KNUTSFORD FC will conclude a busy August with a trip to Golborne Sports on Saturday, kick-off 2pm.

Reds are currently holding down second place in Cheshire Football League One, five points behind leaders Upton JFC (Chester).

They have played three matches since the Guardian went to press last week, winning two and losing one.

Jimmy Woodward hit the mark twice and Greg Mathers added another in a 3-1 win at Cheadle Heath Nomads Reserves.

They were beaten 2-0 at home by Vulcan on Saturday, while last Wednesday they were 3-0 victors at Bollington Town with Charlie Sheldon, Brad West and Charlie Rodick were on target.

Meanwhile in the Premier Division, Egerton fell 3-2 at home to Poynton on Saturday following a 3-2 home win against Whaley Bridge Athletic last Wednesday.

The Yellows will head to Lostock Gralam on Saturday, kick-off 2pm.


Alderley Edge lead by 24 points at the top of the Cheshire County Cricket League Premier Division.

At the weekend they won by 54 runs at home to Nantwich in a high-scoring game which produced 463 runs.

Toft outclassed Oxton by 124 runs, with Jimmy Lomas scoring a key 51 at number nine.

Mobberley did well to beat Cheadle Hulme by 51 runs in Division Two, Sohaib Butt enjoying a return of 6-44 as Hulme were dismissed for 71.


Premier League: Alderley Edge 259-8 beat Nantwich 204; Brooklands 195 beat Cheadle 137; Grappenhall 240 beat Hyde 95; Toft 191-9 beat Oxton 67; Didsbury 123 lost to Chester 129-6; Widnes 101-2 beat Neston 97.

Division One: Bowdon 63-1 beat Congleton 59; Bramhall 216 lost to Timperley 117-5; Lindow 255-8 beat Alvanley 152; Sale 193-7 beat Macclesfield 192; Stockport Georgians 207-8 lost to Oulton Park 208-9; Urmston 194-8 drew with Romiley 259-9.

Division Two: Bollington 141 lost to Ashton on Mersey 147; Davenham 111-5 beat Hale Barns 110; Haslington 191-8 beat Marple 139; Mobberley 122 beat Cheadle Hulme 71; Port Sunlight 180-2 beat Christleton 179; Stockport 149-9 lost to NE Cheshire 150-7.

Division Three: Ashley 109 lost to Maritime 274; Heaton Mersey 215-6 beat Barrow 100; Northwich 44 Kingsley 97; Tattenhall 164 beat Warrington 157; Upton 210-9 beat Oakmere 97; Winnington Park 151-9 lost to Hawk Green 154-7.