DEFENDING champions Kelsall made it three wins out of three in the Chester & District League Queensferry Sports Premier Division on Saturday.
Having scored a hat-trick in the 5-2 victory over Crossway, Adam Crimes was at it again as he scored twice and Richard Edwards once in Kelsall’s 3-2 home success over Levers Athletic.
Cross Foxes (Jamie McElwaine 2, Matty Decosta) and Kelma also maintained their 100% winning starts with 3-2 and 4-1 triumphs at home to Waggon & Horses (Sam Henry, Lee King-McGee) and Crossway (Paul Thomas) respectively.
After losing 4-1 at home to Saughall Thursday in midweek despite a Joey Waters goal, Blacon Youth Club Highfield picked up their first point of the season by drawing 0-0 at home to Ellesmere Port 3rds.
Saughall Thursday went down 4-2 at Tarvin 2000 Athletic (Gordon Piggin, Kevin Leach, Simon Jones, John Bridge) side who came into the game on the back of a 6-2 win at Groves. Leach (3), Dan Farrow (2) and John Wyatt did the damage in that match.
Peacock 09 (Dan Stevenson, Dave Roberts) top Olympic Trophies Division One after triumphing 2-1 at Shaftesbury Youth Club.
Stevenson (2) and Joe Williamson were on target for Peacock in their midweek 3-1 victory at Orange Athletic, who bounced back on Saturday with a 7-0 home win over Ashton.
Duddon United (Carl Smith, Rob Lawton, Jim Baldini) won 3-1 at home to Chester Nomads 3rds, who fell 4-1 to Uberlube (Anthony Case 2, Graham Dodd, Paul Tomlinson) in midweek.
Chester Celtic (Will Collins 2) were 2-1 winners at Hoole Rangers Reserves as Cestrian Alex (Richard Deponeo, Adi Gough) lost 3-2 at home to Halfwayhouse Celtic.
Lache (Adi Callaghan 2, Dale Gilmartin, Sam Buckley) are joint top of Football Boutique Division Two after their 4-1 success at Neston Nomads.
Lodge Bar (Scott Ford 2, Neil Evans, Neil Swannick) also won, 5-1 at home to Rangers Breaks, but Boughton Athletic (Neil Stocker) were beaten 8-1 at home by Barcode Athletic. Crossway Reserves fared even worse, crashing 10-2 at FC Village.
Peacock 09 Reserves lost 4-0 at Groves Reserves the previous night.
In-form Elton Rigger (James McGrane, Graham Search) triumphed 2-1 at Arrowe Park in Link Up Division Three on Saturday.
Lache 2nds (Marvin Groogle, Kieren McGovern), however, were thrashed 9-2 at Seven Styles.