UPTON AA won the battle of the newly-promoted Chester teams on Wednesday.
John Cadwallader's hosts saw off Blacon YC thanks to a 2-1 win.
Blacon YC - who Upton pipped to the Division Two title last season - took the lead on 22 minutes through former Christleton player Craig Warrington.
The hosts equalised shortly before the interval and, after taking the game to their opponents, scored a deserved winner on 72 minutes.
Blacon began life in the top flight on Saturday, opening up with a 3-1 home win over New Brighton thanks to efforts by Aaron Stokoe, Jamie Rogers and Kevin Jones. Goals from Stuart Denham and Simon Andrews saw Upton kick-off the season with a 2-0 success at Newton.
Christleton made it two wins from two on Wednesday with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Ellesmere Port to go with their 1-0 opening day success at West Kirby..
It was the first time that the two sides had met since Christleton's Cheshire FA Amateur Cup semi-final victory at the end of last season.
And having taken a point off reigning champions Poulton Victoria on Saturday, Port came to Little Heath with plenty of determination.
Despite being under strength, the Chester challengers stuck to their task, and would have taken a first-half lead had young Tom Rowlands' finishing been a little sharper.
The visitors also had their moments, but were undone with 20 minutes remaining after Chris Herbert fired home from the spot to confirm the Swans' second victory on the trot.
Christleton also received excellent news from the County FA, with their nomination as Cheshire FA representatives in the North West Counties Cup competition. They will face Lancashire FA in the first round, and the date will be confirmed in due course.
Club secretary Ken Price said: 'It's a tremendous honour for the club, and hopefully we can give a good account of ourselves on behalf of the county.'
Following a gritty 0-0 stalemate with Helsby in Division Two on Monday, Christleton reserves are also unbeaten and are in action again tonight, with the visit of Claughton Village side, Mallaby.
Christleton's second string drew 1-1 at Willaston last Friday while, on Saturday, Chester Nomads pulled off a 2-0 triumph at Poulton Vics reserves thanks to goals by John Ackerley and Paul Sutcliffe.
Nomads made it two from two on Monday, triumphing 4-2 at Willaston.
On Wednesday, Capenhurst Villa enjoyed a 3-1 home win over Runcorn Town.
In Division Three on Monday, Blacon YC reserves were held to a 2-2 draw by visitors St Werburgh's.
Both sides started with defeats on Saturday, with Saints losing 7-1 at home to Ellesmere Port reserves while Blacon lost 2-1 at Willaston reserves.
Having started with a 3-0 home success against Shaftesbury on Saturday, Upton AA reserves lost 3-1 at home to Runcorn Town reserves on Monday.