BLISTERING Ben Parker made it 10 goals in two games when he fired Railway Hotel into the final of the Crewe FA Sunday Vase.
Parker added four to the six he got against JTS Wistaston as Hotel overcame Leisure Club 6-4. Steve Kay and Hew Reece got the other Railway goals. They meet Fox Elworth in the final.
Crewe Athletic (Dukes, Masser) are in the final of the Crewe FA Sunday Cup after a 3-2 win over PSV Alsager (Forsyth, Jackson).
In the Crewe Regional League's WC Barker Memorial Trophy third round Crewe Corinthians (Gilbrane, Peberdy) edged past The Bank Regional (Bate) 2-1.
The Express went down 5-0 to Bentley Motors (Jones, Newton, Larvin, Scarlett, Thomasson).
In the Premier Division Red Lion Wybun-bury (Dawson) shared a 1-1 draw with White Lion (Ayers). Betley (Shaw, Archer) suffered a 5-2 reverse to Nantwich YF (Timony 2, Witter, Williams, Davenport).
Wickstead (Hancock, Mitchell 2, Forster) kept up the pressure on the top two with an impressive 4-1 win against Wrenbury (Neil Phillips).
In Division One Sydney Arms lost top spot after a 2-0 defeat to AC Wickstead (Bryan Adams, Chris Harris).
That result allowed Peacock/Willaston Villa (Warren Allott) to go top with a 1-0 win over Fox Elworth. The Vine (Alex Lloyd, Martin Serventi) turned in a super performance to ear a 2-1 success over AFC Barkode (Nick Harvey). JTS Wistaston are still looking for their first win after going down 3-0 to Beeston Hotel.
In the Crewe and District League a rampant Crewe Reserves side (Matt Smith, Wes Newton, Peter Kulack, Gary Johnston) went second with a 4-1 win over Bunbury (Alex Moore).
Bentley, who led 2-0 through Jamie Jarvis and Luke Benkhir, settled for a 2-2 draw after Zac Birchall and Adam Richards levelled for Sandbach United.
Sandbach Town (Peter Jones) also had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Winnington Reserves (Phil Cooper). Sandbach (Paul Burns, Chris Batten) enjoyed a 2-0 Inter-League Cup success over Phoenix. MMU Cheshire (Tom Broadbent) could not be separated from Club AZ when it finished 1-1 after extra-time, but went through 4-1 on penalties.
In the Cheshire and Border Counties League, Black Bear (Huff 3, Birkby 2, Butler 2, booked their place in the semi finals of the League Cup with a 7-0 win over Three Lamps.
A brace from Brown helped Alsager OC to a 2-1 victory over Scholar Green to reserve their semi-final place in the Division One Cup.
In Division One, bottom club Blazer over-came Military Arms (Smith) 2-1 thanks to goals from Peake and Aldington. Spilensky hit three as Mere Inn over came Brunel 5-1.