Weekend local football round-up: A precious point for Cheadle Town

Cheadle Town make a point.

CHEADLE Town fought out a goalless draw in their bottom-of-the-table battle with Ashbourne in the Staffs County Senior League on Saturday.
The precious point earned at Thorley Drive keeps them just out of the Premier Division relegation zone.
Goals from Matthew Cockfield and Callum Wagstaff enabled Cheadle Town Reserves to beat Cannock United 2-0 in the group stage of the Division Two Cup.
Saturday side Rocester FC’s exciting new signing Elisio Fransico scored twice for Adderley Green in the Potteries and District Sunday League Cup.
Franciso is already turning heads after only recently launching himself inthe Midland League and helped his Sunday side to a 5-0 win over Silverdale Athletic.
Goals from Ben Dyer, Sean Marshall and Raheen Greene gave Fulford United their first win of the season in Division Two.
The victims of their 3-2 triumph were bottom-of-the-table Moorcroft Community Click.
Werrington Wasps moved off the foot of the Veterans League by beating the team just above them, Jolly Potters Hartshill, 2-1. Rich Frost scored both goals.
Forsbrook-based The Roebuck are out of Staffs FA TB Williamson Cup after going down 2-1 to Kave FC. Liam Morris scored their consolation goal.
The Roebuck’s village neighbours Butchers Arms proved too strong for Canal Tavern Kidsgrove in the Autonet Insurance Cup in the Coors League.
The former Potteries and District Sunday League outfit, now playing in Division One of the Coors League, beat their opponents from the Fourth Division 2-0 .
Goals from Nick Ward and Danny Glover put them though to the third round.
Uttoxeter Town are the new leaders of Division One of the Uttoxeter and District League after beating Cheadle Rovers 2-1.
Liam Sowter and James Curley hit the target or Town and Josh Ford replied for Rovers.
Churnet Valley (Chris Rowe, Tommy Booth, Macauley Rowe, Dan Harper and Mitch Finney) maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 5-1 win at home to Tean Albion (Ian Young).
A hat-trick from Adam Taylor gave Waterhouses a 3-2 victory over Cheadle side Bird in Hand, which keeps them at the top of Division Two. Rob Marshall replied with a brace.
Rocester-based JCB Lakeside eased into the second round of the Staffs FA TB Williamson Cup with an 8-0 destruction of Uttoxeter Dominoes.
Tom Smith helped himself to a hat-trick and Matt Redshaw a brace. Richard Greaves, Danny Boot and Henry Hymas completed the job.