THIRTEEN proved a lucky number for greedy Bentley Motors who thrashed Faddiley in the Crewe Regional Sunday League Premier Division Knockout Cup.
Daryl Scarlett devoured six for himself, Leroy Jones gobbled up four, Gareth Brookes got a brace and Dave Thomasson completed the 13-0 success for the Motormen.
Nathan Shaw and Andy Archer struck to help Betley ease through 2-0 against Wrenbury, while Wickstead and White Lion need a replay after their 3-3 draw.
Hancock (2) and Lighthowler kept nudging Wickstead ahead, but each time Lion bagged equalisers through Sumner, Price and Tyrell.
In the Division One Knockout Cup, injuries hampered Audlem DK as they went down 8-3 to The Express. Cronshaw, Antonio, and Kelly got the DK goals but hattricks from Bell and Socha, along with singles from Reddock and Jones gave The Express the win.
Peacock/Willaston Villa got the better of a 10-goal thriller against Railway Hotel. Evans, Sharpe, Stafford, Charlesworth (2) and Heath struck in their 6-4 win, while O'Neil, Tim Jervis, Blackburn and Parker replied.
A Dave Williams treble was sufficient for Salvador to see off JTS Wistaston, whose solitary goal came from Kyle Brogun.
In league action, Sydney Arms regained top spot in Division One with a 2-1 win over Beeston Hotel.
Steve Nurton and Andrew Sutton got the Sydney goals, while Richard Jones hit the net for Beeston.
In the Crewe and District League on Saturday, Combined Division Leaders Sandbach United suffered their second league defeat of the season.
Rob Phillips netted the all-important goal for hosts Winnington Avenue in their 1-0 win.
Congleton Athletic went level with the leaders after beating Winnington Reserves 3-1.
James Pond scored for the Winnington second string but a brace from Mark Shuker and a single from Rob Negus earned the away success. Bentley had Dan Zoka (2) and Steve Wilson to thank for their 3-0 win over Sandbach.
In the Cheshire and Border Counties League, Rode Heath (Dimmock (2), Hurt) went top of the Division One with a 3-2 win over Alsager Old Corinthians.
A hat-trick from Quinn could not help Blazer, who went down 5-4 to Scholar Green, while goals from Welsby, Bloor and Smith helped Military Arms overcome Mere Inn (Burns) 3-1.
In Division Two, Farmers (Lomas, S Byron, D Byron) moved into top spot with a 3-2 win over The Oak (Gibson, Andrews).
A double from Davies helped Unionese to a 2-0 win over Eight Farmers. Haslington Villa overcame Boot and Shoe 2-0 thanks to goals from Tonks and Flaherty.