MALPAS produced a superb first-half display to set them on their way to a 2-1 win at Tarporley Vics on Wednesday.
Goals from Andy Parry and Simon Bradley gave them a 2-0 half-time lead before a second half fightback saw league newcomers Tarporley reduce the arrears on the hour mark.
The hosts piled forward in an attempt to salvage a draw late on but Malpas held firm to secure a well deserved victory.
On Saturday Malpas overcame a two-goal deficit to claim a 2-2 draw with Maine Road reserves.
Mark Jones' team looked like they would be kicking off the Division Two season with a defeat but they rallied in the second half.
Malpas got off to a disastrous start, falling a goal behind to a disputed seventh-minute penalty after Jack Oakden collided with Maine Road's striker.
The hosts found themselves 2-0 down at the interval but Oakden's brace levelled the scores within 25 minutes of the restart.
Malpas had a further effort cleared off the line from Simon Bradley and three other good opportunities were wasted.
Assistant manager Robbie McWilliams said: 'At the end of the game, the feeling was that it was two points dropped.'
Malpas face a trip to Stalybridge reserves tomorrow.
Tarporley Vics suffered a disappointing baptism in a 3-2 defeat at Monk but will be hoping to put the two defeats behind them when they entertain Maine Road reserves tomorrow.