Football: Cup-holders crash out as Meek bags treble
HOLDERS Cobridge Community Centre crashed out of the Staffs FA Premier Cup at the first hurdle.
Danny Meek hit a hat-trick as they lost 5-1 at fellow Coors League outfit Bignall End.
Jordan Booth and Dan Johnson were also on the mark.
Baddeley Green took the honours for the Potteries and District League when they clashed with Coors outfit Miners Arms Milton.
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Theo Stair (2), Mick Machin and Alex Wright were on target in a 4-3 Baddeley Green win. Andrew Piekarcyk , Dane Jackson and Nathan Grice replied.
Josh Graham claimed a treble as Potteries League Premier Division leaders Sneyd hammered Stafford outfit Luckpenny Rangers 9-0.
Darren Chadwick (2), Andy Carter, Mark Lawton, Tom Winkle and Rob Ford were also on target.
Porthill Park needed extra-time to see off Rugeley United, with Marc Holmes, Nick Dean, Dave Leighton and Matt Smith their scorers.
Aaron Rigby, Jake Hall and Elliot Hackney were on target for Six Towns United in a 4-3 defeat at Strollers 82, while Joe Humphries and Craig Millward scored for Shamblers in a 3-2 loss at Brereton Town.
Butt Lane White Star crashed 6-2 at home to South Staffs side Belt Road, while Cheadle United were unable to put out a team to take on Red White & Blue from Cannock.
In the Staffs Sunday Challenge Cup, Jimmy Gartside struck four times as Potteries and District side New Finney Gardens beat Coors League rivals Biddulph 8-1.
Scott Cotton and Liam Clay were on the scoresheet as Blurton WMC beat Chesterton 2-1, while Dave Harry netted a brace as Grapes Newchapel eased past Foaming Quart 3-1.
Karl Bradshaw found the net four times for Blythe Bridge Town in their 6-2 win at Queens Head, while Mitch Finney bagged a brace in Cheadle United Reserves' 5-2 success at The Wagon.
Jordan Peach scored all of Caverswall's goals in a 4-3 home win over Blurton Joker, and Eddie Bentley hit two in Loggerheads' 3-1 success over Stafford side Gnosall.
City Traders League sides tasted success as Dresden United and Black Lion both progressed.
Dresden, the Premier Division leaders, beat Potteries outfit Grange Park Rangers 5-1.
Ben Lees and Josh Thorpe both bagged braces, while an own goal made up their tally.
Black Lion overcame Keele University 3-1, with Matty Barlow taking his tally for the season to 13 with a brace of goals.
The Leek and District League were represented by three teams, but only one was successful.
Elmo's Celtic played Uttoxeter and District League side The Star and won 7-2.
Will Bown led the way with a hat-trick, while Ollie Mellor, Jamie Pointon and Jimmy McMullen were also on the scoresheet.
AFC Blue Mugge took the lead at Fulford through Greg Johnson, but an equaliser from Peter Birks took the game into extra-time. With no further scoring, Fulford won the penalty shoot-out 3-2.