BENTLEY Motors and White Lion will meet in the final of the Crewe FA Sunday Cup on April 29 after seeing off their respective opposition at the weekend.
They beat Nantwich Young Farmers and Willaston White Star, respectively, by a 2-0 score line. Daryl Scarlett and Leroy Jones netted for Motormen while Dyson Leitch and Peter Griffiths got the Lion roaring to the final.
AC Wickstead reached the Crewe FA Vase final after needing extra time to get past Brunel Arms. There were no goals in normal time but strikes from Craig Harris, Brendon Stockton and Brian Adams, with Gerry Quinn netting for Brunel, in extra time booked AC into the final.
In the Premier Division of the Crewe Regional Sunday Football League, Nantwich Wanderers comfortably beat Crewe Corinthians 5-2.
Ashley Lawton helped himself to a hat-trick with Andrew Partington getting the other two for Wanderers. Jez Tagg and Dominic Marshall got the goals for Crewe Corinthians.
Flying Lady earned a creditable point against Wickstead in a 3-3 draw. Ryan Jardine, Craig Hawkey and Steve Nurton scored for Lady with Robbie Hancock (2) and Dean Cornock replying for Wickstead.
Betley continue to struggle down near the bottom and went down 3-1 to Boot & Shoe Villa. Graham Harrison, Lee Heath and Mark Charlesworth were on target for Villa with Carl Mottram getting the lone strike for Betley.
Audlem DK moved back to the top of Division One after overwhelming Cheshire Rangers 12-2. Gary Gordon bagged seven, Gary Johnson netted a brace and there were singles for Joe Ragdale, Gary Shaw and Lee Wilkinson.
Chris Hobbs and Alex Taylor netted for Rangers who could easily have had more.
The Express slipped up against Fox Elworth, losing 2-1. Socha got his usual goal for The Express but Simmons and Halleran scored for Fox to give them the points and knock The Express off their perch. The Vine went down 6-0 to AFC Barkode.
Meanwhile, Bunbury grabbed a much-needed away victory in their battle against relegation from the Premier Division of the Crewe & District League.
They beat hosts Winnington Avenue 3-1 with Shaun Doolan, John Stubbs and Rob Okell on target. Peter Riley scored for Winnington.
Malpas and Bentley played out a 3-3 draw with Adam Holden netting a brace and a Jim Howarth strike for the home side. Martin Bostock (2) and Jason Nolan were on target for Bentley.
Division One leaders Lostock Reserves suffered a surprising 2-5 defeat away at Kidsgrove Carpets. Martin Smith (2), Joel Ward, Nicky Dawson and Andy Ford provided the Kidsgrove goals, with James Kimber and Dominic Johns for Lostock.
Cuddington remain in second place after being held 2-2 by Wheatsheaf, Richie Mason and Ben Lawless scored for Cuddington but Calum Hassall and James Hutchin earned Wheatsheaf their point.
Sandbach Town had Anthony Evans (2), Pete Jones and Danny Reeves on target in their 4-1 romp over visitors Winnington Reserves, with Martin Sayles hitting the Winnington consolation.
In the South Cheshire Border Counties League, leaders Horseshoe opened up a five-point gap in Division One thanks to a 3-1 win over Rode Heath.
Brown netted two and Prendergast got the third with Burns finding the net for Rode Heath. Blazer and Crewe Athletic shared the points in their 1-1 draw, Barrett netting for the Blazer with Grimes replying for Crewe Athletic.
In the Division One Cup, Black Bear overcame SLB Cars 3-1. On target for the Bear were Thompson, Dale and Cole and Antony replied for SLB.
In Division Two, leaders Malbank were held to a 3-3 draw by Nags Head. Jones (2) and one from Davies were the scorers for Malbank, while Nags goals came from Goulding, Moss and Wainwright.
Second-placed Potting Shed were held to a 2-2 draw by the Three Lamps - Shaw and Stoller netted for Potting Shed, with Roberts and Moulton replying for Three Lamps.
In the Division Two cup, Haslington Villa saw off Boot & Shoe 8-0. Flaherty and Sanderson both netted hat-tricks, with Boston and an own goal making up the scoreline.