve Norton were on target, with Rich Goddard netting for Faddiley.
At the top, Bentley Motors kept their 100% record as Leroy Jones, Paul Larvin and a Gareth Brookes double gave them a 4-0 win over Boot & Shoe Villa.
White Lion lost ground as they could manage only a 2-2 draw with Betley. Griggs and Briggs scored for Lion with Nick Chapman getting both for Betley.
Willaston White Star also managed a 2-2 draw with Nantwich Young Farmers. Jimmy Costigan bagged a brace for Star with Sherwin and Dodd netting for the Farmers.
Crewe Corinthians slid to the bottom of the table as they went down 2-1 to Wrenbury. Newton and Griffiths scored for Wrenbury with Jez Tagg getting the solitary reply for Corinthians.
In Division One, referee shortages meant games involving Beeston Hotel against Railway Hotel and Fox Elworth against The Express were postponed.
AC Wickstead went back to the top, rattling in 11 without reply against luckless Cheshire Rangers. Adams, Tomkinson and Zidek all bagged a pair, with Stockton netting four. The other strike for AC came from Heaton.
The Pownall brothers, Craig and Vincent, both managed to score for AFC Barkode as they ran out 4-0 winners over The Vine. Walton and Thompson made up the tally for AFC.
Another 2-2 draw involved JTS Wistaston and Salvador.
The Crewe & District League staged the first round of its AJ Cook Trophy knock out on Saturday, and all bar one of the results went to the form book.
The shock came from lowly First Division Wheatsheaf Wanderers, who defeated Premier opponents Bunbury 4-3.
Matty Brennan, Steve Deakin, James Hutchin and James Collins scored for Wheatsheaf and Richie Moss (2) and Andy Fairland replied.
Curshaws were in rampant mood, winning at Winnington Reserves 7-0. Andy Jackson hit a hat trick, Tim Lamb (2), and Paul Richardson and Simon Foster bagged one each for the victors.
Holders MMU Cheshire went through to the second round when they beat Malpas 3-0. Leo Richards, Stephen Richards and Danny Lennon scored.
Congleton Athletic had Joe Pollard (2) and Alex Davies goals to their credit in their 3-1 victory over Kidsgrove Carpets, who scored through Joel Ward.
Winnington Avenue enjoyed a 3-1 success when Crewe Reserves visited. Dave Ashley, Craig Millington and Gareth Richards netted the Winnington goals and Paul Brown for Crewe.
Sandbach Town had the edge over Cuddington when the game ended 2-1 in their favour. Mike Thompson and Richie Heras stuck for Town and John Stone for Cuddington.
Lostock Reserves scored through James Kimber and Jack Bryning but went down 4-2 to Sandbach United after Ben Morgan, Chris Jackson, Danny Coppenhall and Martin Pohlod all responded for United. Sandbach failed to attend their fixture with Bentley.
Crewe Athletic beat Military Arms 2-0 in the Cheshire Border Counties Sunday League Division One Cup.
Brunel were victorious over Haslington Villa 5-3in the Division Two cup. Elsewhere, Nags Head won 5-1 at Cumberland, Malbank sank The Oak 2-0 at home and Boot & Show claimed victory at the Three Lamps.
In the Mid-Cheshire Sunday League Division One, Goostrey Athletic battled back from 3-2 down to clinch a dramatic 4-3 win against Castle Private, thanks to goals from Rob Walker (2), Dave O'Shea and Gavin Faulkner.
* NANTWICH Town's visit to Bacup Borough was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch on Saturday. The Dabbers host Newcastle Town on Tuesday night.