United enjoy victory on the road, while Town suffer defeat
TWO games went ahead in Division One of the Potteries and District League and there was mixed fortunes for the two Cheadle Clubs. United were 3-2 winners at Knave FC, but bottom club Town went down 5-1 at Silverdale Athletic.
Dan Bloor, Dan Carr and Steve Booth scored for Cheadle United in their 3-2 win at Knave, who replied with two goals from Mitch Marcisz.
It’s as you were at the top of the Premier Division after the leading four teams had to be content with a point each from drawn games. Staffordshire Knot stay top following a 1-1 draw with fourth-placed Butchers Arms, while second-placed Sneyd drew 2-2 at home to third-placed Greenhoff’s. Oliver Putman put Staffordshire Knot 1-0 up in the first half against Butchers Arms at Blythe Bridge, but Danny Glover popped in an equaliser in the second half.
Dean Smith and Jason Hulme scored for Sneyd in their 2-2 home draw with Greenhoff’s.
Bignall End were 6-1 winners at AFC Trent Tavern, thanks to goals from Oliver Brereton, Rob Tideswell, Callum Tunstall, Jordan Quick, Ash Humpage and Elliot Spooner, with Josh Oultram on the scoresheet for Tavern.
Adderley Green picked up three points from their 3-0 win at Loggerheads.
Ash Moore, Tommy Cooke and Paul Heath were the scorers for Green.
Into the PDSL/CITY Traders Division Two where leaders Moorcroft United lost their first game of the season, going down 5-0 at secondplaced Keele University, who are now just a point behind Moorcroft with a game in hand.
Joseph Mason (2), Harry Grange (2) and Elliot Kitchen scored for Keele.
Windmill Werrington remain in third place following their 7-1 home win over Fulford United. Simon Marshall and Joseph Hill both netted hattricks, with Drew Muller also on the scoresheet.
James Lee netted three times as Social Services beat Black Cock 6-2, with the other goals coming from Callum Matthews, Shaun Hollins and John Marshall and Luke Teague, James Kania, Scott Weston and Leighton Jones scored for Red Lion Hartshill as they chalked up their first win of the season with a 4-0 win over bottom club AFC Click. Michael Lennon, Matt Killeen, Gary Gibson, Andy Taylor and Dean Owen scored for Abbey Hulton in their 5-2 win over Newcastle Athletic in the Veteran’s Division.
Cheadle Rovers held on to top spot in the UTTOXETER AND DISTRICT LEAGUE Division One, but they were made to fight all the way by Uttoxeter Dominoes for the three points. Harry Smith and Fraser Bradbury scored for Rovers in a 2-1 win, with Josh Hudson on target for Dominoes.
JCB Lakeside moved into second spot with a 4-1 home win over Bird in Hand, thanks to Matt Redshaw and Tom Harvey who scored two apiece.
Uttoxeter Town beat Bulls Head 9-1. Aaron Lakin
(2), Aaron Landells (2),
Evan Richardson (2), Joe Avery, Kyle Young and Ash Hudson scored for Town, with Liam Brown netting the consolation for Bulls Head. Lakeside travel to take on leaders Rovers this Sunday. Doveridge FC moved to the top of Division Two with a 3-2 home win over Tean Rangers.
James Ingram scored all three for Doveridge, with Aaron Davies and Jamie Clayton on target for Rangers.
Bramshall (Adam Rowlinson, Liam Coates) were 2-1 winners at Stone Town (Josh Wood).
Churnet Valley are through to the semi-finals of the Staffs FA Sunday Cup following a 2-0 win at White Hart, the goals coming from Andrew Coxon and Joe Proctor, but Sudbury FC lost 3-0 at Leek League outfit Buxton Stags in the Sentinel Sunday Cup.
Tean Albion progressed to the second round of the
Ken Green Memorial Trophy with a 4-0 home win over AFC Ipstones. Ian Younug (2), Jono Goodall and Chris Mason scored for Albion. And Tuns FC 2014 made it into the third round with a similar score against Stone Outlanes.
Two goals apiece from
Mick Shaw and Macauley Greensmith wrapped up their 4-0 win.
COORS Premier Division Chell Heath Knave proved too strong for Division Two promotion contenders Anchor Athletic, from Teanford, as they claimed a 5-2 away win in the Bill Slater League Cup.
James Tune and Jordan Heath netted for Anchor, but two goals from Carenton Turner and strikes from Luke Standeven, Josh Bowden and Callum Myatt sent Chell Heath through in the thirdround clash.
Cheadle Town’s Sam Roden, right, moves in to challenge Silverdale Athletic’s Alex Djukic during the PDSL Division One match at the weekend.