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STOKE City got back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory over Sunderland at the BET365 Stadium on Saturday.

Mmaee scored on 7 minutes, the lead didn't last long as Clarke equalised on 10 minutes to level the scores. City scored early in the second half with McNally sending the home fans home happy with Neil getting the three points over his former club. Attendance 25,512.

PORT Vale gained a hard fought 0-0 draw at the Lamax Stadium against high flying Stevenage in a game in which defences were on top. Attendance 4,047.

CREWE Alexandra moved into third place in the league 2 table with a 4-2 victory at the Broadfield Stadium over Crawley Town.

The home side opened the scoring on 15 minutes Lolos before the railwaymen Tracey equalised on 20 minutes to level the scores up at 1-1. Crawley went back in front on 28 minutes as Darcy netted to make it 2-1 at the break.

Crewe equalised on 56 minutes as Conroy put through his own net to make it 2-2 and the Alex started to put the pressure on and got their reward as Baker-Richardson put the Alex in front on 75 minutes and they sealed all three points as Nevitt scored in the 4th minute of added time. Attendance 3,028.

In the Northern Premier League Premier Division Macclesfield suffered a 2-0 defeat at Craik Park against Morpeth Town.

Goals from Turner on 25 minutes and then John on 33 minutes to seal the victory and all three points for the home side.

HANLEY Town gained an important point the Vestacare Stadium as they drew 0-0 which keeps them in twelth place in the table in the North Premier League West Divsion. Attendance 452

NEWCASTLE Town lost out to Clitheroe 2-1 despite opening the scoring on 27 minutes with a goal from Gyamfi and Town held the lead until the 73rd minute with Gonzales netting to equalise for the home side and he scored a second ten minutes later on 83 minutes to give Clitheroe all three points. Attendance 708

KDSGROVE Athletic suffered a 3-1 defeat at home against Witton Albion.

Albion started brightly against injury hit Athletic Hughes netting early on for the visitors on 9 minutes for Albion and former Congleton and Port Vale player Tom Pope doubled the score line for the visitors on 22 minutes. Athletic pulled a goal back on 31 minutes as Thorpe netted for Grove, but Hughes scored for Albion on 71 minutes to seal all three points for Witton lbion. Attendance: 301

LEEK Town moved into sixth place in the table with an impressive 3-1 victory at Seel Park against Mossley.

Opoku opened the scoring for Town on the stroke of half time abd the lead was extended quickly in the second half as Sherratt scored an own goal on 47 minutes to give Leek a 2-0 lead. Miranda pulled a goal back for the home side on 80 minutes before Tricket-Smith got Town's third goal on 86 minutes. Attendance 405

NANTWICH Town gained a solid 1-1 draw against high flying Prescott Cables. Harrison scored for Town on 7 minutes to give them a 1-0 lead before Koehler equalised on 36 minutes for the visitors. Attendance 461


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