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Cheshire Football League round up
10:10pm Sunday 6th October 2013 in Sport
JB Parker Cup: Rylands progressed to the quarter finals of the JB Parker Cup as they beat Middlewich Town 2-0 at Gorsey Lane. A goal in each half from Liam Hayes ensured the Warrington side were rewarded for their control of the game and the score line might have been more emphatic had the Middlewich keeper not been in fine form.
The game started brightly with both sides attacking purposefully but it was Rylands who carved out the first opportunity when Joel Brownhill forced a smart save from Currie in the Middlewich goal.
Minutes later the lively Daniels had a good header blocked on the line as Rylands dominated possession.
The visiting keeper had to be alert again after twenty minutes when Lowe fired a shot from outside the area. At the other end Middlewich's Elliott Goryll saw his well placed effort comfortably save by Moor.
After 25 minutes, Rylands broke the deadlock when Liam Hayes fired a low left footed drive into the net after Middlewich had failed to clear a corner kick properly.
The tie may have been put beyond the visitors reach had further chances for Brownhill, Daniels and the impressive Jony Priest been converted but at the interval Rylands held a slender advantage.
The second period began with Middlewich enjoying their best spell of the game but they were unable to fashion any clear cut opportunities, although Simon Robinson might have done better when well placed and Moor had to display good handling in the Rylands goal after several corners in quick succession.
Gradually Rylands exerted control of the game and Currie saved well from Brownhill once more before Hayes fired his second goal of the game home direct from a free kick after 56 minutes following a foul on Ben Slater.
Minutes later Daniels raced clear but his chipped effort drifted inches wide of the Middlewich goal before substitute Dermody hit a low shot wide close to the end.
Division One A goal in each half from Reece Davies and James Pickford helped Knutsford to a 2-1 win at home against Garswood United which moves Knutsford up to the top of the table.
Joe Jennings scored in the first half for Barnton to see them go into half time level at 1-1 with Whaley Bridge and two late goals from Billy Webb secured a 3-2 victory for the home side to see Barnton slip into second place.
Crewe's 4-1 home win over Greenalls PSO saw them move to within a point of top spot thanks to goals from PJ Hudson, Anthony Tinsley and Stevie McNichol (2) Goals from Sam Didsbury, Craig Humphries and Stuart Tulloch (2) helped Rudheath Social to a 4-1 win at home against Pilkington.
Rudheath now sit a point behind top spot Knutsford, in fourth spot with only goal difference separating second to fourth. Rudheath have two games in hand over the top three teams and could go top if they win one of the two.
Tom Bane, Dave Owens and Philip Yuille all scored for Linotype CHN as they sneaked a 3-2 win away at Gamesley to move up to seventh, while goals from Chad Whyte and Scott Robinson turned around a 1-0 half time deficit to give Billinge a 2-1 win at home against Styal.
Division Two Congleton Vale moved four points clear at the top of Division Two following a 3-1 win away at Barnton Wanderers with goals from Damon Oakes, Ryan O'Reilly and Dan Buehler, while Sale Town finished 3-2 winners at Moore United thanks to goals from Reece Thompson (2) and Martin Vaughan Egerton ran riot as they finished 6-2 winners over Grappenhall Sports Simcock, Scott, Riley, Hughes, Clayton and West all hit home to secure Egerton's third win of the season and moved them up the table to twelfth spot.
The game between Daten and Malpas started at a fast pace and it was no surprise when Daten took the lead after 21 minutes when Chris Bevan's shot flew into the top corner of the net. This was followed up ten minutes later when Mitchell Southern found the top corner with another good finish to make it 2-0 to Daten. Although Malpas created a few openings they lacked the sharpness in the final third.
Malpas started the second half strongly and took the game to Daten but against the run of play Daten went 3-0 up when a thunder bolt from Calum Wilson hit home leaving Malpas with a mountain to climb. Malpas came to life when a good move down the right saw Luke Woollam pick out Alex Hughes in the box to make it 2-1. In the 70th minute Woollam fired in a quality cross which was headed home for 3-2. Malpas pushed for the equaliser and made chances but it was not to be as Daten finished 3-2 winners.
Division Two Cup After a goal-less first half between Penlake and Lostock Gralam, it was the away team who sprung into action first when Martin Bell gave Lostock a 1-0 lead in the 49th minute. Stephen Melville pulled one back for Penlake in the 67th minute, only for Sam Wakefield to restore Lostock's lead three minutes later. New signing Dan Kempson secured the win for Lostock in the 85th minute as he hit home to make it 3-1.
Mike Blundell and Andrew Whitney both scored twice as Sandbach United finished 5-1 winners over Maine Road Reserves. Jordan Erdman also scored for Sandbach, with Maine Road's goal coming from Andrew McEnerney.
Reserve Division Greenalls made it eight wins in eight as they finished 6-2 winners at Linotype CHN. Lee Deakin opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the eighth minute after he was brought down in the box by Linotype keeper Dan Killingbeck. This was soon followed up with goals from Ellis Houghton and Tom Lees (2) to give Greenalls a 4-0 lead at half time.
The second half saw Linotype mount a fight back with Jason Jones heading home in the 54th minute to make it 4-1. Greenalls responded three minutes later with a goal from Joe Woods to restore their four goal advantage. Leon Grandison scored again for Linotype to make it 5-2 but a mistake from Killingbeck allowed Ben McWilliams to collect the ball and score an easy tap in to secure maximum points for Greenalls.
Whaley Bridge also continued their run of form with a 3-0 win at home against Billinge. Tom Wildgoose opened the scoring in the 15th minute, which was doubled by Tom Scorer at the start of the second half. Wildgoose secured the points for Whaley with his second goal in the 65th minute.
Styal moved into third with a 5-0 win at home against Pilkington. Joe Swindells, Joe Knight (2) Connor Glass and Alex Whelan all scored to secure maximum points for Styal while Poynton and Grappenhall Sports played out a 0-0 draw.
Egerton secured their first victory of the season with a convincing 5-2 win over Daten. Jason Wright bagged a hat trick with further goals coming from Michael Simmons and Charlie Sheldron.
Reserve Division Cup: Denton Town finished 4-3 winners in an end to end game as they played host to Rylands in the first round of the cup.
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