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SNEYD booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Staffs FA Sunday Premier Cup with a whopping 6-1 victory over Warstones Wanderers.
Wolverhampton-based Wanderers felt the full force of a Sneyd team taking the Premier Division by storm this season.
Sneyd, managed by Port Vale duo Tom Pope and Adam Yates, have won eight of their nine Premier Division matches so far this season in an unbeaten start.
On Sunday, they took their excellent form into the Sunday Premier Cup and had the match virtually won by half-time as they found themselves 3-0 up.
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Josh Graham (2), Darren Chadwick (2), Mark Lawton and Rob Ford were the scorers for Sneyd, who meet Coors League Premier Division leaders Gardeners Arms for a place in the semi-finals.
Adderley Green were knocked out of the Sentinel Sunday Cup when they came up against Leek and District Premier Division side Elmo's Celtic.
Ollie Mellor gave Celtic the lead at half-time and Stuart Robinson struck with a second-half effort to end Adderley Green's interest in the competition.
In the Sunday Challenge Trophy, Division Two side AFC Thistleberry saw off the challenge from Coors League Division Four side Canal Tavern to reach the quarter-finals.
Ben Biddulph (2), Ashley Leese and Ryan Haddrell scored the goals to set up a meeting with City Traders side Longton Area for a place in the semi-finals.
The wet weather played havoc with most of the league programme with all scheduled Premier and Division One matches postponed because of waterlogged pitches.
In Division Two, Windmill Werrington chalked up their fifth league win of the season with an 8-2 home success over Gillow Heath, a team just above them in the table.
Windmill are now in sixth place, nine points behind second-placed Milton Wanderers, but they do have two games in hand.
The only other league game to go ahead was also a Division Two match, this time involving third-placed Birches Head and second-from-bottom outfit The Clough.
And it was Birches Head who came out on top, winning 2-1 to take over at the top of the table.
Simon Rabbit and Jamie Porter were on target for the new leaders, with Dan Brown pulling one back for The Clough from the penalty spot.