FADDILEY and Willaston White Star are the early pacesetters in the Crewe Regional League Premier Division after both teams made it three wins out of three on Sunday.
Faddiley crushed Audlem Town 7-2 with O'Reilly and Dolman scoring two apiece and Brown, Chesters and Massey also on target. Bateman and Speed replied for Audlem.
Mike Hilditch scored twice for White Star as they gained a 2-1 win at Nantwich Young Farmers, whose goal came from Andy Witter.
Peter Muncey hit a hat-trick for Betley and further goals from Yates and Tong helped them to a 5-1 win over Frog and Ferret, whose consolation came from Ryan Jardine.
Bentley Motors ran out 4-0 winners at Sydney Arms thanks to strikes from Lavin, Corbett, Edwards and an own goal.
White Lion defeated Wrenbury 3-1 with Starr, Tamsin and Briggs netting for Lion and Griffiths for Wrenbury.
Ancient Briton (Dean Cornock, Martin Caldwell) were held to a 2-2 draw by Wickstead (Mayneflower, Slaney).
Sunday football The Elephant lead Division One after handing out a 5-0 thumping to Belle Vue. Nurton scored a treble with Hanson and Walsgrove also finding the net.
Newcomers Crewe Corinthians also went down 5-0 to The Peacock, who strutted their stuff after a hat-trick from Char-lesworth and a brace from Harrison.
Clay Lane edged out The Express 3-2, while a goal from Danny Price could not prevent the Railway Hotel going down 3-1 at home to Nantwich Town, whose scorers were Bates, Bowers and Crawford.
Beeston Hotel and Fox Elworth shared eight goals but Hop Pole and the Vine could not find the net between them.
The Cheshire and Border Counties League season kicked off with newlypromoted Alsager Old Corinthians sharing a goal feast in their opening game in Division One.
They drew 4-4 with Scholar Green with a Dykes hat-trick and a single strike from Goodwin making up the Old Corinthians' tally, while King, Smith and a brace from White gave Green a share of the spoils.
Doubles from Huff and Johnson helped Black Bear to a 4-2 win over Crew United, whose goals came from Pennell and Stevenson.
PSV Alsager overcame Celtic Rangers 3-2 thanks to goals from Hackney, Aspinall and Mottram. Ragdale and Jones grabbed Rangers' replies.
In Division Two, Blazer's Bennett outsmarted Broughton, grabbing all four of his side's goals in a 4-2 win. Heller and Finn netted Broughton's consolations.
Two goals from M Antony helped Bank overcome Unionese 4-1, while strikes from Shaw, Mobley and Birchall gave Dynamo K a 3-2 verdict over Coppenhall, whose replies were both scored by Grimes.
This Sunday sees the opening ties in the Crewe FA Cup.