Football: Lakeside 'butchered' in Memorial final
FORSBROOK Butchers Arms swept aside JCB Lakeside to claim the Ken Green Memorial honours in the Uttoxeter and District League.
Butchers, who had already secured second place in Division Two, pulled no punches against the winless Division One bottom side.
Matt Talbot (2), Steve Collins (2), Pete Cartlidge and Mark Brian set up a 6-2 thrashing, the biggest Ken Green final win in six years. Nick Longdon and Darren Bullock netted for JCB.
Two goals from Tom Harvey helped Uttoxeter Town A clinch the Subsidiary Cup. Town beat Doveridge 2-1 with Aden Johnson scoring for the Derbyshire side.
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NATHAN Cookson saved a penalty to help Golden Cup to a dramatic City Traders Division One title.
Cup travelled to second-placed Bignall End Reserves in a last-day decider, needing only a point to end their season on top.
They were leading in the 24th minute thanks to Connor Bithell and Cookson's heroics ensured it stayed that way until the break.
Dan Phillips levelled for Bignall, but they ended the season two points adrift, but at least with the consolation of having comfortably secured promotion.
SANDBACH Town hit FC Flyers for six to win the Cheshire Inter-league Cup.
The Crewe and District representatives found the net through Anton Evans (2), Fraser Kenna (2), Steve Gunby and Sam Thomas to rout the East Cheshire League's Flyers.
LEE Tawn's beautiful chip set Unicorn on their way to beat Leek Snooker Centre and lift the Leek and District League Subsidiary Cup.
An own goal and Jake Tadgwell effort ensured a 3-0 victory for the Congleton-based side at Leek Town's Harrison Park.
Elmo's and Dyers Arms will play their Adrian Leigh semi-final this evening fighting for a chance to take on AFC Blue Mugge in the final.