Hazelhurst book their spot in the Division One Cup final with victory over FC Clayton



THE Potteries and District League has joined the rest of grassroots football by suspending all games indefinitely.

The decision was taken following a directive from the Football Association.

League chairman Peter Hicks said: “We at the PDSL will be following the issued advice and all games involving our clubs will be postponed. The clubs will be informed.

Also all associated meetings are cancelled until further notice.

“These are unprecedented times and we must all be aware of the seriousness of the situation. It is everyone’s interest that we remain vigilant at all times.”

The North Staffs Junior Youth League has also followed suit.

The league are also recommending their teams don’t arrange friendlies or training and say no Ladsandads venues will be made available for that.

On Sunday, Hazelhurst FC booked their place in the PDSL Division One Cup final with a 4-1 victory at FC Clayton.

Scott Griffiths scored for the Clayton outfit, but Hazelhurst won the tie with goals from Matthew Statham, Jay Jones, Ashley Thompson and Ashley Kowarin.

Musician FC ar through to the Division Two Cup semi-finals following their 2-1 win at Fulford United and in the Premier Cup, Greenhoff’s were 2-1 winners at Wood Park Wulruds.

Two league games went ahead and in the Premier Division, Silverdale Athletic moved up one place to third-bottom with a 3-2 victory at Adderley Green.

Ashley Moore and Dave Ottley were the scorers for Adderley Green.

And in Division Two, AFC Knave went goal crazy to move into second place in Division Two with a 12-0 victory are Moorcroft Community Click.

Knave are chasing three trophies this season, including the Division Two title and cup and did their chances no harm with their latest league win which takes them to within three points of leaders Meir KA with a game in hand.

Shaun Biddulph was in top form, scoring four of the goals for Knave, with Jack Copeland (2), Josh Bowden (2), James Williams, Dave Hughes, Keenan Rose and Will Bennett also on the scoresheet.

Tean Veterans were 4-3 winners over Jolly Potter Hartshill, thanks to goals from Ian Young, Dave McPherson, Elliott Millin and Calvin Clarke, while Abbey Hulton opened up a four-point lead over Silverdale Athletic after beating them 3-2 with goals from Dave Harper, Delroy Fox and Gary Gibson.

Just two games went ahead in the UTTOXETER AND DISTRICT LEAGUE and Waterhouses made it 10 league wins out of 10 to close the gap on Division Two leaders Bramshall FC to nine points with four games in hand as the battle for the title hots up.

Martin Hudson, Daniel Buxton, Adam Taylor, Sam Wainwright and Ash Critchlow were the scorers for Waterhouses.

Uttoxeter Dominoes are through to the third round of the Ken Green Memorial Trophy following a 4-1 victory over

Sudbury FC.

Dale Boot helped himself to two of the goals, with Lee Mills and Jack Grzesiak also on the scoresheet.

Crewe Athletic moved five points clear at the top of the CREWE REGIONAL LEAGUE Premier Division with a 7-0 home win over Faddiley. Matty Birchall helped himself to a hat-trick, with Nathan Tickle (2), Josh  Clarke and Josh Dunne completing the scoring.

NHB were 4-1 winners at Salvador with goals from Chris Shore, Frank Farrington, Andy ward and Peter Caine.

In Division One, leaders Bridge Inn lost 5-2 at Princes Feathers, who recorded only their second league win of the season.

Scorers for Feathers were Peter Hayes, Lewis Larkin, Dean Richard, Adam Pickford and Kineh Habib, with Owen Porter and Damian Sloan replying for Bridge Inn.

The final of the Crewe FA Sunday Vase will be contested by Old Star and Talbot after victories over Broadhurst and Sandbach Town respectively.

Old Star were 5-1 winners over Broadhurst with goals from Jamie Cain (2), Terry Cain (2) and Owen Wynne, while Talbot were 2-1 winners over Sandbach, thanks to goals from Dan Jones and Brandon Grindley.

Mary Dendy and Crewe Town Jaguars took a point each from a 1-1 draw in the CREWE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE.

It was the only league game played, while Halfway House beat Sandbach Curshaws 5-1 in the Crewe FA Junior Shield and Winsford Saxons were 3-1 winners over Crewe Reserves.





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